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2019 Trident Technology Conference Wrap Up - Part 2

Nathan Wood - Saturday, August 03, 2019

Day 2 of the Trident Technology Conference 2019 kicked off in style with the wonderful Australian neuroscientist Dr. Stan Rodski who lead us on a journey of how the brain translates information across the different hemispheres of the brain and how we can work to keep it in the 'peak performance zone'. Sometimes due to one thing or the other, we slip outside this zone, so being able to quickly recognise this feeling can help to return to the zone more quickly. Fascinating content from a highly qualified and experienced presenter. To learn more about the work Dr Stan Rodski is doing - please check out the link below for the Think Group.

The THINKGROUP is an organisation with big ideas!


Trident 2019 - The Unconference Sessions - Part 2

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.


Diana Murase - ICT Manager at Kardinia International College                                   

Kylie Wright - Director of ICT at Loreto College Ballarat

Rob Flavell - Head of Critical Thinking at Eltham College                                      

Special thanks to Nathan Burgess the Director of Innovative Learning Systems at Marryatville High School in South Australia for facilitating the unconference sessions.

Dan Bowen - Microsoft.

With importance of technology for the future of employment (especially for those currently in school) the burgeoning areas of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence open up opportunities for today's students to build apps and technologies for the future. Tools available through a schools Microsoft licensing agreement provide the foundation for these services to be made available to all your students.

For more information contact your Trident Account Manager.

Also see a similar presentation from Dan Bowen via this YouTube link.


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