Thursday, 25 February 2016

Windows on the Future: Effective Teaching Strategies for the Modern World

Contact: Mike Frost, For InfoSavvy21 Group
p: 0407 337 846   e:

Date: To be finalised but likely late July 2016          RSVP: To be advised
Location: Launceston & Hobart

Intended Audience: Teachers K-12

Ian Jukes was the most popular keynote presenter at the 2005 Leading Lifelong Learning Conference.
He is returning to Australia this year for a series of smaller, more interactive sessions focussing on the work of classroom teachers. Instructional change in the digital age is at the heart of his message.

Amongst the top 10 educational speakers in the USA he is a powerful voice on the impact of digital technology on teaching and learning. Teachers need support for dealing with the enormous changes that are coming to schools including the need for instructional methods to change. This hands-on, full-day workshop provides proven, sustainable, research- based strategies, methods, resources, and support to empower teachers to prepare learners for success in the modern world.