The AADES Biennial Conference was held in Adelaide, South Australia, 8-9 August 2022.
The conference will showcased best practice from across Australia and New Zealand in online and blended education.
Uncle Mickey Kumatpi Marrutya O’Brien, a Senior Aboriginal Man welcomed delegates to the 2022 AADES conference which was held on Kaurna country.
The conference themes: Connect, Contribute, Thrive were explored, unpacked and celebrated with each of our a key note speakers:
Workshop 1.2 - Developing learners through the gradual release of responsibility - Open Access College, SA
Workshop 1.4 - Problem finding to target students’ Zone of Proximal Development - Virtual School Victoria
Workshop 2.1 - Virtual field trips: mapping student learning to places and spaces - Tasmanian eSchool
Workshop 2.2 - The language of learning: building confidence and agency to thrive - Dubbo School of Distance Education
Workshop 2.5 - Introduction to Quality Teaching Rounds - Quality Teaching Academy - University of Newcastle
Workshop 4.3 - Stages of change: Trauma-informed school transformation - Open Access College, SA
Workshop 4.4 - Improving Students' engagement, through High Intensity Teaching of Literacy - Capricornia School of Distance Education, QLD
The conference venue was the National Wine Centre of Australia https://nationalwinecentre.com.au/