EduState2021: Reimagining Education and Training

Brought to you by Sally Kift, Campus Morning Mail and Twig Marketing

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EduState2021: Reimagining Education and Training

  • What have we really learned from 2020’s lurch to online teaching?
  • Is industry-integrated learning just a nice phrase – and if not who is doing it well?
  • Beyond QILT scores, what do students really think about their learning and teaching experience?

EduState 2021 provides insights into learning and teaching that you won’t find anywhere else this year, in a convenient series of online webinars brought to you by Sally Kift, Campus Morning Mail, and Twig Marketing.

Each day during conference week we will bring information-intensive webinars facilitated by expert communicators, drawing insights from a panel of experts from across the higher education sector.

Schedule

Schedule

11:30 am – 12:45 pm AEST
Ending Pedastodgy
– What students really want.

Speakers
Professor Adam Shoemaker
Vice-Chancellor, La Trobe University

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Advanced Australia – where? – New frontiers and challenges for learning and teaching across the island continent.

Speakers
Professor John Dewar
Vice-Chancellor, Victoria University

Professor Kerri-Lee Krause
DVC (Student Life), The University of Melbourne

Craig Robertson
CEO, Tafe Directors Australia

 

11:30 am – 12:30 pm AEST
Learning Rights
– Why equity is not an optional extra.

Speakers
Dr. Andrew Harvey

Director, Centre for Higher Education Equity and Diversity Research

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Job-ready for what? – The future of Industry-integrated education

Speakers
Professor Franziska Trede
Associate Professor, University of Technology Sydney

 

11:30 am – 12:30 pm AEST
Who is holding the measuring tape? – Setting and enforcing standards for valuable and valued learning outcomes.

Speakers
Professor Nick Klomp
Vice-Chancellor, CQUniversity

Professor Sally Kift
President, Australian Learning and Teaching Fellows

Professor Beverley Oliver
Emeritus Professor and Principal Consultant, EduBrief

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Online learning – what we have learned?

Speakers
Professor Michael Sankey
Director, Learning Transformation at Griffith University

Dr Chie Adachi
Director of Digital Learning, Deakin University

Professor Phill Dawson
Professor & Associate Director, Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE) at Deakin University

Dr Cathy Stone
Conjoint Associate Professor, The University of Newcastle

2:30 pm – 3:30 pm AEST

Online learning for the future

Speakers
Professor Claire Macken
Deputy PVC Learning and Teaching, RMIT University

Professor George Siemens
Centre Director, Centre for Change and Complexity in Learning at University of South Australia

11:30 am – 12:30 pm AEST
Student mental health & wellbeing: No longer under the radar

Speakers
Professor Ian Hickie
Co-Director, Health and Policy at Brain and Mind Centre, University of Sydney

Dr Ben Veness
Adjunct Professor Fellow, CQUniversity

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm AEST
Employability: What, when, where, how and for whom?

Speakers
Michael Healy
Career Development Practitioner, University of Southern Queensland

Professor Jess Vanderlelie
Deputy Vice-Chancellor, La Trobe University

 

11:30 am – 12:30 pm AEST
Needed now in teaching and learning: catching up, getting ahead

Speakers
Professor Peter Coaldrake
Emeritus Professor, Queensland University of Technology

Professor Sally Kift
President, Australian Learning and Teaching Fellows

Speakers

Professor Adam Shoemaker
Vice-Chancello, Victoria University
Professor John Dewar
Vice-Chancellor, La Trobe University
Professor Kerri-Lee Krause
DVC (Student Life), The University of Melbourne
Craig Robertson
CEO, Tafe Directors Australia
Dr. Andrew Harvey
Director, Centre for Higher Education Equity and Diversity Research
Professor Franziska Trede
Associate Professor, University of Technology Sydney
Professor Nick Klomp
Vice-Chancellor, CQUniversity
Professor Sally Kift
President, Australian Learning and Teaching Fellows
Professor Beverley Oliver
Emeritus Professor and Principal Consultant, EduBrief
Professor Michael Sankey
Director, Learning Transformation at Griffith University
Dr Chie Adachi
Director of Digital Learning, Deakin University
Professor Phill Dawson
Professor & Associate Director, Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE) at Deakin University
Dr Cathy Stone
Conjoint Associate Professor, The University of Newcastle
Professor Claire Macken
Deputy PVC Learning and Teaching, RMIT University
Professor George Siemens
Centre Director, Centre for Change and Complexity in Learning at University of South Australia
Co-Director, Health and Policy at Brain and Mind Centre, University of Sydney
Director of Digital Learning, Deakin University
Dr Ben Veness
Adjunct Professor Fellow, CQUniversity
Michael Healy
Career Development Practitioner, University of Southern Queensland
Professor Jess Vanderlelie
Deputy Vice-Chancellor, La Trobe University
Professor Peter Coaldrake
Emeritus Professor, Queensland University of Technology

Register Now

Registrations are now open for EduState 2021

Session Ticket

$ 30
  • Affordable insights
  • Access to a single session of your choice
  • Background briefing on session context downloadable in advance
  • Ability to ask questions before and during session

Conference Ticket

$ 200
  • Premium pass
  • Access to all 10 conference sessions
  • Access to all background briefing documents
  • Opportunities to ask questions and engage across all sessions, before and during sessions

Group Ticket

$ 800
  • Book five team members for the price of four
  • Full access to all 10 sessions for all five team members
  • Full access to briefing papers
  • Ability to ask questions before and during each session