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With a mix of industry leaders, innovative educators, and community changemakers our 2022 attendees are in for an action-packed program lined up to leave them feeling inspired and empowered as they head back to the classroom. Here's what we have planned for Day 1:

Wednesday 13th July 2022

Block One: The World Of Work For Gen Z

Festival Opening

9:00 - 9:30am  

Scott Millar, Chief Troublemaker At BOP Industries

Meagan King, Director Of Innovation At Methodist Ladies College Claremont 

Join us as we officially open the second annual Innovation In Education Festival for Perth. In our opening session we will be starting with a welcome to country followed by an official welcome from our host school principal, and an officially opening from festival MCs and founders Scott Millar and Meagan King.

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The Future Of Education

9:30 - 10:15am  

Grant Dusting, Social Researcher And Director Of Strategy At McCrindle

Now more than ever, education is experiencing seismic shifts. With Generation Alpha (those born since 2010) heading off to high school for the first time ever in 2022 and COVID changing the way we learn and work, it's essential to prepare for the future.

 

Parents are engaging with independent schooling more like customers, while social media and digital integration is transforming learning spaces, places, and styles. Today’s students will be entering a workplace unlike anything we’ve yet seen.

 

In this presentation, Grant will provide insights into the future of education and explore how school leaders can prepare today's Generation Alpha students to be lifelong learners and active community members, equipping them to thrive in the changing world of work and life beyond school.

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Teaching Innovatively Or Teaching For Innovation: What Is The Difference

10:15 - 11:00am  

Mathilda Joubert, Director Of Excellence & Innovation At The Sheridan Institute Of Higher Education, And Western Australia President Of The Australian Council for Educational Leaders

Morning Tea Break

11:00 - 11:30am  

From there we will be shifting our focus to the classroom as we explore the difference between teaching innovatively and teaching for innovation. In this keynote speech, Mathilda will be talking about how we as educators can weave innovation into the DNA of all we do in our school communities as we work to prepare our young people for an everchanging future. 

We'll be taking a break for morning tea as we recharge and get hands-on with some of our activations.

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Block Two: Education Leaders

Edleaders Strategic Playbook

11:30 - 12:15pm  

Mat Irving, Co-Founder Of EdLeaders

How to build the runway towards transformation. From cultures of learning to innovation in action, hear how to successfully build a strategic runway that catapults you forward so the transformation you wish to see is realised.

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EdLeaders LIVE

12:15pm - 1:00pm  

Luke Callier, Co-Founder Of EdLeaders

Mat Irving, Co-Founder Of EdLeaders

Rocky Collins, Principal of SEDA College

Graeme Dix, SEDA College Board

Join the EdLeaders team as they interview Rocky Collins and Graeme Dix to discuss how the new partnership between SEDA College and BCG construction came to be, what each party hopes to achieve and how you can consider authentic industry partnerships in your schools context. 

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Our Digital World Fireside Chat

1:00pm - 1:30pm  

Lan Tran, Chief Sales Officer For Gaming Studio At Ninja Syndicate 

Mat McGinniss, Creative Director At Ninja Syndicate

Before heading to lunch we will be hearing from industry leaders on how schools can prepare students for the future of technology as we unpack technologies such as cryptocurrency, blockchain & meta, and how these technologies will change the ways we live, work, and play over the next 20 years. 

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Lunch Break

1:30 - 2:10pm  

We'll be taking a break for lunch as we recharge and get hands-on with some of our activations.

Block Three: By Teachers, For Teachers

By Teachers, For Teachers Masterclasses - Round 1

2:10 - 2:55pm  

Patrick Guggisberg, Head Of Student Leadership At Methodist Ladies' College 

Chad Brown, Executive Director, Digital Services At High Resolves


Elizabeth Knight, Founder & Director At Purposeful

We will be breaking into our first round of 'By Teachers, For Teachers' masterclasses which will see attendees able to select to attend one of the following masterclasses: 

Student Leadership At MLC - Patrick Guggisberg, Head Of Student Leadership At Methodist Ladies' College 

Not Just Better Students, But Better Humans: Innovation For Impact- Chad Brown, Executive Director, Digital Services At High Resolves


Keeping Up With Innovation 101 - Elizabeth Knight, Founder & Director At Purposeful

 

Future Schools Roundtable - By Invitation Only

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By Teachers, For Teachers Masterclasses - Round 2

3:00 - 3:45pm  

Simon Fittock, Teaching & Learning Consultant At The Association Of Independent Schools Of Western Australia

Phil Collins, Director Of Student Wellbeing At Wesley College

Baden U'Ren, Entrepreneur In Residence At Somerset College

Luke Callier, Co-Founder Of EdLEaders

We will be breaking into our second round of 'By Teachers, For Teachers' masterclasses which will see attendees able to select to attend one of the following masterclasses:

A Foray Into Google Experiments AI, AR, VR, ML And More! - Simon Fittock, Teaching & Learning Consultant At Association Of Independent Schools Of Western Australia.

The Wesley Student Wellbeing Approach 2022 (PK-12) - Phil Collins, Director Of Student Wellbeing At Wesley College

The Entrepreneurial Superpower: A Summary Of The Research Exploring Entrepreneurial Capability- Baden U'Ren, Entrepreneur In Residence At Somerset College

 

The Future Is Now: Developing Micro-Credentials As Part Of A Learning Ecosystem - Luke Callier, EdLeaders 
 

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End Of Day One: Cocktail Evening

Sundowner Networking Evening

3:50pm - 5:30pm  

After an action-packed first day at the festival, we'll all be coming together to network, get hands-on with some tech activations, and to enjoy a cool drink at our Sundowner Networking Event! 

The Future Of Work Fireside Chat

4:20pm - 4:40pm  

Hugh Williams, Co-Founder and Chairman of CS In Schools

Scott Millar, Chief Troublemaker At BOP Industries

What will the future of work look like for our young people in the next 10, 15 and 20 years?

 

In our Future Of Work Fireside Chat, we will be sitting down with a former Google vice-president to explore the future of work, careers in technology and the role technology will play in our workforce of the future.

This discussion will be taking place on the deck at the Sundowner Networking Evening for attendees online and in person to enjoy. 

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