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Artificial Intelligence in Education Conference

The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has quickly become one of the biggest and most controversial topics in education. Is this use a threat or an asset to teaching and learning? Gain insights to how educators can best utilise this technology in the classroom.

30 October 2023 | Grand Hyatt Melbourne

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Toddle Networking Mixer at the AI in Education Conference

Connect with fellow school leaders – drinks on us! Join us at the Toddle Networking Mixer for complimentary food and drinks right after the conclusion of the conference.

Link to RSVP will be sent to every registered delegate in our pre-conference information email.

The AI in Education Conference is the premier event for educators, researchers, and industry leaders to discover the latest breakthroughs in artificial intelligence and its impact on education.

Following the sold-out event in Sydney in May, we are excited to announce that the event will now take place on October 30 at the Grand Hyatt, Melbourne.

Join us in Melbourne where you’ll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a day full of inspiration, innovation, and connection with like-minded professionals.

  • Discover how AI is transforming the way we teach and learn.
  • Hear from experts in the field and explore interactive sessions
  • Network face-to-face with other educators.
  • Stay up to date with cutting-edge developments,
  • Learn how to integrate AI into your teaching practice.
  • Gain invaluable insights into the future of education.

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity.

Seats selling fast, Book now to guarantee your spot!


Associate Professor Jason Lodge

Deputy Associate Dean (Academic), The University of Queensland

Dr Mary Oski

Director of Learning & Regional Services, Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools

Colin Axup

President, Victorian Association of State Secondary Principals

Amber Ripley

Director of Academic Administration, Ravenswood School for Girls

Leslie Loble

Industry Professor – Paul Ramsay Fellowship Centre for Social Justice and Inclusion, University of Technology Sydney

Bridget Pearce

Acting Head of Academic Services at Brisbane Grammar School

Sharon Foster

Executive Director of Curriculum, Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA)

Leon Furze

Educational Consultant, Furze Smith Consulting

Paul Matthews

History and Geography Teacher, Calvin Christian School, Tasmania

Miriam Scott

Head of Digital Education, Hillbrook Anglican School, Queensland

Rod Smith

Head of Academic and Data Services, Girton Grammar, Bendigo

Michael O’Keefe

Deputy Principal Learning and Teaching, John Paul College, Victoria

Steve Brophy

Director of Digital Transformation, Ivanhoe Grammar School, Victoria

Linda Bekhet

Assistant Principal – Teaching and Learning University Park Primary School

Bruce Fuda

Chief Education Officer, Grok Academy

Nick Morgan

Senior Manager, Toddle

Mark Grant

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL)


AI Education in the News

Shaping the future: how an AI-powered teaching and learning platform is revolutionising education
The pressure for teachers to ‘reinvent the wheel’ when it comes to unit and lesson planning is one of the key factors behind overwork and burnout in the teaching profession, according to a report released by the Grattan…

How this Victorian school is embracing generative AI in the classroom
With New South Wales and Queensland banning the use of generative AI in schools, John Paul College’s decision to integrate it in the curriculum is what some would consider a bold move.

What to consider before developing an educational AI tool
When Associate Professor and software designer Dr Hassan Kohsravi invented his AI-powered teaching tool, he wasn’t expecting to rack up a series of globally-recognised awards and make an imprint on the, formerly ‘AI-hesitant’, higher education sector.

AI a headache for teachers, but could soon help mark students’ work
Federal Education Minister Jason Clare has declared artificial intelligence must be part of the future of the nation’s school system, saying teachers could use it to grade students’ work.


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All of our events utilise a bespoke dynamic smartphone app, ConnectMe – which guarantees attendees a premium event experience. Logins are sent prior to the conference commencement allowing you to check who’s attending, schedule in meetings and catch ups, participate in live Q+A and interactive polls, and much more. ConnectMe ensures you never miss a beat prior, during and post event.

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AI in Education Conference 2023

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30 Oct 2023

Grand Hyatt Melbourne
123 Collins St,
Melbourne VIC 3000
(03) 9657 1234


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