DAY 1 | Thursday 6th November DAY 2 | Friday 7th November
SESSION 1
1:00pm – 3:00pm
SESSION 2
3:30pm – 5:30pm
SESSION 3
10:00am – 12:00pm
SESSION 4
1:00pm – 3:00pm
WORKSHOP 1
Connected Learning
Dan Haesler
WORKSHOP 2
Reading for Meaning
Sheena Cameron
WORKSHOP 11
Introduction to Design Thinking as a process
for school innovation and inquiry
Tom Barrett
WORKSHOP 16
Crucial Workplace Conversations
Brendan Spillane
WORKSHOP 2
Reading for Meaning
Sheena Cameron
WORKSHOP 7
The Writing Workshop
Sheena Cameron
WORKSHOP 12
From Sharing to Caring
Sheena Cameron
WORKSHOP 17
The Future of School
Dan Haesler
WORKSHOP 3
Developing Mathematical Thinkers
Marian Small
WORKSHOP 8
Creating Richer Mathematics Conversationsusing Open-Ended Questions

Marian Small
WORKSHOP 13
Designing Personalised Learning -Empowering Learners to Help Themselves
Chris Harte
WORKSHOP 18
Tom Barrett
WORKSHOP 4
Making a difference with ‘Stop and Think’ skills
Val Westall
WORKSHOP 9
Authentic Student Voice
Val Westall
WORKSHOP 14
Building Critical and Creative Thinkers
in Mathematics
Marian Small
WORKSHOP 19
Reading for Meaning
Sheena Cameron
WORKSHOP 5
Developing a Community of Learners -Collaboration, Creativity and Critique
Chris Harte
WORKSHOP 10
Making Learning Visible – Developing HigherOrder Thinking Through Externalisation
Chris Harte
WORKSHOP 15
Personalised Learning using Gamification
Lou Deibe
WORKSHOP 20
Personalised Learning using Gamification
Lou Deibe

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DAY 1 | Thursday 6th November | Description
SESSION 1
1:00pm – 3:00pm
SESSION 2
3:30pm – 5:30pm
SESSION 2

3:30pm – 5:30pm

SESSION 2

3:30pm – 5:30pm

WORKSHOP 1

Connected Learning

Dan Haesler

WORKSHOP 2

Reading for Meaning

Sheena Cameron

WORKSHOP 11

Introduction to Design Thinking as a process
for school innovation and inquiry

Tom Barrett

WORKSHOP 16

Crucial Workplace Conversations

Brendan Spillane

WORKSHOP 2

Reading for Meaning

Sheena Cameron

WORKSHOP 7

The Writing Workshop

Sheena Cameron

WORKSHOP 12

From Sharing to Caring

Sheena Cameron

WORKSHOP 17

The Future of School

Dan Haesler

WORKSHOP 3

Developing Mathematical Thinkers

Marian Small

WORKSHOP 8

Creating Richer Mathematics Conversations

using Open-Ended Questions

Marian Small

WORKSHOP 13

Designing Personalised Learning –

Empowering Learners to Help Themselves

Chris Harte

WORKSHOP 18

Tom Barrett

WORKSHOP 4

Making a difference with ‘Stop and Think’ skills

Val Westall

WORKSHOP 9

Authentic Student Voice

Val Westall

WORKSHOP 14

Building Critical and Creative Thinkers
in Mathematics

Marian Small

WORKSHOP 19

Reading for Meaning

Sheena Cameron

WORKSHOP 5

Developing a Community of Learners –

Collaboration, Creativity and Critique

Chris Harte

WORKSHOP 10

Making Learning Visible – Developing Higher

Order Thinking Through Externalisation

Chris Harte

WORKSHOP 15

Personalised Learning using Gamification

Lou Deibe

WORKSHOP 20

Personalised Learning using Gamification

Lou Deibe

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Dan Haesler
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Dan Haesler is an international keynote speaker, teacher, writer & consultant.

Described as engaging, thought provoking and someone who pushes the boundaries; Dan has appeared alongside some of the world’s most well-known educational thinkers including Sir Ken Robinson and TED Talk Prize Winner, Sugata Mitra.

In 2015 he will be appearing on the same program as His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Dan works with a diverse range of people and organisations as well as featuring in and writing for the mainstream media. In his role as a consultant, Dan has worked with state government departments, not-for-profit organisations, regional education offices, professional associations and individual schools.