VET Institutions Use Echo360 to Promote Cognitive Learning

This panel discussion will address the strategic benefits and challenges of integrating active learning technologies into experiential teaching and learning models and how this has been made possible through Echo360. Panelists from Unitec Institute of Technology (New Zealand) and Sydney TAFE will discuss best practices regarding:
    • Supporting instructors with incorporation of video capture and student engagement tools into their courses
    • Integrating active learning technologies with the LMS and other technologies and the associated benefits
    • Creating unique content in interactive environments and collaborative learning spaces
You’ll also hear how instructors from these two vocational institutions use active learning solutions to improve their practice, assess students and take advantage of various learning environments and classrooms.

Who should attend: All are welcome. eLearning and Blended Learning professionals, academic technologists and curriculum designers are highly encouraged to attend.

Meet The Panelists

James Oldfield
Learning Advisor (eLearning), Apple Distinguished Educator
Unitec Institute of Technology

Dr. Karen Haines
Academic Advisor (eLearning)
Unitec Institute of Technology
Stephan Ridgway
Manager Learning & Innovation in the Technology Services Unit
Sydney TAFE

Tom Hore
Head Teacher in Architectural Technology
Sydney TAFE



David Bartolo
TAFE NSW - Northern Sydney Institute