These are certainly interesting and challenging times for both Australia and Global Education, as we reflect on future educational opportunities from which we can learn, as COVID-19 has been the greatest disruption to education in decades.
It is inevitable and appropriate, that we do think about the future to some degree regarding the lessons achieved so far, with the distinctive rise of e-learning and teaching, whether undertaken remotely or on digital platforms for our students.
Join us to welcome an Expert Panel from a variety of backgrounds, to discuss how educators are creating possibilities to do things differently to provide a gateway to education for our students.
The panel will share new modes of instruction they have experienced from their perspective, during COVID-19, that have previously been largely untapped, particularly in the Kindergarten to Year 12 arena. The session will conclude with the Q & A.
Darren Cox (Principal) and Margaret Pond (Head of Junior School) from
St Phillip’s Christian College Cessnock
Mark Long (Principal) and Doris Lee (Deputy Principal) from Penrith Selective High School
Natalie Devenish (Assistant Principal) and Belinda Vandergert (Leader of Pedagogy) from St Mary’s Cathedral College
Kathryn Taylor and Jacqui Van de Velde (Directors, Wellbeing Australia)