On a bright, yet fresh Wednesday morning last week, the 2019 Trident Technology Conference got underway with a fantastic presentation and tour at Ballarat Clarendon College. Mr David Shepherd (Principal) opened the conference with some thoughts around technology and education from a school leader’s perspective and the importance of a team approach to deliver successful outcomes. Adam Ryan, the Capital Works, Infrastructure and ICT Manager, provided a detailed presentation around the IT environment at BCC while identifying a number of key innovations and focuses for the College.
Trident 2019 - The Unconference Sessions
New for 2019 were 'The Unconference Sessions' from delegates for delegates. Based on the concept 'the art of peer sharing', the unconference sessions were developed simply on the premise of a single question - "What would you like to present at the Trident Technology Conference this year?". We were lucky enough to have a number of attendees who jumped at the chance to share something with the group that they were passionate about and that they believed would be of interest to the delegates.
Greg Plum - ICT Manager St Michael's Grammar School
Sandra Maher - Director of ICT Brighton Grammar School
Lauren Sayer - Director Digital Learning Haileybury
The Flow - Creating exceptional performance through a resilient culture.
John Hendry discussed how schools can create and promote exceptional performance through creating a resilient culture, thus helping schools/teams create greater focus and move from a #MeFirst culture to a #WeFirst culture. This means thriving, being our best and leading change confidently with ethical purpose through inclusive and collaborative behavior. As usual John captured everyone's attention with his no nonsense style and captivating delivery of thought-provoking ideas from a lifetime of learning.
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