Cutting edge technology that is revolutionising the way students are applying their learning in public school classrooms will be demonstrated in Dubbo next Wednesday, August 29.
The InteractED technology roadshow targets school leaders, teachers and schools information and computer technology coordinators.
Combining industry-leading keynote speakers and hands-on opportunities, InteractED is already drawing strong interest from public schools at: Bourke, Hermidale, Nyngan, Tottenham, Dubbo, Bathurst, Trangie, Coonamble and Wellington to name a few.
InteractED will also see the local unveiling of STEMShare, a Department of Education initiative, that makes project-learning based activity STEM kits available to all NSW public school students from Kindergarten to Year 12.
STEMShare kits include robots, virtual reality and coding packages as well as iPads, laptops and video and filming equipment.
InteractED brings the big technology names including Adobe, Apple, Google, Microsoft and Modern Teaching Aids face-to-face in Dubbo with teachers who are guiding students learning and mastery of technology.
InteractED will be at the Dubbo RSL Resort from 8.45am until 4.00pm and will be opened by the Department of Educations Chief Information Officer Stephen Loquet.