A master class for teachers in cyber education: Why cyberscience is cool, with International Technology and Cyber Science Educator, Steve Morrill
2 August 2017
4.00 pm - 6.30 pm
Deakin Downtown (Melbourne CBD)
Deakin University’s School of Information Technology and LifeJourney proudly present Steve Morrill, internationally renowned Technology and Cyber Science Educator.
"Professional development for teachers related to cyber security is of critical importance.
All students need a basic foundation in cyber to participate in today’s digital society."
- Steve Morrill
This is an interactive and practical professional learning workshop for secondary and tertiary teachers of all academic disciplines and skills levels looking to be upskill and be inspired by cyberscience. Teachers will walk away with a framework to start your own professional development journey in cyberscience to engage and build confidence in students to succeed in future STEM careers.
Register for this FREE professional learning masterclass that can be added to a teacher’s professional learning hours to meet Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) and Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) standards for quality teaching and learning.
There will also be a networking opportunity. Finger food will be provided.
We look forward to welcoming you.
Meet the presenter
Steve Morrill is currently the Director of Technology & Cyber Science at Loyola Blakefield in Towson Maryland. Steve is also the founder of the Loyola Cyber Science Initiative and serves on several cyber education advisory boards to help solve the talent pipeline shortage we are currently seeing.
Prior to joining Loyola Blakefield, Steve spent 13 years managing and teaching technology in higher education. Steve is transforming school curriculum through cyber education that inspires students to be internet savvy and creative with technology.
Register your interest
Limited places are available and RSVPs are essential, so book your spot for this exclusive master class.
Date and time
Wednesday 2 August 2017
4.00 pm - 6.30 pm
727 Collins Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3008
Phone: +61 3 9918 9120
+61 3 9246 8454