Webinars

Join Martine Ogelthorpe as we discuss parenting in the digital age. Martine from Modern Parent helps parents, families, teachers & students incorporate technology into their daily lives with help, understanding & realistic strategies.

Please post any questions you would like answered on the #parentech padlet or on APC Facebook page.

Join Rob Randall, CEO of ACARA as he takes us through the move to NAPLAN online.

Please post your questions for Rob Randall to our #parentech padlet or Facebook page and we will get them answered for you from ACARA.

Rob Randall, CEO of ACARA takes us through the Australian Curriculum and what children K-12 should be learning in ICT to not only be users but also creators in the digital age.

Please post an questions you have for Rob to our #parentech padlet or Facebook page and we will get them answered for you from ACARA.

| E-Safety Parent Webinar
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The Office of the Children's eSafety Commissioner is committed to helping young people have safe, positive experiences online and encouraging behavioural change, where a generation of Australian children act responsibly online—just as they would offline. During our Parentech campaign they ran a number of webinars.

Join our special guests Kathe Kirby, Executive Director of Asia Education Foundation (AEF) and Dr Eeqbal Hassim as we discuss the work of the AEF in building Asian capability in Australian schools and how parents can engage in language learning.

We welcome your questions on the discussion area below for the AEF team to answer.

Join Karen Curtis, CEO of the Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) and Caz Bosch, President of the Australian Parents Council (APC) as they discuss early child development and the national quality framework.

We welcome your questions on the discussion area below for the ACECQA team to answer.

Our guest, Rob Randall, CEO of the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) was online to answer parent’s questions about the move to online assessment on November 20.