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DigiCon16

It’s that time of year again so off to Swinburne Uni in Hawthorn for DLTV’s DigiCon.  I’ll be doing just one short session on Next Era Ed and particularly, stepping attendees through an inventory of what they are already doing … Continue reading

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School Library Conference WA

Links for the sessions: Sessions – Padlet for What Matters Most Sessions – NextEraEd_checklist Free Workshops – Ranking Your Interests Keynote – Your Dream of Student Success   I’m excited to be participating in the The School Library Conference (SLC) on 3-4 … Continue reading

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Free Workshops – Looking for Your Interests

I’m using this poll to gather input on a series of free workshops to be held in the eastern states of Australia. I will also create videos / webinars to share online for the 3 most popular, so vote away! … Continue reading

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Viva La Revolution – Using Tests to Break Education Paradigms

I’ve enjoyed writing for Education Technology Solutions and they have decided to make my latest article their cover story for the April / May 2016 issue.  How great – thanks! As the “Director of Innovation” at Hobsons Edumate, combined with the … Continue reading

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My Memory Lane for Techies

Why this post? In my new role as Director of Innovation K12 at Hobsons APAC, I don’t get to keynote as much as I used to.  This is kind of a nice thing because it means that every time I … Continue reading

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Edumate Confab – October 19

Welcome! It’s a pleasure to be part of the inaugural Edumate Confab to be held 19 October at Pymble Ladies’ College.  Our Hobsons Edumate team have been working hard to make this day as useful as possible for our schools. … Continue reading

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New Article – Next Era Ed Overview

Education Technology Solutions has published online the full version of an article of mine they are publishing over two issues.  Schools: Invent The Next Era Of Education is the best source for the complete view of my “Next Era Ed” … Continue reading

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DLTV DigiCon15

I’m really looking forward to joining in at the DLTV DigiCon for 2015 on 24 – 25 July at Swinburne University campus in Hawthorn.  I’m doing two sessions on Saturday. Session F (11:45) – Leading Schools in a Digital Era (AKA R U … Continue reading

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Back to Adelaide!

I’m really looking forward to joining in at the EdTechSA conference coming up on 15-16 July. Warm-up Poll – Gathering Data Session 1 (9:45) – Next Era Ed Readiness Check I’ve got a workshop page with a checklist and resources. This … Continue reading

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WebQuests at 20: a lesson in “only new mistakes”

<soapbox> I wrote an article last month, The WebQuest: A Parable reflecting on the 20th anniversary of WebQuests (Education Technology Solutions magazine – also available as a pdf). I won’t repeat the article in this post but use what follows to provide … Continue reading

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