The first ever Teach Tech Play Conference has been a great success with about 300 teachers from across Australia and beyond gathering at the beautiful Ivanhoe Grammar School in Melbourne. This is a very unique conference because it has all be organised by practicing teachers who are passionate about enhancing good practice in the use on ICT in the classroom.
I’d particularly like to highlight the work of teachers Eleni Kyritsis, Corey Aylen and Michael Ha (ACL) for their tireless work in getting this event off the ground. It is much appreciated by all involved.
I had the pleasure of sharing a range of Adobe focused workshops:
- Creative storytelling with Adobe Voice, Slate & Clip on the iPad
- What is flipped learning all about and how does Adobe help?
- Adobe and the Digital Technologies Curriculum
- Mastering multimodal text with a range of Adobe solutions
All mt resources can be found on the Adobe Education Exchange via: http://bit.ly/ttp16-adobe
Highlights for this event have been all the keynotes:
Alice Keeler – USA
Mark Anderson – UK
Ryan Trainor – AUST
Other highlights have been seeing a wide range of sessions from many passionate educators and ICT in Education consultants.
One of the biggest highlight was have students, ICT staff Principal Mr Gerard Foley from Ivanhoe Grammar involved in filming, presenting and hosting this amazing event.