NEW IN 2021! HYBRID CONFERENCE OFFERING
6-7 MAY 2021
‘A Blended Learning Conference Experience’
Doltone House Sydney Australia
A Long Way Home
Saroo Brierley was born in a small Indian town. In 1986, aged only 5, he lost all contact with his family when he was separated from his brother at a train station. He never saw his brother again.
Professor Peter O’Conor
Associate Professor Kelly Freebody
Dr Patrick Pheasant
Professor Anne Burns
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day online & LIVE event
Date: 6-7 May, 2021
Location: Doltone House, Darling Island, Sydney and Online
Two-Day face-to-face passes from $900
Online tickets from $200
The 2021 NEAS Management Conference is focused on Transformative Journeys in Education.
The conference theme seeks to explore how as leaders, teachers, practitioners and students in international education we undergo transformation through our intercultural experiences.
The conference will showcase transformative journeys that our members have seen or experienced in their careers. The conference will explore how we can harness the power of journeys in creating and maintaining a sustainable future in education.
Be empowered by experts of ELT, sharing key theory, research and practice in our industry. We are inviting both local and international guests to connect and network, to share stories of growth, development and transformative change in their environment and their career.
Our aim for 2021 is to create more opportunities for professional development, inspiring the ELT community to grow through networking and sharing experiences. This can create further transformative change in the industry and allow these networks to flourish, creating a positive influence for students and industry stakeholders.