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Inside Teaching : June 2011
www.atra.edu.au | firstname.lastname@example.org DIARY 53 5-6 AUGUST The Education Show, Melbourne The Education Show provides primary and secondary teachers, school leaders and administrators with access to the latest education resources, products and services as well as a professional development program with 60 presentations on curriculum initiatives, teaching and learning programs, learning technologies, professional issues and school improvement. place Caulfield Racecourse, Melbourne contact Tina Tolich phone 03 9596 8881 email team@resourcesforcourses. com.au website www.educationshow. com.au 7-9 AUGUST ACER Research Conference: Indigenous Education – pathways to success place Darwin website www.acer.edu.au/ conference 11-13 AUGUST IWBNet 8th National Interactive Teaching and Learning Conference This conference provides collegial professional development to support teachers to improve their teaching with interactive whiteboards and other digital technology place Ivanhoe Girls’ Grammar School, Melbourne phone 1800 760 108 website www.iwb.net.au/ conferences/itl/default.htm 13-21 AUGUST National Science Week: React to chemistry Applications for school grants to support the running of a National Science Week event close on 27 May in Queensland and Tasmania, and 3 June everywhere else except Victoria on 17 June. website www.scienceweek.gov.au website www.asta.edu.au 14-16 AUGUST ELH and SchoolTech Conference The ELH and SchoolTech Conference aims to challenge, inspire and motivate principals, heads of curriculum, teachers and professional development coordinators. Explore high- level technology strategy, and planning and management issues, and learn how to use the latest technologies and software applications in full-day intensive workshops, and leave with practical resources to enhance your classroom activities. place Mantra Erskine Beach Resort, Lorne, Victoria phone 1300 36 1988 email conferences@computelec. com.au website www.computelec.com. au/elh2011 10-11 SEPT Queensland Education Resources Expo The Queensland Education Resources Expo (QUEDREX) is Queensland’s premier industry event for education professionals, showcasing the latest resources to all educators. Education professionals from all levels and institutions can discover, test and purchase resources and find innovative ideas, products and services to enhance their workplace and career. The event features interactive workshops and an extensive seminar program focusing on key education issues and is a great opportunity for professional development! QUEDREX also addresses some of the professional standards required for registration renewal under the Queensland College of Teachers Continuing Professional Development Framework. Register online for free tickets. place Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre phone 07 5535 2022 email interchange@onthenet. com.au website www.quedrex.com.au 23 SEPTEMBER NATA Young Scientists of the Year Award competition Primary school students from 7 to 12 years of age are invited to enter the National Association of Testing Authorities fifth annual NATA Young Scientists of the Year Award competition, and have the chance to win $3,000 for their school and $500 for the winning student group. Submit a science project based on the theme of this year’s competition, ‘Chemistry in our lives.’ Entry is free. Entries must be submitted by Friday, 23 September. website www.nata.com.au