100+ exhibitors showcasing school resources, products, services and technology for classrooms, schools and careers.
Times: 9:00am - 5:00pm, Fri 1 Sept 2017 9.00am - 4:00pm, Sat 2 Sept 2017
The Education Show is a key event of The National Education Summit which draws principals, school leaders, business managers and educators from K-12. For more information on the National Education Summit please visit nationaleducationsummit.com.au
See the latest resources, products and services for your classroom, school and career.
Visiting the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre couldn’t be easier
Melbourne Exhibition Centre1060 undercover parking spaces managed by Wilsons Parking. Enter off Normanby RoadOpen 24 hours, 7 days a week
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Crown Casino Multi-Level Car Park – 4000 parking spaces. Entrances off Haig Street (off Clarendon Street), Clarke Street (off City Road), and off Kings Way (city bound)Open 24 hours, 7 days a week
Basement Car Park – 1000 parking spacesEntrances off Southbank Boulevard, King Street (city outbound), and off Kings Way (city bound)Open 24 hours, 7 days a week
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There is a tram stop at the entrance to the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.
Tram Nos. 112, 96, 109 travel along Clarendon Street from South Melbourne, Port Melbourne and St Kilda and service the CBD via Collins and Bourke Streets.
Trams run every 6-8 minutes during peak times, 7.00am – 9.00am and 4.00pm – 6.00pm and every 10-12 minutes between 9.00am and 4.00pm.
Southern Cross Station (formerly Spencer Street Station) is just a short stroll from the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.
Public transport timetables
Taxi ranks are located at the doors to the Melbourne Exhibition Centre as well as all major hotels, Crown Entertainment Complex (across the road from the Melbourne Exhibition Centre) and Southern Cross (formerly Spencer Street Station) and Flinders Street Stations.
To book a Taxi call Yellow Cabs on 131 924
Contact the airline of your choice:
Qantas13 13 13qantas.com.au
Virgin Australia13 67 89virginaustralia.com
Jetstar13 15 38jetstar.com.au
Thanks to our official Prize Sponsor Bostik, you have an opportunity to win an LG55” Ultra HD LED LCD Smart TV valued at $1895 and bonus $100 EFTPOS card. For your opportunity to win this prize simply visit The Education Show and enter Bostik’s competition. Your entry form will be provided by Bostik at the show.
Offer Starts 01.09.2017 to 02.09.2017
1Create your masterpiece using Bostik products at our stand No.D05 2Go to the Bostik Photo Booth at the Bostik stand and use supplied props to strike a pose and display your masterpiece 3You will receive a Bostik branded photo to keep and another to attach to your entry form 4Complete and submit your entry form with your photo attached. 5The most creative masterpiece and photo as chosen by Bostik will be announced as the winner. The draw will be announced at 3.15pm 02.09.17, if the winner is not present for the announcement they will be contacted by Bostik.
See full terms and conditions at www.bostik.com.au
Elevate your business and raise your industry profile through involvement with The Education Show. There is a range of exhibition and sponsorship packages available, ranging from space on the exhibition floor, through to presenting a seminar.
To discuss exhibiting or sponsorship options, please contact the team on 03 9596 9205 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Suppliers of education products and services including:
•Curriculum and learning resources•Information and communication technology•School administration and assessment software•Furniture, uniforms and canteen supplies•Science, music, art, sport, playground and library equipment•Building design and construction•Professional learning•Graduate and post graduate education courses•Out of school learning(e.g. museums, galleries and tour operators)•Education journals and magazines•Education Consultants•Teacher recruitment and teaching opportunities•Fundraising and marketing•Financial and superannuation•Teacher support ( e.g. professional and subject associations, education authorities)
•Sell and promote your products, resources and services through direct contact with clients•Access new clients and contacts•Raise your organisation's profile in the education sector•Free listing in the Visitor Guide•Free listing in flyers sent to all primary and secondary schools•Free listing on The Education Show's website with a link to your website•Opportunity to present a seminar at no charge (subject to availability)•Discounts for advertising in the Visitor Guide
LOGOS, BANNERS AND EMAIL SIGNATURES
Use the Expo logo, banner and email signature across your email, website and marketing material to tell customers that you will be there in 2017. Simply link them to our website.
Download logos & banners
BLURB FOR YOUR PROMO MATERIAL
Use this blurb in your promotional material, e-newsletters and website to highlight & promote your attendance at the Fair.
Download the Fair Blurb
HARD COPY AND EMAIL INVITATION TO FORWARD TO YOUR CLIENTS
The online exhibitor manual will be available shortly and will include an opportunity for you to choose how many hard copy invitations you would like to receive. These are great for mailing to prospective clients as well as including with any invoices or letters sent to current clients, to invite them to visit your stand.
We can also supply you with an electronic version of the flyer. This will be available in July.
JOIN US ON SOCIAL MEDIA
Follow us on Facebook to see what’s trending in the industry. Share our posts, invite your customers to follow us, and tag us when you are using your own social media channels.
