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iTE organises events throughout the year with the goal of providing professional development and networking opportunities for our members. 

    • 21 Sep 2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • 22 Sep 2019
    • 1:00 PM
    • Alstonville High School

    HOT location & time:

    21st & 22nd September

    Saturday: Registration from 8:30, courses run: 9 - 4pm

    Sunday: 9 - 1

    Contact Owen Telfer for more details:  owen.telfer@det.nsw.edu.au 

    HOT Details and downloadable PL Flyer:

    HOT ALSTONVILLE.pdf


    Workshop Details:

    Multimedia: Premiere / After Effects / Cinema 4d lite $450

    This course looks at developing beginner to moderate skills using Adobe Premiere and After Effects - For use in Stage 5 and Preliminary I.T Multimedia course. Participants will be introduced to Premiere and After Effects using skills in green screening, masking, rotoscoping, tracking and cinema 4d lite (after effects CC plugin).
    Participants will receive sample practical assessment projects for stage 5 and
    resources to help in stage 6.


    Skateboard Construction $500

    In this course participants will learn how to use a vacuum bag to make a skateboard and to create and apply a marquetry design to the board. At the completion of the course you will take away on your very own skateboard deck complete with your own exotic marquetry veneer pattern on it. The additional cost covers the supply of a Thin Air Vacuum Press Kit, mould and pre cut Canadian Rock Maple veneers. This will give you a completed deck and the equipment to manufacture boards at school as well as simple but useful moulds for vacuum forming, including projects beyond the skateboard. You will also need to bring your own block plane. As this will be used in the construction of the board. 

    Sketchup $450

    Do you think that SketchUp is a ‘Toy’ CAD program that no professional would ever touch? Did you know that NASA use SketchUp? So do many architectural and engineering firms. This is freeware. Don’t know how to start using SketchUp? Have you played around with SketchUp but feel that you have missed some basic tips, shortcuts, page set ups?

    Art Metal Work/Jewellery - Stage 4 and 5 $500

    This course is intended for those who have never done silver jewellery making before and are looking to introduce it as a Stage 4 option in Technology Mandatory. You will learn how to make a plain silver ring, a twisted ring and a pendant in sterling silver. This is taught from metalworking principles and can be taught in a metalwork room with basic tools.

    Taking your laser to the next level $400

    In this course you will be introduced to laser cutting and how it could be implemented into a Stage 5 Project, which you will create and take with you, there will also be demonstrating and displaying examples of how to take laser cutting to the next level (how to get that perfect gap-free fit when laser cutting). In this course you will be shown:
    - how to use a range of programs such as Photoshop and Illustrator (for laser cutting) along with the laser cutting software to manipulate and refine your design to get that perfect fit, from the raw image you have drawn or downloaded, into the perfect veneer
    masterpiece.
    This workshop will be presented by Tony Wright. Tony is considered one of the leaders in his field for creating elegant laser cut marquetry designs on skateboards and timber boxes. He has over 20 years of experience as a Coordinator of Industrial Arts and as a teacher of Design and Technology. He is passionate about inspiring students with "Kid cool projects" that utilise the technology that is becoming more embedded into our curriculum and will teach you the skills to take your students projects to that next level.

    If your school doesn't currently have a laser cutter, then this is a perfect time and opportunity to complete a laser inspired project to take back and show your Principal, the Executive and the P & C about the fantastic opportunities and projects that could inspire your students and introduce them to the Technology of the 21st Century. It will also be a great opportunity to collaborate with local schools and fellow teachers who may be willing to assist you and your senior students to incorporate these skills and techniques into their projects.

    Etextiles and Natural Dyeing $450

    E textiles - Day 1
    This workshop is an introduction to e-textiles aimed to give participants an
    understanding of the basic principles of soft electronics. Participants will be introduced to a range of new materials and will explore how these materials can be manipulated to create soft, interactive systems.

    Natural dyeing – Day 2 In this workshop, you will see what delicate colours can be obtained from nature's gifts around us - kitchen waste, garden clippings, bush foraging, the local barrista's clean-up - the options are endless!

    Learn what can be used in the natural dyeing process. Cover all the basics to get you started and skyrocket your inspiration in natural dyeing. The skills to dye naturally again and again!


