This conference is provided by the iiate as a forum for all teachers of Industrial Arts, Technology and STEM.
The conference consists of an all day ‘Hands On’ workshop course on Thursday, followed by a two-day conference including auditorium presenters and two breakout workshops, as well as two evening events.
Delegates may choose which combination of day and/or evening events they wish to attend.
All teachers from stage 3 to 6 are encouraged to attend. Guests are welcome to attend the evening events.
The information presented at this conference relates directly to the teaching of Industrial Arts, Technology and STEM curriculum.
Teachers are provided with the opportunity for networking, resource sharing, skill development and advancement, and to be kept abreast of current and future directions in STEM education, focusing on Engineering and Technology.
Lunch and morning tea are provided. Schools will need to provide casual relief for conference attendees.
Downloadable information to attach to your PD application:
Conference flyer and Workshop Descriptions
CONDITIONS OF REGISTRATION and TICKETING
- Registration/tickets cannot be purchased under another members name to receive discounts
- Students must provide proof of current study to receive student rate
- Payments are to be completed before the cut off dates otherwise they will be invoiced at the higher rate. (LMBR schools may need to show evidence that they did submit the request for payment in sufficient time if there is such delays).- To receive the early bird MEMBER rate, all registrations MUST be made by 27th June and payments received by 30th June, otherwise you will be re-invoiced at the higher rate
- Once you have submitted registration, you are committing to attend the conference and must pay.
- Any cancellations must be made before Sept 30th qualify to receive a full refund. Cancellations made after Sept 30th cannot be fully refunded.
Your IIATE membership must be renewed/paid prior to registering for the conference to receive early bird rate. For membership enquiries, please contact: Jenny - email@example.com
General Conference Enquiries:
Astrid Perdriau 0414 968 584 firstname.lastname@example.org
Accommodation and partners links:
SMC Conference Centre Hotel partners links.docx
** THURSDAY ALL DAY HANDS ON WORKSHOPS (attendees pick ONE) **
Blade Sharpening: Gerald Harding and Marty Naughton
Adobe Basic video production with Premiere (Workshop) OR Animating in Photoshop, Animate and After Effects – off site - Tim Kitchen and Jason Carthew
Focus on Engineering Studies – Preliminary Anne Gardener et.al
Focus on Design and Technology - Costume and Prop Design using EVA Foam - Ronald Craig
Introducing digital technologies to your workshop / classroom using Scratch and MBlockly. From VERY basic to robotics - Ruth Thompson
Intro to Fusion360 - Peter Thompson
FRIDAY MORNING WORKSHOPS
Every student thinking, exploring and making. Integrated Stage 4 STEM at The Canobolas Rural Technology High School Matt Scott
Industrial Technology Stage 6 - The Major Project and Portfolio Glen Hinson
Engineering Studies HSC exam tips - Peter Wakeling
Stage 5 Multimedia course at Killara High School Owen Telfer
Beginning teachers preparation for your future retirement First State Super
Spend more time at the Industry Show Grant Byrne
Industry Show Workshops Grant Byrne
FRIDAY AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS
Sharpening of blades and tools- Gerald Harding
Travelling STEM Roadshow and other activities from University of Wollongong Bob Wheway
Embedded Technology (eg Raspberry Pi, Arduino) projects for stages 4,5,and 6 Tim Scott
Year 12 Industrial Technology - 6 minute video to support the MDP Owen Telfer
Retirement Planning for all Super members Tom Dimovitch, Joe Silva StatePlus
Faculty Finances & Funding - Steve Delaney
A hands-on introduction to physical computing and coding with Arduino and the ThinkerShield - Peter Mahoney from Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences
How to teach a basic Integrated STEM Lesson on a budget- Scott Sleap
Spend more time at the Industry Show Grant Byrne - WORKSHOP OPTIONS- Industry Show.pdf
SATURDAY MORNING WORKSHOPS
Getting metalwork started and ongoing in your school - Gerald Harding
TryEngineering STEM activity 1 IEEEUsing STEM for Stage 3 into 4 Transition - Matt Scott
Adobe Indesign – beginners Phil Walker
Importing 3D models and bringing them to life in Unity Jeff Ayling
Questacon: an exploration of inquiry learning - Dylan Barker
Spend more time at the Industry Show Grant Byrne
Industry Show Workshops Grant Byrne - WORKSHOP OPTIONS- Industry Show.pdf
** SATURDAY AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS **
TryEngineering STEM activity 2 IEEE
Moving Stage 6 Design & Technology students up a mark band - Project & Written - Dale Wellham
Adobe Premier – Beginners Phil Walker
Creating Commercial Quality Virtual Worlds Jeff Ayling
Industrial Technology – Industry Study - Marissa Johnston
Competitions to Curriculum - Steve Delaney
. . . . More workshops to be confirmed