National Education Summit Brisbane

When4 - 5 June 2021
Venue Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
Event Type Trade

4 CONFERENCES, FREE SEMINARS, ALL UNDER ONE ROOF

Join principals, school leaders and educators from K-12 at the National Education Summit.
Held over two days educators can experience innovative Conferences and interactive Seminars delivered by experts and thought leaders. Educators can also engage with exhibitors showcasing the latest in resources at the The Education Show, an education focused Free Trade Expo.

Events include:

Friday 4 June - Saturday 5 June 2021
Capacity Building School Libraries Conference

Qualified personnel working in school libraries play an important role in supporting literacy development and promoting a love of reading. Improving literacy outcomes of young learners is a key focus area for school library programs and practices.

‘Research suggests that the presence of libraries and qualified librarians in school can exert a positive effect on young people’s literacy learning, with the promotion of reading attitudes and frequency part of the core role of the librarian in schools’ (Merga, 2019).

Merga, M.K. (2019). How do librarians in schools support struggling readers? English in Education, 53:2, 145-160.

Friday 4 June - Saturday 5 June 2021
Additional Needs Symposium

Making classrooms inclusive, covering; Anxiety, Mental Health & Childhood Trauma, Challenging Behaviours and Language & Processing Disorders

Academics, Experts & Health Professionals share their knowledge and provide practical strategies for educators to implement in the classroom.

A two day Symposium designed to bridge the knowledge gap, dispel myths, promote research, and explore additional needs.

The Symposium will bring educators together with the common goal of facilitating appropriate classroom strategies for educators, students with special needs and families of children with special needs.

Friday 4 June - Saturday 5 June 2021
Leadership for Future Focused Schools

What makes a great principal?

The classroom teacher is the most visible person in a child’s life at school, but it is the principal who is responsible for providing a high-quality education for all students.

Great principals lead teaching and learning.
Great principals hire, develop and retain great teachers.
Great principals build a strong school community.
Great principals are lifelong learners, staying abreast of contemporary issues.

This Conference will cover a small but important component of some issues Principals in Schools need to be across on a day to day basis and brings together passionate Leaders willing to share their experience and ideas, showcasing programs that have worked for them and how they can for you too.

Friday 4 June - Saturday 5 June 2021
Wellbeing for Future Focused Schools

Student resilience and wellbeing are essential for both academic and social development, and are optimised by safe, supportive and respectful learning environments. Schools share this responsibility with the whole community.

Not only do confident and resilient children with a capacity for emotional intelligence perform better academically, these skills can also contribute to their ability to create strong social bonds and supportive communities, and to maintain healthy relationships and responsible lifestyles.*

This Conference will cover the importance of wellbeing for both academic and social development together with areas of concern and strategies teachers can be equipped with to ensure positive outcomes for their students.

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