Held bi-annually, CEP hosts a Rural Education Conference to both showcase and support the provision of high-quality education in rural communities.
As one of the only true cross-sectorial events within education in Victoria, the Rural Education Conference is an “unmissable” opportunity for education leaders, educators, school councillors and board members, rural communities and those interested in rural education to come together and explore how they can inspire, invigorate and challenge our rural and remote children and young people to realise their dreams.
The 2018 Rural Education Conference is fast approaching!
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In 2018, the conference will aim to provide a genuine opportunity for education leaders, educators and support staff working in rural, remote and small education settings to celebrate their achievements, while also exploring new and innovative ways to provide engaging education into the future.
Details as follows:
Monday, September 3 – “Take Your Clustering to the Next Level”
The day’s format will be interactive, allowing participants to immerse themselves in a range of discussions.
In addition, CEP will announce the 2018 winner of the Rural Education Award during the evening.
- Full Conference (Monday and Tuesday) – CEP Member ($ 350.00 per person) or Non CEP Member ($ 420.00)
- One Full Day – Monday – CEP Members ($ 200.00) or Non CEP Members ($ 250.00)
- One Full Day – Tuesday – CEP Members ($ 200.00) or Non CEP Members ($ 250.00)
- Reception and Dinner Monday evening ($ 90.00 per person)
2016- “Inspirational Teachers – Inspiring Rural Young People”
The brainchild of the Rural Youth Ambassadors, they also played a key facilitation role throughout the conference – providing a real student voice within rural education. Key-note presenters included Sir John Jones and Maggie Farrar.
An outline of the program can be downloaded by clicking on: Rural Education Conference Program Summary
A conference designed to inspire, invigorate and influence rural educator’s everyday professional practice, the two-day conference included not only key-note addresses, but also a selection of discussion forums and concurrent workshops presented by education communities around Australia. Key-note presenters included Yong Zhao and Maggie Farrar.
An outline of the program can be downloaded by clicking on: Rural Education Conference