New Webinar: Positioning the Technologies Curriculum: A Snapshot of Australian Initial Teacher...

New Webinar: Positioning the Technologies Curriculum: A Snapshot of Australian Initial Teacher Education Programs

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Join us for the first presentation from the Digital Transformation Lab.
The Digital Transformation Lab is part of the Digital Education Research Group (DER), based in the Faculty of Education at Monash University. 
In this presentation, our esteemed colleagues Amber McLeod and Jo Blannin will share insights from their review of how technologies are positioned in ITE programs across 32 Australian Universities. 

See Flyer for more information – Speakers’ bios below.

When: Thursday 3rd June from 2:15pm to 3:15pm

Where: Zoom (email carlo.perrotta@monash.edu to receive the link!)

Amber McLeod is a lecturer in the Faculty of Education, Monash University.  Her research focuses on increasing digital competence in the community, including investigating attitudes towards ICT and ways to increase pre-service teacher digital skills.  As the Director of Pathways Programs, Amber is also passionate about developing transferable skills in young people to increase access and equity, with particular reference to the role of digital competence in successful student transition and retention.

Joanne Blannin is Senior Lecturer in Digital Transformations at Monash University, Australia. In the past five years, Joanne has supported more than 400 Victorian schools to engage with technologies for their own and their students’ learning. She is Board Member and Conference Chair for Digital Learning & Teaching Victoria. Having worked in both the private and public sectors, Joanne now researches teaches and presents internationally on digital technologies and innovative digital pedagogies. Her research focus includes teachers’ uses of technology, teachers’ pedagogical skills with technologies, and the impact of innovative technology on student outcomes.

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