    River Pours $550

    Have you always wanted to know the Tips & Tricks of doing River Pours? How to get rid of those pesky air bubbles in Pour on finishes? Or how to achieve great finishes using recycled timber? What products and requirements for internal and external conditions? This workshop will give you all the Tips & Tricks and correct products to do River Pours and more. By doing your own projects you will be loaded up with heaps of techniques for working with recycled and new timber for making unique woodwork projects. You will gain Tips & Tricks on how to take very ordinary pieces of timber from
    fence palings to slab timber and turn them into one off masterpieces. The plan is for you to bring manageable pieces of 2nd hand timber with you to play with over the two days. We will do the pouring / Epoxy coating on Saturday and finishing on Sunday.
    We will provide you with a list of goodies (Do not sweat if you do not have timber – we can supply) and tools you will need to bring once advised you have selected our knowledgeable workshop.

    Electronics, Embedded Technology and IOT $500

    This is a hands-on course honing the skills necessary to support these technologies in your department offerings. The projects and ideas have application across all stages and experience of the technologies opens the possibility of introducing rich STEM experiences.


    'Hands on Technology' Two day course will contribute 10 hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 6.2.2, 6.3.2, 7.4.2 from the Australian Profesional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Accreditation in NSW.



    • 27 Nov 2019
    • 8:30 AM
    • 29 Nov 2019
    • 4:00 PM
    • Sydney Masonic Centre - 66 Goulburn St, Sydney
    Register

    Institute of Technology Education - Annual Teachers Conference



    The content presented at this conference relates directly to the teaching of STEM, Technology, Engineering and Industrial Arts curriculum.

    Over the three days of conference 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, Technology and Industrial Arts.




    PRINTABLE CONFERENCE INVITATION FLYER:

    2019 Conference Invite.pdf


    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: 

    Kerry Penton, Acting Managing Director of TAFENSW 

    Nick Carter -  Mechanical and Cryogenics Team Leader, Antenna and Receiver Technologies CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science, -  'CSIRO in Space' 

    Mark Tyler, NESA Technology Inspector 

    Oliver Nicholls, 2018 winner of the International Science and Engineering Fair, using his D&T major project.

    Taegan Young, NAL - 'Hearing Hub' Macquarie University - 'Protecting Your Hearing' 

    Rosie Khan, UTS

    Engineers Australia, Student Engineer of the Year - winner has not been announced yet.

    Mike Sutton - Forestry Corporation NSW -  Manager Innovation and Research

    CONFERENCE EVENT SCHEDULE:

    There are FIVE events across three days that can be ticketed separately or bundled at a saving. Guests are welcome to attend the evening events (extra tickets can be added to orders).

    Wednesday 27th November: Day One
    ‘Hands On’ Technology - An all day immersive that allows attendees to learn, practice and embed. Locations are based on the workshop as some require specialist materials and are run by our partner organisations. 
    9:00 – 4:30pm (8:15am for first day registration) *Some of the workshops require specialist equipment and/or with our partner agencies and MAY run offsite.

    Wednesday 27th November: Conference Welcome Evening

    A collegial event that focuses on networking with finger food. 6:00pm – 10:00pm *This event is held @ Darling Harbour      

    Thursday 28th November: Day Two

    Mix of short workshops, keynotes, presentations and an interactive industry show. The workshops have limited numbers and are only available for selection once payment is made. 9:00am – 4:30pm (8:15am for first day registration)    

    *workshop and speaker schedule TBA

    NB: There will be opportunity to have your hearing screened on Thursday

    Thursday 28th November: Conference Dinner

    A three course dinner event that includes guest speakers and annual award presentations, including our University Scholarships and awards.6:30pm – 10:30pm  *This event is held @ the SMC

    Friday 29th November: Day Three
    Mix of short workshops, keynotes, presentations and an industry show. The workshops have limited numbers and are only available for selection once payment is made. 9:00am – 4:30pm (8:15am for first day registration)    

    *workshop and speaker schedule TBA

    PROCESS FOR REGISTRATION:

    1. Seek approval to attend from your school, use the downloadable conference invite to reinforce your PL application: 2019 Conference invite.pdf

    2. Register your place online making sure you select the tickets for the dates and events you wish to attend

    3. Use the invoice to obtain payment, making sure the payment is received by the ticket cut off - as explained in our terms and conditions late payments will be subject to the have late ticketing fees applied/tickets cancelled.

