Interviews at #EC17 on the FizzicsEd podcast
Hundreds of educators & innovators converged on Melbourne’s Royal Melbourne Exhibition Building to challenge thoughts & create new ideas around how we all can support schools to extend students learning. Since the launch of EC14, Educhange has rapidly grown into the most exciting education event in Australia. Supported by the Education Changemakers and drawing upon talented innovators from the across the globe, Educhange is certainly well worth putting in your diary each year!
“Getting into small groups and talking with incredible educators that are from right across the world, riffing new ideas and coming up with things & ideas that might be able to change the game for kids here in Australia and anywhere around the world”. Dave Faulkner, CEO Education Changemakers.
Thank you to all the educators who dropped by to chat!
- Stephy Salazar, John Purchase Public School and #pstchat
- Elanor Wood, Head of Science, Camberwell Girls Grammar School
- Fairlie Pritchard, Meredith Primary School
- Meg Foley, St Peter’s Lutheran College
- Dan Wolf-Clark, MyEd
- Sarah MacDonald, Canine Comprehension
- Sarah Ralston, Reboot Education
- Kirsty Costa, Cool Australia
- June Bayha, Bayha Group
- Penny Harris, Ginnie & Pinney
- Ashanti Branch, Ever Forward Club
- Nicole Dyson, Verge Young Entrepreneurs
- Bec McCauley, Beacon Foundation
- Andrew Duncan, Bundaberg State High School
- Dave Faulkner, Education Changemakers
What else was on show at EC17?
Here are just some of the highlights that the team saw!
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