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ACCE2021 Virtual Symposium for Digital Technologies and IT Educators

  • 15 Mar 2021
  • 19 Mar 2021
  • Online

We are very much looking forward to the ACCE symposium. See below for some of the thought provoking topics and great classroom ideas from some of our keynote speakers.

Pauline Maas, the Netherlands' "queen of the micro:bit" in schools will share about how to use this device in your classroom.

Dr Kate Ringland, researcher and pioneer exploring inclusive gaming spaces for children and young adults on the autism spectrum, will talk about her work with Minecraft and the autistic community.

Tim Kitchen will explain the benefits of the Adobe Creative Educator Program.

In addition to the keynotes we have a series of 'themes' you can dip in and out of according to your interests. Our themes include:

  • Innovative Technology Use in Early Years, Primary and Secondary Classrooms
  • Tinkering, Making and STEM/STEAM Learning
  • Inclusive Classrooms for All Learners
  • Digital Pedagogies: Strategies for Successful Technology Learning

We are pleased to partner with ACCE in hosting this national event this year and hope you can join us online.

For more information please visit our ACCE 2021 web page.

Register here now to secure your spot!



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