    4. Once payment has been received you will be emailed workshop selection information, workshop selection is given in preference to registrants who have paid.


    INCLUSIONS IN REGISTRATION COSTS:

    1. Ticket for the event you have selected.

    2. Meals. 

    3. Conference day events include a "show bag" and a SPECIAL Conference polo shirt for everyone who has paid their conference fee by the 16th October. The sizing chart is here Measuring chart for your conference shirt.docx  When you are sent the link to select your workshops, you will also add your shirt size.

    4. Resources that are a part of the day events such as presentations and workshop manuals.

    * Schools will need to provide and seek casual relief, this is not included in ticket price.


    WHY OUR CONFERENCE?

    1. Volunteers work from November - November sourcing speakers and workshops that are relevant and informative professional learning experiences

    2. The ITE is a non-profit association, so our mission is to strive to provide professional learning to our members without high overheads and profits

    3. Our conference committee work in schools and are in-touch with curriculum, trends and teachers professional learning needs


    Once we have received your payment, we will email you the link to select your workshops.


    Wednesday workshop Options: see more information here Wednesday workshops.pdf

    *Andrew Fairbank - UNSW Engineering Studies Day Stage 6 focussing on Materials. This workshop is to be held off site at UNSW Suited to Engineering Studies - Stage 6

    *Martin Naughton, Gerald Harding - Sharpening (This workshop has been presented before and is back by popular request). Suited to Industrial Technology - Stage 5/6

    *Rob Newell and Phil Legge -Mechatronics for beginners. Make a robotic car using Arduino Suited to Digital Technologies, STEM and IST

    *Dr Tim Kitchen and Jason Carthew - Adobe Day. This workshop is to be held off site at Adobe. Suited to IDesign and Technology and Industrial Technology Multimedia Stage 5/6

    *Scott Lipsham - RGB Arduino driven night light Suited to IST Stage 5, STEM

    * Rob Torok - Advanced Play with LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 - for teachers with prior knowledge and experience with using LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Suited to Digital Technologies, Stage 5 Industrial Technology -  Engineering, Stage 5 IST

    *Monique Dalli - Flexible ways to use resin Suited to Design & Technology Stage 5 & 6

    *Peter Thompson - Introduction to digital control technology Suited to Digital Technologies Stage 4

    *Ruth Thompson - Introduction to coding using scratch Suited to Stage 3/4

    * Rob Thompson, LST Group - Taking your laser cutter to the next lever

    * Dave Giddings, Drive Marine Services - River Pours - with Recycled Timber *This workshop has an additional cost of $150 for materials.

    * Bruce Lewis, OnGuard Safety - BYOD Machine Inspections and Maintenance

    *Current 75min workshop offerings as of 21/7 see  layout here 75 min workshops at 16th August.xlsx . See the TechExpo workshops here TechExpo 60 - 75 min workshops - table.docx

    Industrial Technology - Stage 6 Marisa Johnston - Industry Technology Industry Study - Stage 6 Industrial Technology. This workshop has been presented before and is back by popular request. Selina Giles - Demystifying the Major Project Portfolio for Mulitmedia Students - Stage 6 Industrial Technology. This workshop has been presented before and is back by popular request. Tim Sutherland - The Written Exam. How is it written and how is it marked? Stage 6 Industrial Technology


    Engineering Studies - stage 6 Paul Copeland - Taking your Engineering Studies Students up a Band in the HSC. Stage 6 Engineering Studies. This workshop has been presented before and is back by popular request. Paul Copeland - Engineering Mechanics - Method of Sections, Friction and other fun stuff. Stage 6 Engineering Studies. Fernando Pinget - Telecommunications Engineering - Digital Technology and Logic gates. Stage 6 Engineering Studies. This workshop has been presented before and is back by popular request.


