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ALL WORKSHOP LINKS AND RESOURCES
Exploring Engagement with Dan Haesler
Slides: Get them here
One teacher using Minecraft in a Primary School in Western Sydney
The Power of Mindset with Dan Haesler
Slides: Get them here
Mindset by Carol Dweck
Self Theories by Carol Dweck
Mindset & Gifted Education – Blog article
Embracing the FWord – Resource from ReachOut
Probably the most comprehensive collection of Mindset resources for school via @LarryFerlazzo
Technology for Learning & Engagement with Simon Crook
Learning in (the right) Space with Matt Esterman
ABOUT YOUR FACILITATORS
Dan Haesler works with organisations around issues of engagement, wellbeing, mindset & leadership. As well as schools, he has consulted to government education projects, corporate business, The Black Dog Institute and other not-for-profit organisations. Dan is an international keynote speaker and has presented alongside well known education thought leaders as well as Olympians, Academy Award Winners and even His Holiness the Dalai Lama. He regularly features in the media, and writes a monthly column in the Australian Teacher Magazine. Dan is passionate about equity in education and engaging our hardest-to-reach kids and communities. His first book, #SchoolOfThought is now available and all profits will go to supporting the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.
Dr Simon Crook is the Founder of CrookED Science, a STEM education consultancy specialising in the use of technology in teaching and learning. Previously, Simon was Senior eLearning Adviser with the Catholic Education Office Sydney, having responsibility for the integration of technology in teaching and learning across all subject areas in 151 schools, K-12. He was also a high school science teacher for 15 years. Simon recently completed his PhD thesis Evaluating the Impact of 1:1 Laptops on High School Science Students and Teachers at The University of Sydney.
Matt Esterman is a professional educator with over 15 years’ experience within government, Catholic and independent schools and has engaged with educators, networks and experts on every continent. Matt has a keen interest in the future of teaching, professional learning and growth, the future of education and the ways they can be redesigned for greater learning, connection and organisational value. He has contributed articles and chapters to various publications, he has run dozens of workshops, seminars and committees on a range of topics in Australia, Singapore, the UK and the USA. He is a leading member of the TeachMeet community in Australia. Matt’s strengths are in his ability to connect and engage with many stakeholders in a range of contexts. Matt has won teaching and leadership awards from NGS Super, the Australian Council for Educational Leaders, the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership, the Australian College of Educators, the Professional Teachers’ Council of NSW and the ICT Educators of NSW. He now works at Six Ideas, a bespoke consulting network that helps clients develop stronger harmony between people, space, technology and strategy.