Informa Australia, Australia's premiere provider of national forums for policy and professional discussion, is proud to announce a new flagship education event: The Future of Learning. This two-day national forum will focus on new approaches, technologies, environments and best practices in post-secondary education.
The agenda will address issues such as:
The changing market for post-secondary education: opportunities and threats
Learning priorities for the 21st century
Redefining and assessing learning outcomes
Reviewing new paradigms and learning approaches: the flipped classroom, personalisation/adaptive learning, gamification/virtual worlds, seamless learning, badges, first-year experience
Strategic T&L leadership: overcoming the cultural, financial and structural barriers to change
In addition, the event will feature dedicated streams on Work-Integrated Learning, Learning Space Design, E-Learning Strategy and Blended Learning Practice.
This new event aims to provide managers and leaders at all levels of post-secondary education with a broad strategic understanding of developments in the area of learning. In contrast to other events, our focus will be strategic rather than operational, with a particular emphasis on leadership, strategic decision-making, and practical issues and solutions.
Two Day Conference: $1534.50
Artists / Speakers: Professor Andrew Vann, Vice Chancellor, Charles Sturt University: Professor Ken Udas, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic Services) & Chief Information Officer, University of Southern Queensland: Professor Sandra Wills, Pro Vice Chancellor (Student Learning), Charles Sturt University: Dr Shelley Kinash, Director Learning and Teaching, Bond University Martin Riordan, CEO, TAFE Directors Australia: Professor Joy Higgs AM, Director, The Education for Practice Institute, Charles Sturt University: Dr Sean Gallagher, COO, US Studies Centre, University of Sydney: Professor Janice Orrell, Professor of Education, Flinders University: Dr Gordon Howell, manager, Learning Environments Support, Queensland University of Technology: Dr Trish Andrews, Technology Enhanced Learning Group, University of Queensland Lindie Clark, Academic and Programs Director, Professional and Community Engagement (PACE), Macquarie University Andrew Norton, Higher Education Program Director, Grattan Institute: Michael Coghlan, E-Learning Coordinator, TAFE SA Clint Smith, Learnworks: Professor Jim Barber, University of New England: Professor Denise Kirkpatrick, Pro Vice Chancellor Student Experience, University of Adelaide: Professor Steven Wheeler, learning futures guru and Associate Professor of Learning Technology, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom: Professor Mark Brown, National Centre for Teaching and Learning, Massey University, New Zealand: Dr Richard Walker and Julie Voce, UCISA Technology Enhanced Learning survey, United Kingdom: Susan Sherringham, Learning Space Consultant, Design Tactics, and Learning and Teaching Spaces Improvement, University of Technology Sydney: Dr Shelda Debowski, Senior Consultant, Higher Education Development
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