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

Upcoming Webinar

Thursday 10 June 1.00pm AEST
Mindframes at a Distance - Collective Teacher Efficacy - John Hattie

AADES is proud to present a webinar by Professor John Hattie for member schools which will cover Visible Learning Mindframes in the distance education context including Collective Teacher Efficacy and effective feedback.

AADES Biennial Conference

The 2021 Biennial Conference has been postponed to 2022 due to COVID-19. The conference will be held in Fremantle, WA.
SA - How I fell in love with Japanese - by Hudson
May 10, 2021
Open Access College student Hudson found that studying online was the ideal way to continue his long-standing passion for learning Japanese.
SA - Distance education works wonders for year 10 student Eloise
May 4, 2021
Meet Eloise, a year 10 student from Open Access College in SA who enjoys singing in the Australian Girls Choir, trampolining and cooking. Eloise came to study online under the medical enrolment program at OAC because of uncontrolled epilepsy. Moving to distance education has done wonders for Eloise's confidence, self-belief and grades. After impressing her teachers with her hard work, leadership qualities and resilience, Eloise wrote an article describing her experience with distance education.
VIC - VSV students cotton on to tricks of the trade
Apr 22, 2021
Year 11 VCE students recently travelled to NSW – virtually – for an insightful farm tour with a cotton farmer.
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