An Australian radio presenter, comedian and media
personality, Adam Spencer is known for his comedic talent and time
hosting the Triple J Breakfast Show. He is a patron of science-related
events and programs and is the University of Sydney's Mathematics and
Science ambassador and author of the Little Book of Numbers.
Talk My numerical life and why mathematics is more important now than ever before to education and technology. Twitter@adambspencer
Professor, Sapporo Gakuin University
Don's work involves teaching EFL and intercultural
communication at Sapporo Gakuin University in northern Japan. His
research work includes "Blending Technologies for Second Language
Classrooms" and within the Moodle community, Don is a moderator of the
Moodle for Language Teaching site, and have helped develop over ten
modules, blocks and course formats.
Martin Dougiamas is best known as the founder of Moodle,
and leading the team of software developers at the heart of the Moodle
project. Martin has a mixed academic background in Computer Science and
Education, and his major goal for the future is to improve the quality
of education by encouraging social constructionist and collaborative
practices within online learning communities.
Dan Haesler is an international keynote speaker,
educator, writer and consultant. Working with schools across the country
around issues of engagement and wellbeing, he is passionate about
equity in education and engaging our hardest-to-reach kids. In recent
years Dan has developed a reputation as one of the Asia Pacific's most
dynamic educational thinkers and speakers.
Talk Engaging Kids Today - It's about Pedagogy, not just Technology Twitter@danhaesler
Instructor, South Western Sydney Institute of TAFE
Scott Huntley is an instructor at SWSi TAFE, teaching
Web, Social Media, Database and customising Content Management Systems.
He recently has been involved in developing content for the TAFE Online
project. Scott is enthusiastic about the practical and innovative
applications of the Internet of Things (IoT).
Barbara Macfarlan has a background in education focusing on
sociolinguistics and using the affordances of ubiquitous technology to
engage 21st century learners. She has over 10 years experience as a
learning designer using the Moodle platform, and is currently an
Education Designer at Monash University, in the Office of the
Vice-Provost (Learning and Teaching). In this role she is part of a team
that is engaged in transforming learning and teaching across the
university through high quality design of delivery and assessment
Joyce Seitzinger is an education technologist and
learning designer with 16 years experience. Her Moodle Tool Guide for
Teachers has been widely adopted by the Moodle community since 2010. In
2014 she founded Academic Tribe, a network of education specialists who
provide consultancy and services in learning design, social learning,
gamification and open badges.