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

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AADES was formed in 1993 and currently has in excess of 1200 members in all Australian states and New Zealand
Upcoming Webinar
Teaching the Digital Technologies Curriculum Online through Worked Examples
Georgia Gouros - Virtual School Victoria

Date: Thursday 25th June 2020 Time: 1.00pm AEST

Link:  https://eduvic.webex.com/meet/gouros.georgia.g

2021 AADES Biennial Conference

The 2021 Biennial Conference will be held in Fremantle, Western Australia, 18 – 20 August. Save the dates. We are looking forward to welcoming all people interested and working in the area of education at a distance. The conference will showcase what is the best practice in Australia and New Zealand in online and blended education for students from Kindergarten to Year 12, along with keynote speakers and an opportunity to reflect on what has happened since Covid-19 interrupted our schooling systems.
https://www.visitfremantle.com.au/
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TAS - Tasmanian eSchool introduces Digital Technologies and Languages
Jul 28, 2020
At Tasmanian eSchool this year, all students from Prep to Year 8 are studying Digital Technologies and German. Our teachers collaborated to find ways to make the learning transferable and fun!
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VIC - Upcoming Webinar - Teaching the Digital Technologies Curriculum Online through Worked Examples
Jun 17, 2020
A free webinar will be hosted on 25 June 2020 (1pm AEST). Georgia Gouros, a teacher at the Virtual School Victoria will demonstrate how to scaffold learning through worked examples to support skill acquisition and reduce a learner’s cognitive load.
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SA – Behind The News features two OAC students
Jun 16, 2020
Elke and Nikola share their distance learning tips with Australia.
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