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Zoom into Guild Education Series - Technology-enabled learning in schools – where are we now?

“Zoom into Guild Education Series” is a free monthly moderated virtual discussion hosted by the Teachers’ Guild of NSW on a range of education topics to help teachers and educators who are leading, preparing students and communities for the next generation.

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Zoom into Guild Education Series - Technology-enabled learning in schools – where are we now?

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11 May, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

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About the event

Date: Wednesday 11 May 2022 Time: 5:00pm-6:00pm Cost: Free for all  Moderator:  Dr Lauren Knussen, School of International Studies and Education, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences (FASS), University of Technology Sydney  Panellists:

  • Prof Matt Bower, Professor of Learning Technologies, Macquarie University
  • Dr Annie Agnew, Academic Lead, Teacher Professional Experience, University of Notre Dame
  • Dr Jonathan Mascorella, Director of Learning Innovation, Loreto Kirribilli
  • Dr Kimberley Pressick-Kilborn, Deputy Head of Junior School, Wyvern House Prep, Newington College

Technology-enabled learning in schools – where are we now?   Future work reports, such as RMIT & Deloitte Economics (2021), identify the critical need for students to enter the workforce with strong digital skills. Join us as our panel discuss technology-enabled learning in schools and ways in which schools can support students to develop their digital literacy. We will explore the possibilities and the challenges for schools and teachers associated with implementing technology-enabled learning, and discuss how we might reframe our understanding to support teachers in integrating technology into their practice.  Reference:  RMIT & Deloitte Economics, 2021, Ready, set, upskill: Effective training for the jobs of tomorrow, https://online.rmit.edu.au/form/success/whitepaper?id=2316

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