Registrations are now open!
The cultural institutions in the North Terrace precinct along with the National Motor Museum are joining together to offer a range of professional development programs in January to give you the opportunity to tick off some PD hours and inspire your planning for the 2019 school year.
• Adelaide Botanic Garden
• Adelaide Festival Centre
• Adelaide Zoo (Zoos SA)
• Art Gallery of South Australia
• Australian Electoral Commission at Parliament House
• Ayers House
• National Motor Museum, Birdwood (bringing their PD to the city!)
• Centre of Democracy
• South Australian Maritime Museum
• Migration Museum
• South Australian Museum
• State Library of SA
• SA Water (at Adelaide Botanic Garden)
• Windmill Theatre Co.
When 16-18 January 2019
There are three ticket prices, early bird $180 until January 1, $220 after January 1 and $150 for pre-service educators, purchases can only be made via credit card. You can opt in to the programs you wish to attend over the three days. Each session has an option ‘I do not wish to attend a session at this time’, however you will get better value for money by selecting an option in each session.
As well as the full program of events including Welcome to Country with Mickey O’Brien and Keynote by Fiona Young
• A goodie bag
• Morning tea on Wednesday 16 January
• Discount at selected restaurants, cafes and book shops
• Professional learning certificates will be provided for each session attended.
• Drinks and nibbles at the Learning Showcase
Keynote Speaker Fiona Young
Fiona is an architect and researcher in the field of learning environments. She has worked as an exhibition designer within leading cultural institutions including the Museum of Arts and Applied Sciences (MAAS), the Australian Museum and Museum of Wellington City and Sea in New Zealand.
As Studio Director at architectural practice Hayball in Sydney and a PhD candidate as part of the Innovative Learning Environments and Teacher Change (ILETC) project at the University of Melbourne, Fiona’s focus is on schools and the GLAM sector (galleries, libraries, archives and museums).
Core to her role is enhancing learning opportunities through design, and interpreting and bridging understanding between educators and architectural teams. Fiona is a member of Learning Environments Australasia and has held various roles within at chapter, regional and global levels.
With a passion for making every space a learning space, she has successfully developed and facilitated the consultation process for multiple projects, and engaged leadership teams, staff, students and the broader community in design processes.
Visit the Art Gallery of South Australia to book – here.
Teachers’ Big Days Out is supported by the South Australian Government and coordinated by the Department for Education