Teaching 21C. The big issues facing the teaching profession today 2019

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May 28, 2019
8:45 AM to 3:30 PM


Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)
Brunton Avenue


Full Registration

$460.00   (inc GST)
Cost includes program materials, morning tea and lunch.



As parking in the area is mainly 1 and 2 hour, we recommend that participants use public transport.



The New Evidence for Learning:


  • What evidence do teachers need to effectively track student learning progress?

  • Do technology and big data provide the answers?

  • Should schools track learning progressions based on growth - not age/ grade level?

  • Will the ‘evidence for learning’ trend enhance teacher professionalism?

  • What does curriculum focused on capabilities look like in classrooms?

  • How are capabilities being assessed? Are they the core curriculum of the future?


Keynotes, Panels and Interactive Sessions


Don’t miss this opportunity to:

  • learn about future directions in Education, both in Australia and Internationally 

  • discuss challenges and opportunities in the context of your own school and 

  • inform the professional learning of yourself and your colleagues 


Conference Participants
This Conference is intended for members of the teaching profession from the early years of professional practice to advanced levels of teaching and leadership.


Conference Co-Convenors

  • Andrew Barr (CEO, CSE)

  • Kathe Kirby (Principal Consultant, CSE)







Presenters include:


  • Sir Kevan Collins CEO, Education Endowment Foundation, UK

  • Professor Geoff Masters AO CEO, ACER

  • Professor Louise McWhinnie Dean, Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation, University of Technology Sydney

  • Dr David Howes CEO, VCAA

  • Mark Lamont, Founder and Director, World Mosaic; Director Edugrowth and Education Services Australia

  • Dr Grainne Oates, CEO Quitch, Associate Professor Swinburne University.

  • Professor Sandra Milligan Assessment Research Centre, Melbourne Graduate School of Education 

  • Dr Tanya Vaughan Evidence for Learning, Social Ventures Australia

  • Jennifer Brown Omichi, Project Lead (Capabilities), Catholic Education Office Victoria 



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For further information about any of our professional learning programs please email info@cse.edu.au.


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