Keynotes at the OZeLive Conference 22-23 February 2014
With the conference only one week away we have confirmed our keynotes and nearly all presentations. Check the Schedule page for details. We have been very lucky to secure not only Australian keynotes but also some fantastic global educators as well.
Steve Hargadon from The Learning Revolution (our partner in bring you the conference) will be our first keynote. Without Steve and his dedicated team we would not be having this conference. Steve is going to share with us his experiences with The Learning Revolution.
Nancy White is sharing her wisdom on how we can engage students online and offline. Her experience in education and her enthusiastic presentation style is always enlightening.
Gail Lovely, an independent educator from the early childhood sector will share with us some useful apps which can be used to enhance early childhood education.
Sarah Stewart is an elearning and social media consultant. Her presentation centres around work she has been doing the health sector to connect midwives through the Virtual International Day of the Midwife. This is a virtual conference which connects health professionals through social media and other formats to deliver professional development.
Michael Graffin is a classroom teacher from Perth, WA. His work with the Global Classroom Project and iEARN has broadened our perspectives on the idea of a global classroom and connecting and collaborating with classes from around the world.
Julie Lindsay is another advocate for elearning, global connections and collaboration. She is presenting two sessions for us with her Connect and Collaborate for Global Understanding – A pedagogical shift session on Sunday as a keynote. Her consultancy work with educational institutions to flatten classrooms is world renowned.