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The Next Step Online Festival for Primary Curriculum Leaders and Educators

Monday, 15 March 2021 to Thursday, 1 April 2021 from 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Ticket Information

Type Price Quantity
Whole School Access Pass - EQ Schools (GST Free) $250.00
Whole School Access Pass - Non EQ Schools (inc GST) $275.00
Individual Access Pass - EQ School Paying (GST Free) $180.00
Individual Access Pass - Paying Personally (inc GST) $198.00

Event Details

The Contemporary Learning Hub is proud to be offering The Next Step Online Festival for Primary Curriculum Leaders and Educators.  The festival brings together leading educators, best practice examples, research-based pedagogy and practical ideas from educators across Australia and New Zealand. With over 10 hours of sessions that are offered online live or via on demand recordings, the festival is your answer in 2021 to helping your teachers and students know the next step they need to take to improve learning outcomes in your school context.   

View the Festival Flyer and Program

Festival highlights for 2021 include:

  • The Developing Learner Agency keynote presentation with James Anderson. James is an internationally recognised researcher, author, trainer and speaker on Growth Mindsets, Learning Agility, Habits of Mind and Acquisition of Excellence.
  • The Greatest HITS session with one of Australia’s leading mathematics educators Dr Paul Swan. Paul will unpack High Impact Teaching Strategies that you can use to improve student outcomes in Primary contexts.
  • The Words & Actions to promote Mathematical Proficiencies session with highly respected mathematics educator Rob Proffitt-White. Rob is joining us online from New Zealand and will share how you can engage students in deeper learning by making simple shifts to what you say and do.
  • Practical sessions with Curriculum Leaders from a variety of schools sharing how they are using data walls and learning progressions to support students to take their next steps in learning.
  • The Creating a Culture of Inquiry session with Belinda Martin - Head of Curriculum at Graceville State School. The session will share examples of what powers up inquiry by unpacking some of the markers that create a culture of inquiry in a school.
  • Access to a collection of pre-recorded sessions exploring effective and research-based strategies for teaching mathematics.

Please direct any questions about the festival to our Hub Events Logistics Officer Bronwen Stewart on 5490 2755.  We look forward to seeing you online throughout March.

Accessing the Festival

In the week prior to the festival, all registered participants and schools will receive an email containing the link and password to the festival site . This site will contain the links and passwords for each of the live and recorded sessions. It will also contain information about how participants can access a test session to test their connection. These test sessions enable our team to support you prior to the festival to ensure there won’t be technical issues when you try to access a live session. All sessions for the festival are recorded so if you miss a session or have a problem connecting, you will be able to watch it on demand.  Recordings are uploaded to the site at the end of each week.   Recordings will be available for twelve months after the festival.  Certificates are provided for each individual webinar and for the entire festival program.

Cancellation Policy

Due to the commitments made contracting presenters for the festival, a 50% cancellation fee is charged for registrations cancelled within three weeks of the festival.   Please note that a 100% cancellation fee is charged once the website and password to access festival content is provided to you or your school.