With a mix of industry leaders, innovative educators, and community changemakers our Perth festival will see an action-packed program take place to leave our attendees feeling inspired and empowered as they head back to the classroom. Here's what we've got planned for day two:
Wednesday 13th July 2022
Block Four: The Power Of Young People
9:00 - 9:15am
Scott Millar, Chief Troublemaker At BOP Industries
Meagan King, Director Of Innovation At Methodist Ladies College Claremont
As we come back for day two, we will be hearing from festival MCs Scott Millar and Meagan King to recap on the day one highlights, and provide an overview of what to expect for day two.
Leading A Future Of Change
9:15 - 10:00am
Jen Buchanan, Convenor At Future Schools
To kick off day two we will be starting with a discussion on how we best prepare our students of today to work in global communities of tomorrow.
In an increasingly interconnected world, students will need to make decisions that are inclusive of diverse perspectives and act on issues that transcend traditional boundaries. How as educators do we build the skills and competence of our people to work in communities across different cultures and to solve complex problems that may not have simple solutions?
Universities And Microcredentials
10:00 - 10:40am
Amanda Fritz, Associate Director Of Academic Innovation And Business Development At The University Of Western Australia
After hearing about what we can do in the classroom to prepare our young people for the ever-changing future of work, we'll then be turning our attention to the tertiary space.
In this keynote, we'll exploring what exactly micro-credentials are and how tertiary education providers are working with these future-focussed tools to prepare their students for an ever-changing future of work.
Entrepreneurial Pathways Panel Discussion
10:40 - 11:20am
Kate Kirwin, Founder Of She Codes
Lexy McDonald, Founder Of HerHelp
Baden U'Ren, Entrepreneur In Residence
Elizabeth Knight, Founder & Director Of Purposeful
We'll then be hearing from a panel of entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs as they talk about their journey, the skills they've employed along the way and their advice for educators wanting to support young entrepreneurs in their community.
Morning Tea Break
11:20 - 11:50am
We'll be taking a break for morning tea as we recharge and get hands-on with some of our activations.
Block Five: By Teachers, For Teachers
By Teachers, For Teachers Masterclasses - Round 1
11:50 - 12:35pm
Michael Valentine, Remote Learning Projects At Scotch College
Mat Irving, Deputy Head (Academics & Strategy) At Wesley College
Anna Lee, Entrepreneurship Educator At Carmel School
Elizabeth Knight, Founder & Director Or 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:
Real Online Teaching And Learning: The Future Of School Must Be Inspired Classroom By Classroom, Teacher By Teacher. - Michael Valentine, Remote Learning Projects At Scotch College
The Tools For Developing Strategy In Your School. - Mat Irving, Deputy Head (Academics & Strategy) At Wesley College
Innovation On A Budget: How To Run A Middle School Program With Less - Anna Lee, Entrepreneurship Educator At Carmel School
The Innovators Toolkit - Elizabeth Knight, Founder & Director At Purposeful
By Teachers, For Teachers Masterclasses - Round 2
12:40pm - 1:30pm
Karen Dennett, Director And Facilitator At Engaging Education
Maddie Panther, Program Manager At BOP Industries
Shannon Armitage, Dean Of Academic Achievement & Innovation At Penrhos College
Luke Callier & Lara Clarke, St Hilda's Anglican School
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:
Leveraging Your Zones Of Genius To Extend And Innovate - Karen Dennett, Director And Facilitator At Engaging Education
Design Thinking For Teacher-Driven Innovation- Shannon Armitage, Dean Of Academic Achievement & Innovation At Penrhos College
Building Brand You: Personal Branding For Teachers - Maddie Panther, Program Manager At BOP Industries
Building An Entrepreneurship Ecosystem - Luke Callier & Lara Clark. St Hilda's Anglican School
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 Six: Teaching And Leading Innovatively
Wellbeing And Innovation
2:15 - 2:55pm
Marny Lishman,Health & Community Psychologist / Speaker / Media Commentator
Louise Gibson, Founder & Director Of With Verve
Jenna Denton, Regional Manager Of Young Change Agents
Greg Hire, Founder Of A Stitch Of Time
How do we ensure that we are growing connected, happy and well-rounded young leaders in our digital world?
Our 'Wellbeing And Innovation' panel discussion will see education experts sitting down to discuss how they are supporting their young people with the challenges they are facing in our ever-changing world.
Shaping Our Next Generation
2:55 - 3:40pm
Elizabeth Ooi- Khor, Methodist Ladies' College Claremont
Piper Raby, Bob Hawke College
Taj Racey, Hale School
As we draw towards the close of the festival, we'll be hearing from some students on a mission to make a difference in their local community as they tell us about their passions, their goals, and how they would like to be supported by innovative educators and community leaders.
3:40 - 4:00pm
Meagan King, Director Of Innovation At Methodist Ladies' College Claremont
Scott Millar, Chief Troublemaker At BOP Industries
As our festival draws to a close on day two, we will be coming back together to recap the highlights from the program and farewell our attendees.