Global Summit promotes strategic development of technology connected futures

The Global Summit, hosted by education.au, provides educational leaders, thinkers and teachers with the opportunity to discuss and debate the following key issues:

  • elearning and the younger generation
  • emerging trends in a connected world
  • why we are still doing the same old things in education  
  • measuring effective teaching in the knowledge era
  • skills required to function in the knowledge era.

A panel of speakers will act as provocateurs to stimulate discussion at the Global Summit. The speakers include:

Information about how to register for the Global Summit

Lazy Susan


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Originally uploaded by eduauweb2.

Invitation to the group who created this image.
Love the picture – what were you thinking?

We would like to share your thoughts, conversations that went around the creation of this image. I was wondering about the relationship of the images around the Lazy Susan to the images on the Lazy Susan?

deebo – Deanne Bullen – education.au

Posters from the workshop

The following links provide access to the posters created in the education.au seminar – What’s changed? Technology, expectations, connections and collaboration….

View the posters on flickr HERE
Posters from the seminar workshop – Have your say.

The following links to the posters are full sized images.

Poster 1 Poster 2 Poster 3

Poster 4 Poster 5 Poster 6

Poster 7 Poster 8 Poster 9

Poster 10 Poster 11 Poster 12

Please check the conference web page at www.educationau.edu.au/whatschanged for more information about this event.

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Deebo – Deanne Bullen – education.au

Podcast4 – Annika Small – how can technology transform

This podcast features audio from the Annika Small’s talk entitled ” How can technology transform the way people learn?”. This talk was partof education.au limited’s “So what’schanged?” event, held at theWentworth Sofitel Hotel, Sydney Australiaon August 4th, 2006.

Please check the conference web page at www.educationau.edu.au/whatschanged for more information about this event.

Subscribe to feed.educationau.edu.au for blog posts and podcasts from and about the event.

Mike Seyfang – for education.au

 

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Podcast3 – James Farmer – engaging and empowering

 

This podcast features audio from the James Farmer’s talk entitled ” Engaging and empowering teachers and learners. What does this mean for pedagogies?”.  This talk was partof education.au limited’s “So what’s changed?” event, held at theWentworth Sofitel Hotel, Sydney Australia on August 4th, 2006.

Please check the conference web page at www.educationau.edu.au/whatschanged for more information about this event.

Subscribe to feed.educationau.edu.au for blog posts and podcasts from and about the event.

Mike Seyfang – for education.au

 

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Workshop part 2 – poster

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Sample pictures from the poster activity of the ‘Have your say!’ workshop from education.au’s “So what’s changed?” event. Can you see the poster from your table? The table who produced the first finished poster won a little prize!

Picture one, two and three.

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Subscribe to feed.educationau.edu.aufor blog posts and podcasts from and about the event. Please join the important conversation on the impact of Web2.0 technologies in education by commenting on, or writing your own blog posts.

Mike Seyfang – for education.au limited educationau.edu.au/whatschanged

Go to http://feed.educationau.edu.au for blog posts and podcasts from and about the event. Please join the important conversation on the impact of Web2.0 technologies in education by commenting on, or writing your own blog posts.

Mike Seyfang – for education.au

Workshop part 1 – brainstorm

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Sample pictures from the brainstorming activity of the ‘Have your say!’ workshop from education.au’s “So what’s changed?” event.

Picture one, two and three.

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Please check the conference web page at www.educationau.edu.au/whatschanged for more information about this event.

Subscribe to feed.educationau.edu.au for blog posts and podcasts from and about the event. Please join the important conversation on the impact of Web2.0 technologies in education by commenting on, or writing your own blog posts.

Mike Seyfang – for education.au

 

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Podcast2 – Phillip Adams – education and media

This podcast features audio from the first session of the day given by Phillip Adams. This talk was partof education.au limited’s “So what’s changed?” event, held at theWentworth Sofitel Hotel, Sydney Australia on August 4th, 2006.

Please check the conference web page at www.educationau.edu.au/whatschanged for more information about this event.

Subscribe to feed.educationau.edu.au for blog posts and podcasts from and about the event.

Mike Seyfang – for education.au

 

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Podcast1 – Gerry White – What’s changed – Web 2.0

This podcast features audio from Gerry White, CEO of education.au limited. The presentation provides an overview of Web 2.0 technologies. Issues, challenges and benefits that it offers for education and training.

The presentation is part of education.au limited’s “So what’s changed?” seminar, held at the Wentworth Sofitel Hotel, Sydney Australia on Friday August 4th, 2006.

Please check the conference web page at www.educationau.edu.au/whatschanged for more information about this event.

Subscribe to feed.educationau.edu.au for blog posts and podcasts from and about the event.

Mike Seyfang – for education.au