28th August, 2020 @ 9:00 am
28/08/2020 - 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
A conference for Principals, Deputy Principals, ELC Directors, Educational leaders, Curriculum Leaders, Lead Teachers from ELC to Year 12
- What do we need to think about to educate beyond our present?
- What might the STEM possibilities be?
- How early is too early?
- What impact does Artificial Intelligence have on education? What opportunities exist within the Australian Curriculum? What is machine learning?
- Why an Australian Space Agency in South Australia?
The AISSA Educational Leaders STEM Conference 2020 aims to bring together educators from the Early Years to Year 12, researchers and industry to consider new thinking and possibilities and explore how STEM Education can provide students with many opportunities and pathways for a strong and vibrant future.
The conference program includes an opportunity to hear from three highly regarded Keynote Speakers, professional conversations, workshops and a panel discussion, enabling delegates to explore and develop new ideas and thinking about the future of STEM Education.
Professor Louise McWhinnie
Dean of the Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation, University of Technology, Sydney
Learning – Future Horizons
Dr Jane Hunter
Senior Lecturer, School of International Studies and Education, University of Technology, Sydney
High Possibility STEM Classrooms
Associate Professor Erica Southgate
School of Education, University of Newcastle
Artificial Intelligence and Education