Education for a changing world symposium

* by invitation only

Day 1 | Nov 9, 2017

Join The Live Stream

2:30PM - 4:00PM AEDT

5:30PM - 7:00PM AEDT

Education for a Changing World Symposium 2017

“It is entirely possible that the most important function of education in the years ahead will be to prepare our future citizens for citizenship in a world only barely imaginable today”

The Education for a Changing World Symposium brings together experts in education, industry and innovation over one and half days to explore and debate AI and its strategic policy implications for future learning. As part of a broader initiative of the NSW Department of Education, the Symposium will explore the education reforms that may need to be set in motion now to ensure we best prepare young people to successfully navigate a more complex world.

Join the national conversation on ai and the future of education

Date

9 and 10 November 2017

Location

DAY 1

2:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Carriageworks

245 Wilson St,
Eveleigh NSW 2015

DAY 2

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
The Hilton

488 George St,
Sydney NSW 2000

JOIN THE LIVESTREAM

* by invitation only

Speakers

Mark Scott
Mark Scott

Genevieve Bell
Genevieve Bell

Marc Tucker
Marc Tucker

Toby Walsh
Toby Walsh

Fauziah Ibrahim (MC)
Fauziah Ibrahim (MC)

Key Themes

Students discussion

AI is here: understanding developments in AI and its impact on life and work

Future Visions to spark the imagination, followed by a Q&A panel discussion.

How does education respond to a changing world

A keynote address by Marc Tucker, President of the National Centre on Education and the Economy followed by a panel to discuss AI and the education agenda.

The opportunity for a new innovation agenda in education

Interactive design thinking sessions to explore how education needs to respond to the challenges of an AI-world.

Our Sponsors

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Commonwealth Bank logo
Deloitte logo
Hicksons

Carriageworks
245 Wilson St, Eveleigh NSW 2015

Carriageworks

The Hilton, Sydney
488 George St, Sydney NSW 2000

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