Register for creativITy ’18
Whether you are an experienced teacher, teacher educator, curriculum leader, beginning or student teacher you will benefit from the wide range of available sessions, keynote presentations and workshops to provide you with new ideas, new perspectives and maybe a few new friends.
Full day and half day selection of workshops
Select from a range of presentations which will address the conference strands of:
Share your expertise to help make creativITy ’18 a showcase for excellence in digital technologies education. Submit your presentation or workshop details via the QSITE Moodle (click the button below) to present a session on Friday, 6th July.
creatitivITy ’18 features a comprehensive program of half-day and full-day workshops on the first day with Day Two containing a broad range of sessions on digital technologies, ICT and innovation, highlighted by several keynote presentations.
Founder at Barayamal
Microsoft RAP Advisory Board Member
CSIRO STEM Professional Early Career Award Winner
Entrepreneurship & Economic Development
Dean served five years in the Royal Australian Air Force before founding Australia’s Indigenous business accelerator, Barayamal – now known as a world leader in Indigenous Entrepreneurship. Dean is an action-oriented entrepreneur, Microsoft RAP Advisory Board Member, winner of the Indigenous Digital Excellence (IDX) Entrepreneurship Award, and proud Kamilaroi Man from Gunnedah, NSW.
Curriculum Specialist, Technologies
Australian Curriculum, Assessment & Reporting Authority
Julie oversees the development and writing of the Australian Curriculum: Technologies F-10. She has worked as a teacher, distance education writer, curriculum advisor and curriculum developer. Julie has developed and presented a range of professional learning workshops and presentations for technologies educators and professional teachers associations, most recently on the Australian Curriculum: Technologies. The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) is an independent statutory authority responsible for developing and implementing a national Australian curriculum, the national assessment program and reporting on school performance via MySchool.
Academic Director of the Australian Computing Academy
Associate Professor, School of IT, University of Sydney
Director, National Computer Science School
James Curran is the Academic Director of the Australian Computing Academy and an Associate Professor in the School of Information Technologies, University of Sydney. He is Director of the National Computer Science School, the largest computer science school outreach program in Australia. Last year, over 10,000 students and teachers participated in the 5-week NCSS Challenge. James is a co-founder of Grok Learning, an Edtech startup that aims to teach children everywhere to learn to code. He was a writer on the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies, the new national computing curriculum. In 2014, James was named ICT Leader of the Year by the ICT Educators of NSW and the Australian Council for Computers in Education.
The price including attendance of the conference sessions over the two days, catering and the social function on Thursday, 5th July is as follows.
A big thank you to our sponsors for their support of ICT and digital technologies education in Queensland.
Brigidine College is only a convenient 700 metre walk (8 minutes) from Indooroopilly Station.
Accommodation in Brisbane is plentiful with excellent hotels in Toowong (two rail stations away) and the city (6 rail stations away).
Get more information and hotel suggestions on the creativITy ’18 Accommodation page.
53 Ward Street
5-6 July, 2018
Pre-service teacher $199
Register for creativITy ’18