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How do you start building a Culture of Innovation at your school?

Take some time to watch back our Innovative Educators Afternoon that was live streamed on March 28, and get a taste of what our Innovation In Education Festivals have to offer. 


As we explore building a Culture of Innovation, this conversation sees our panel discussing how they have aligned their innovation projects with their school’s strategic vision, their thoughts on proactive rather than reactive innovation and their tips on how you can start relationship building and making connections to enhance learning experiences and future work opportunities for your students.

This free recording sees a panel of educators and industry professionals discuss starting those conversations within your community, and best practices for integrating innovative educational elements into your school.

The Panel

Meagan King

Meagan King

is the Director of Innovation at Methodist Ladies’ College and the co-founder of the Innovation in Education festival. Meagan has 25 years experience in teaching, coaching, leading and learning. She is passionate about fostering opportunities for students and teachers to develop the mindset and skills that will enable them to thrive in an ever-changing world.

Louise Gibson

Louise Gibson

is the Founder and Director of consulting and coaching practice, With Verve.  She is an experienced organisational development expert, leader and certified coach who has spent over 18 years working with leaders across industries and sectors to transform engagement, culture, performance and impact.  Louise connects people to purpose, constructively challenges mindsets and equips them with the capabilities needed to innovate and thrive in our changing world. 


Tamara Sullivan

is the Deputy Principal at Brisbane South State Secondary College. She is well known in the education community for her commitment in driving and influencing the current education debates. Tamara is committed to improving teachers and schools’ understanding of new and emerging technologies and approaches to prepare students for living and working in the digital age.


Al Martin

is a former teacher, now a Business Development Manager for CompNow. Al works together with schools in supporting their short, medium and long-term strategic technology goals to ensure a school’s investment in technology is in line with driving the teaching and learning strategy.

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Join Us At The Festival

If you can't make it to our events Brisbane and Perth, you can still take part in the Innovation In Education Festival through an online ticket.

For our Online attendees, we will be providing interactive live video access to every panel discussion and keynote presentation. Online attendees will also have access either to our in-person industry led workshops and masterclasses, or exclusively ran online sessions.

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