National Education Summit Melbourne

When17 - 18 June 2022
Event Type Trade


Join principals, school leaders and educators from K-12 at the National Education Summit.
Held over 2 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:

Additional Needs Symposium

Making classrooms inclusive, covering positive behaviour, inclusive classrooms, the spectrum and anxiety

Academics, Experts and Health Professionals will share their knowledge and provide practical strategies for educators to implement in the classroom at this two day Symposium.

The Symposium will bring educators together with the common goal of working towards making classrooms inclusive for all students.

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.

*Beyond Blue

Libraries New
Millennium 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.

As Supporting Association and Co-Host the School Library Association of Victoria (SLAV) offers dynamic, inspiring opportunities for teacher-librarians, librarians and library team members to build their essential role in engaging and developing lifelong learners.

Innovation in the STEM Classroom

Join Australian teachers and learn the latest innovations in STEM and how to implement these into your classroom practice.

Through STEM, students develop key skills including:

  • problem solving; creativity; critical analysis; teamwork; independent thinking; initiative; communication and digital literacy.

The continual advances in technology are changing the way students learn, connect and interact every day. Skills developed by students through STEM provide them with the foundation to succeed at school and beyond.

Berry Street Education Model Curriculum and Classroom Strategies

The Berry Street Education Model provides teachers with evidence-based strategies for working with struggling students.

This one-day workshop will leave teachers feeling empowered and inspired to teach the de-escalation and self-regulation skill that our students so desperately need. Teachers will learn strategies for struggling students that they can use in their classrooms the next day!

We use the dual lenses of Trauma-Aware Education and Positive Education to bring out the best in all of our students.

You can select to attend on Friday, or Saturday, whatever suits your availability. Or, send some staff Friday and send some staff Saturday to help with your school’s schedule.

World Gifted Symposium

The Victorian Association of Gifted and Talented Children (VAGTC) advocates for the identification and support of gifted and talented children in schools across the state of Victoria. This advocacy includes supporting the professional development of educators, and the promotion of good relationships between educators and families of gifted and talented children.

At the National Education Summit Melbourne we present the following two dynamic sessions, we encourage you to attend both.