📍 Location: ACMI, Federation Square, Flinders St, Melbourne VIC 3000
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Currently Master Teacher in Residence - Technologies with the Victorian Academy of Teaching and Leadership, Anam facilitates the development and implementation of innovative and skills-focused STEM education programs in collaboration with schools, teachers, industry leaders, educational institutions and community organisations.
Vincent Siu has explored ways to utilise games to elevate students’ potential and teach valuable life skills. His company, Press Start Academy, focuses on building K-12 learning experiences founded on 21st-century skills, and trains teachers on how to do the same for their students.
Isabelle is Senior Research Associate for the Office of the Women in STEM Ambassador, an Australian Government initiative to address gender inequities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) hosted at UNSW. Isabelle leads research projects to investigate how to dismantle barriers and support girls' and women’s participation in STEM education and careers. Isabelle is a former high school teacher and museum educator. She worked at various museums in Canada and Australia, producing award-winning education programs.
Dr. Emma Witkowski is a sociologist and senior lecturer in the game design program at RMIT University, Australia. As a qualitative scholar, her research focuses on esports and networked game cultures, particularly high-performance practices, esports modernisation, and young people’s relationships with their organised digital leisure activities.
Kimberley has over 18 years of teaching and leadership experience across Departments of Education, Primary, Secondary, Higher Ed, as well as working with students with additional needs. Since leaving the classroom, she worked as an eLearning, then Learning and Teaching Advisor with Catholic Education Melbourne and was privileged to have had the opportunity to work with thousands of educators, leaders and ITDMs around the world in her role as the Director for an Education consulting company. She is currently enjoying the opportunity to collaborate with education systems across the country in her role with the Google for Education team.
As Director of Learning Technologies and ICT at St Michael’s Grammar School, Matt leads teams and projects embedding the growth mindset, complex skillset and agile toolset essential to embrace technologies within and beyond the School. This impact has extended to develop agency in others via diverse interactions such as conferences, incubator forums, online social learning and business networks.
Jayson is an arts-based researcher in early childhood studies, land-based education, and critical public pedagogy. His work explores the ways places, with all their complexities, are pedagogical. Jayson’s work artfully explores polyphonic ways of knowing, being and doing that lives alongside First Nations worldviews as a settler-born artist, researcher, and teacher. His publications explore young children’s art and aesthetics, critical public pedagogy, community-based learning, and decolonising early childhood education. Jayson is a lecturer in early childhood studies at Melbourne Graduate School of Education where he co-coordinates the Graduate Diploma in Early Childhood Teaching.
We would like to thank all of our sponsors that make this event possible, including major sponsor Grok Academy.