AADES is the peak professional organisation in Australasia representing school level distance education

AADES was formed in 1993 and currently has in excess of 1200 members in all Australian states and New Zealand
AADES Biennial Conference
Hobart, Tasmania May 2-3 2019
AADES and Common Ground Research Networks present the Twelfth International Conference on e-Learning & Innovative Pedagogies: From the Ends of the Earth to Connected Learners

Where: Hobart, Tasmania

When: May 2-3 2019

Venue: Hotel Grand Chancellor

Call for workshops and presentations as well as early bird registrations are now open (see conference section of this website).
Victoria - STEM Connect with Distance Day
Aug 17, 2018
Victorian students attending Connect with Distance Day participate in robotics and circuits STEM activities . Read more about the day here.
Webinar:Presentation and voice techniques to improve communication and engagement during web lessons
Aug 13, 2018
The Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) has been supporting NSW distance education school teachers through the provision of a range of professional learning opportunities. AFTRS has been training teachers in the use of voice techniques to help teachers make their web lessons more engaging for students. In this session Pip Jokhan and James Dickman of Sydney Distance Education High School will demonstrate a number of these voice techniques.
AADES Conference 2019: From the Ends of the Earth to Connected Learners
Aug 10, 2018
AADES and Common Ground Research Networks present the Twelfth International Conference on e-Learning & Innovative Pedagogies: From the Ends of the Earth to Connected Learners. The conference will be held in Hobart from 2-3 May 219. Workshop proposals can now be submitted. Early bird registrations are also now open. Links to the conference site can be found in this article.
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