Tue, Jun 02 · 9:00

EduTECH is an annual event that has been running for over 8 years and attracts over 10,000 people annually with 3 full days of professional development, including pre-event masterclasses, parallel conference streams, roundtables and breakout sessions.

EduTECH brings together ALL of education, including pre-school, school, tertiary and higher Ed, workplace learning and continued adult education for the BIGGEST expo and congress in Asia Pacific.

The event has become so popular that we have grown to include the Learn@Work event for training and development managers, and the EduBUILD stream for educational buildings and infrastructure.

Delegates attend EduTECH’s International Congress to learn and be inspired by world-leading education experts; past speakers included Sir Ken Robinson, Pasi Sahlberg and Prime Minister Julia Gillard.

Supported and sponsored by all the major players including the Department of Education, and major technology companies including Microsoft, Google for Education and Apple, plus new smaller EdTech start-up business in our innovation precinct, EduTECH offers free visitors over 100 hours of FREE professional development on the expo floor.

Now also in Africa, Asia and the Philippines, EduTECH is a globally recognized Expo and Conference in education, providing world-class professional development specifically for Schools, Government and Education System leaders, Tertiary / Higher Education, Workplace Learning, Librarians, ICT Managers and Building and Construction.

This is Australia’s premier education conference and exhibition designed to upskill, inspire and motivate educators as they grapple with disruption within education.

Attendance at EduTECH counts towards registered teacher PD in all states.

Teachers can log up to 5 hours and 30 minutes per day. This gives you 16 hours and 30 minutes for attending the conference plus pre-conference masterclass OR 11 hours for attending the full two day conference only.

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Speakers: Prof Genevieve Bell, Anthropologist, Senior Fellow At Intel, Director Of The 3A Institute (3Ai), The Australian National University, Australia Prof Genevieve Bell | Anthropologist, Senior Fellow At Intel, Director Of The 3A Institute (3Ai) | The Australian National University » speaking at EduTECH Australia, Sam Bloom, Special Guest Speaker, James Curran, Academic Director, Australian Computing Academy, Australia, Craig Deed, Associate Professor, Education, La Trobe University, Australia, Dan Haesler, Educator And Writer, Cut Through Coaching and Consulting, Australia, Ian Jukes, Director, InfoSavvy21, Canada, Peter Mackey, Director Trade, International Education And Small Business, Department of Industry, Australia, Nicky Mohan, Director, InfoSavvy21, Canada, Josh Richards, Special Guest Speaker, Richard Gerver, World renowned speaker and author, Coach to the worlds elite, United Kingdom, Maggie MacDonnell, Global Teacher Prize Winner 2017, The million dollar teacher, Canada, Michelle Michael, Director of Learning Systems, NSW Department of Education, Australia, Adrian Piccoli, Director, Gonski Institute for Education, Australia, Pasi Sahlberg, Deputy Director - Research, Gonski Institute For Education, University of New South Wales, Australia, Ken Shelton, Chief Executive Officer, Elevate Education, United States, Anita Collins, Director, Muse Consulting, Australia, Marc Prensky, Founder and Executive Director, The Global Future Education Foundation and Institute, United States, Sharon Mullins, Director, Youth Engagement, Queensland Department of Education, Australia, Paul Consentino, Australia's no1 Illusionist, Australia, Charles Fadel, Chair and Founder, Center for Curriculum Redesign, United States, Tamsyn Rosenberg, Founder and CEO, Alive Project, Australia, Richard Leonard, Director, Learning Environments Australasia, Australia, Stacey Quince, Principal, Campbelltown Performing Arts High School, Australia