Together with Pivot Professional Learning we are hosting a series of webinars to understand the latest data on the state of education and co-construct solutions to support our community. Including;

  1. The State of Education in ANZ – Tuesday 28th April 6pm AEST
  2. Distance-Learning Strategies for School Leaders – Wednesday 29th April 6:30pm AEST
  3. Insights for Teachers – Thursday 30th April 6:30pm AEST
  4. Key Findings of the Report and Opportunities for the Future – Friday 1st May 2pm AEST

Join us as we speak to educational leaders, researchers, and teachers, to dive deep into topics such as student wellbeing, teacher preparedness, and the support structures required now and when transitioning back to the classroom.

Read more details on each of the free webinars below.

1. The State of Education in ANZ – Series 1/4 – Tuesday 28th April, 6pm AEST

Join our official launch and discussion on the key findings from our State of Education research with over 3,500 educator responses.

Hosted by Amanda Bickerstaff, CEO Pivot PL, hear Dr. Lydon Walker, Online Education Consultant, John Cleary, General Manager, Department of Education Norther Territory and Alex Burke, CEO EP, talk about the impact of the research.

We’ll end with an open Q&A on any questions you have on how to take this research back to your school.

Share your voice and register here.

2. Distance-Learning Strategies for School Leaders – Series 2/4 – Wednesday 29th April 6:30pm AEST

Your teachers have been through a lot. Join host Amanda Bickerstaff, CEO Pivot PL, along with special guests: Tracey Ezard, Educator, Keynote Speaker, Lisa Sperling, Director, Outcomes Education and Jenny Swadling, Principal, Charleville School of Distance Education, who will consider what good leadership looks like over the coming weeks and months, and share concrete suggestions to support your team.

Share your voice and register here.

3. Insights for Teachers – Series 3/4 – Thursday 30th April 6:30pm AEST

After the rapid upheaval of the previous few months we will take a pause and reflect. We may not know exactly what is coming next or when, but we know what our students need. Join us with a panel of experts to discuss strategies for what comes next.

Join host Amanda Bickerstaff, CEO Pivot PL, along with special guests: Murray Cronin, Leading Teacher, Rebecca Ramsey, Teacher Consultant, EP, Summer Horwarth, Founder, The Eventful Learning Co., who will go through strategies for supporting your students’ wellbeing and learning, strategies for keeping connected, work-life balance and strategies for what comes next.

We will provide clear recommendations and strategies to apply to your teaching practice.

Share your voice and register here.

4. Key Findings of the Report and Opportunities for the Future – Series 4/4 – Friday 1st May, 2pm AEST

We have learnt a lot in this rapid shift to distance education, but it has also had an impact on both teachers and students. So what kind of additional support might schools need? We will also discuss the indispensable role of teachers alongside technology and ask how we can use recent experience to build better classrooms.

Join host Amanda Bickerstaff, CEO Pivot PL, along with special guests: Susannah Schoeffel Associate Director Education (Evidence For Learning) at Social Ventures Australia, Julie Sonnemann Fellow Grattan Institute, Alex Buke, CEO EP, Kelly Hollis, Global Head of Science at EP and Jimmy Bowens, Global Head of English at EP, who will discuss what comes next and how we can continue to act on what matters most for our teachers and students.

While it is clear that COVID-19 has rapidly shifted teaching and learning around the world, there are clear opportunities to come together as a community to innovate and improve distance teaching.

This webinar will include perspectives from school leaders, educators, system leaders and EdTech organisations with the goal of starting the conversation on what is the future of education.

Share your voice and register here.

 

* Each webinar is 45 minutes. All attendees (live and on-demand) will receive a digital PD certificate on completion.

 

If you have any questions regarding the above webinars please email us on events@educationperfect.com

In what is a very isolated time, we are all connected in the collective experience.

If you are interested in reading more about the 3500 educators in Australia and New Zealand surveyed to understand how teaching and learning has changed due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, then go to https://insightsfor.education and to register for our upcoming Whitepaper.