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iiate Conference 2018

  • 29 Nov 2018
  • 8:30 AM
  • 1 Dec 2018
  • 4:00 PM
  • Sydney Masonic Centre - 66 Goulburn St, Sydney


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Available only to members.
  • Available to members only.
  • Available to members only.
  • $100/ day

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Teachers are provided with the opportunity for networking, resource sharing, skill development and advancement, and to be kept abreast of current and future directions in STEM education, focusing on Engineering and Technology. The conference consists of an all day ‘Hands On’ workshop, followed by two days of  general sessions, breakout workshops and evening events. 

The information presented at this conference relates directly to the teaching of STEM, Technology, Engineering and Industrial Arts curriculum.

Teachers are provided with the opportunity for networking, resource sharing, skill development and advancement, and to be kept abreast of current and future directions in STEM education, focusing on Engineering, Technology and Industrial Arts.

Lunch and morning tea are provided. Schools will need to provide their own casual relief for conference attendees.

Your iiate membership must be current prior to registering for the conference, as you need to use your unique membership number to register.

 Thursday 29th November  Friday 30th November  Saturday 1st December
Hands On Technology
Full Day Workshops
8:30 am - 4:00pm
9:00am - 4:00pm
9:00am - 4:00pm
Conference Welcome Function
6:00pm - 10pm
Conference Dinner
6:30pm - 10:30pm

DOWNLOAD CONFERENCE INVITE: 2018 Conference invite.pdf

Ron Craig - costume design using EVA Foam
Engineering Studies - focus on the HSC Syllabus
Tim Kitchen - Making Photoshop Puppets come alive in real-time - to be held offsite at Adobe
Jason Carthew - Hollywood effects in your backyard using After Effects - to be held offsite at Adobe 
Gerald and Marty - sharpening of blades and drills
Nicky Ringland - Grok Learning - More than a requirement: How to do Digital Technologies well 
Peter Mahony - MAAS coding Hands on - to be held off site at the Powerhouse Museum

 Nikloai Liu - e=STEM2
Getting Industrial Technology Electronics running in your school. A hands on workshop catering for beginners, intermediate and advanced level
Ron Craig - Virtual Reality
Leanne McLean - Coding for beginners with microbit
Steve Delaney - STEM Transistion for stage 3 to 4
Steve Delaney - how to set up for the AAVC in your school
Phil Walker - Using Adobe Indesign in portfolio creation for beginners
Phil Walker - Adobe Illustrator and the Laser Cutter
Peter Mahony - MAAS - coding within Minecraft
Gerald Harding  - useful metal projects for Technology Mandatory - Material Technology
Gerald Harding - inspiration to get metalwork running pin your school for stage 5 and 6 
Martin Naughton - making jigs for making guitars
Martin Naughton - useful timber projects for Technology Mandatory - Material Technology
Fernando Pinget - Digital Technology for stage 6 Engineering Studies
Glenn Hinson - Taking your Industrial Technology students up a band in the HSC
Craig Jeffery - Stage 6  D&T, Taking your students up a band
Selina Giles - Demystifying the Major Project portfolio for stage 6 multimedia students
Emma Lord - Stage 4 Digital Technologies coding using Python
Jason Carthew - using Scratch and Sphero robots with Stage 3 and 4 STEM
Brenden Davidson - Using Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) in Technology Education 
Paul Copeland - Taking your HSC results in Engineering Studies up a band 
Jeff and Jamie Ayling - Coding and Artificial Intelligence with Unity 3D
IEEE STEM practical activity workshop suitable for stage 3 - 4
Joe Agostino - Industry Study for stage 6 Industrial Technology
Leanne Cameron - Rube Goldberg machines for stage 3 - 4 STEM classes
Nicky Ringland - Grok Learning - Coding in the Curriculum - Building on basics and extending students for differentiation in the classroom.
Industry Show Workshops - join in a workshop given by selected traders. Workshops to be advised.

General Conference Enquiries:

Astrid Perdriau   0414 968 584     conference@iiate.asn.au

Accommodation and partners links: TBC

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