    Digital Technologies - Stage 4 Jason Carthew - Sphero Robots for Digital Technology - Stage 3 - 4 Jason Carthew - using Arduino in digital Technology - Stage 4 Technology Mandatory Peter Thompson - Control Technologies using the IIATE Techstarter - a simpler entry to coding. Stage 4, 5 - 6 Dr Christopher Brunner - 'Makey Makey controlled Pan - Tilt Tower using an arduino, including an overview of the Pilot UTS Wanago Program and the STEMX Academy. Emma Lord - Coding with Python. Stage 4. This workshop has been presented before and is back by popular request.
    Digital Technologies - Stage 4 Rob Torok - LEGO Australia Introduction to LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 - This is for beginners Rob Torok - LEGO Australia Datalogging with LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 - This is for beginners/intermediate users. Karen Stuttle - Sphero Edu Bolt, get started with coding and robotics - stage 3, Stage 4 Technology Mandatory, stage 5 IST Colin Stead - Build a Wind turbine using an arduino to measure power generation performance.


    Technology Mandatory - Stage 4 and Industrial Technology - Stage 5 timber and metal Marty Naughton - Jigs for Guitar Making. This workshop has been presented before and is back by popular request. John Perdriau/Marty Naughton Tips, tricks and checks for success when making small boxes in Stage 4 Technology Mandatory or Stage 5 Industrial Technology Timber. NB This is not a 'Hands on' workshop. John Perdriau/Marty Naughton Simple timber projects for stage 5 Industrial Technology Timber. How to prepare, write up the cutting list, economically calculate the quantity of materials to purchase and trouble shoot potential problems. Something different to teach Y7 & 8. An overview of silver jewellery for stage 4 Technology Mandatory.
     
    multimedia Kobe Perdriau -  Multimedia for Technology Mandatory. Ideas for inexpensive ways to introduce multimedia.  Owen Telfer - Stage 5 Industrial Technology: Multimedia
    In this presentation participants will be introduced to ways of running stage 5 industrial technology multimedia for the revised syllabus to start teaching 2020. The presentation will go through types of projects, assessments, software, equipment and will also include software demonstration in simulation (water, fire, smoke, cloth) in blender 3d.

     


    TechExpo Time Spend for time at TechExpo. Do you need to see more of the display at TechExpo and chat with the exhibitors, but the break times are just too crowded and too brief? Then this time is for you. Spend for time at TechExpo. Do you need to see more of the display at TechExpo and chat with the exhibitors, but the break times are just too crowded and too brief? Then this time is for you. Spend for time at TechExpo. Do you need to see more of the display at TechExpo and chat with the exhibitors, but the break times are just too crowded and too brief? Then this time is for you.


    Design and Technology Steve Delaney - Promotion, Engagement & Ensuring Personal Best Perfromance Stage 6 Design and Technology Andy Leung - Designing Braking systems using CAD in Stage 5 Design and Technology or Industrial Technology- Engineering


    STEM Rob Torok - LEGO Australia Introduction to LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 - This is for beginners.  Rob Torok - LEGO Australia Datalogging with LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 - This is for beginners/intermediate users.  Matt Scott - STEM-ifying a TAS unit into a STEM unit through cross curriculum mapping. Stage 4 - 6  Natasha Jackson - Authentic student voice in cross-curricular learning. Practical teaching and organizational  strategies to help keep student engagement and learning as the focus when timetabling, outcomes mapping and co-teaching preparation are taking over your day. 



    General Conference Enquiries:

    Astrid Perdriau - 0414 968 584 conferenceITE@gmail.com

    Registration Enquiries:

    Monique Dalli - web@iiate.asn.au




    General Conference Enquiries:

    Astrid Perdriau   0414 968 584     


    Terms and Conditions:

    - Registration/tickets cannot be purchased under another member's 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 will need to show evidence that they have submitted the request for payment).

    - Once you have submitted registration, you are committing to attend the conference and must pay.

    - Any cancellations must be made before October 31st to receive a full refund. Cancellations made after October 31st will not be fully refunded.

    - NESA is insisting upon much more accountability, from course providers and attendees of full attendance at all endorsed events for the specified time before course participants can be given their hours. ITE will be using digital scans for attendance, it is the responsibility of the attendee to scan in to events and sessions as many times as required for hours to be calculated, scan in times and frequency are at the discretion of the ITE





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