Follow the National Education Summit Facebook and Twitter for Summit updates.
Use the hashtag #NESMelb to join the conversation
Do you have press releases highlighting your products, regular blog posts or any content we can use in our pre-fair marketing? Send it through and we will include it where possible, including on the Expo website, pre-show marketing and social media.
Contact us to share content
PR AND MEDIA COVERAGE
Do you have an exciting announcement you would like to make in conjunction with the Expo? Are you launching a new product or running a competition? Feel free to contact HotHouse Media & Events on 03 9682 0222 to tell us about your plans.
Email HotHouse for PR enquiries
Take advantage of the comprehensive FREE seminar program held inside the Show. The program includes leading experts focusing on learning technologies, literacy and classroom management, through to teaching and learning programs across the curriculum. PD hours are available for each session you attend.*More sessions will be released close to the date
10.15am - 11.00amLegal Liability-understanding your duty of careJulie Quinn, Australian Education Union
11.15am - 12.15pmWhat works: How to engage all kids but especially kids from disadvantaged backgrounds. Dr David Zyngier, Monash University
1.15pm - 2.00pmEngaging lesson starters for the Mathematics classroomAnn Kilpatrick and Helen Haralambous, Secondary Mathematics Consultants, The Mathematical Association of Victoria
10.45am - 12.45pmThe Positive & Productive Classroom – Dealing with Common Classroom Challenging BehaviourJo Lange, Behaviour Specialist
1.15pm - 2.00pmIgniting gifted learners to reach their potentialPenny Willoughby
2.15pm - 3.00pmLearning with Emotions in Mind: filling up a child's learning tank with Confidence, Persistence and ResilienceHelen Davidson, Best Program 4 Kids
3.15pm - 4.00pmFidget to Focus - When and why on earth would you give a child a ‘fidget toy’ in the classroom? Practical hints for effective use.Penny Melsom and Caryn Mincherton, Skillbuilders
10.15am - 11.00amInspiring mathematical thinking with games and picture story booksJennifer Bowden and Ellen Corovic, Primary Mathematics Consultants, The Mathematical Association of Victoria
11.15am - 12.00pmShifting the Literacy Paradigm – Australian Educators as Agents for ChangeDenyse Ritchie, The THRASS Institute
11.15am - 12.00pmThe Best Step to Writing SuccessJen McVeity, Seven Steps to Writing Success
The K-12 Digital Classroom Practice Conference explores best digital classroom practice to achieve superior teaching and learning outcomes.
Innovation in Education: Re-thinking, re-conceptualising and re-designing learning today for better outcomes tomorrow.
G9 Education will once again present Master Classes for Principals and school leadership teams. G9 is a consortium of highly experienced educational consultants working together to improve schools and schooling.
Hear from industry professionals, special needs teaching specialists, parents and those living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as they discuss the latest research on Autism and provide you with practical strategies for teaching students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in the mainstream primary and secondary classroom.
Join a cross section of health professionals, specialist educators, academics & principals as they explore how teen girls can find success in today’s co-educational school environment and how schools can teach, build and promote resilience in students.
AEU Victoria is the Victorian branch of the Australian Education Union — the federal union for teachers, principals, education support staff and all educators working in government schools and government-funded early childhood, TAFE and adult education. The AEU is the union for those who work in Day Services, Business Services officers, Employment officers, Program Managers and CEOs who work in the disability sector in Victoria.
With nearly 50,000 members, the AEU campaigns for education professionals, for public education and for social justice.
AEU Victoria caters for the personal, professional and industrial needs of its members. We work with members to improve conditions of employment and to advance professional interests. We promote the value of the work of our members within society.www.aeuvic.asn.au
Since 1996 the THRASS Institute has provided teachers, parents and support staff with the tools, strategies and subject knowledge to explicitly teach the phonographic code of English as required by ACARA.
It provides a cost effective whole-school literacy model that is sustainable from foundation onwards and as a classroom strategy THRASS is fun, systematic, explicit and linguistically correct.
THRASS Professional Learning empowers teachers to effortlessly cater
for multi-level classrooms, ESL learners and students with Dyslexia or other Specific Learning Difficulties.
The THRASS Charts and various support materials are the most widely used and recognised teacher reference tools for teaching the phonographic code and orthography of English.
Bostik is a strong brand in stationery, DIY, and home decorator products. Brands including, Blu-Tack, Clag and Blu & Glu Stik are known and trusted by Australians for many decades.
Imagination is at the heart of Bostik’s products and craft ideas. Each creative idea is special and unique and just like Bostik’s range of craft glues and adhesives, each one will help you shape, design and build your ideas into a work of art.
It doesn’t matter what you are creating, whether it be for a school project, a decorative feature for your home or just to unwind and let your creative energy run free, Bostik has everything you need.
At Bostik we believe that creativity is within all of us and this is where we want to help you unleash your imagination. We have created a place to start you on your creative journey, visit our website www.ideasthatstickbostik.com.au and start crafting your own world of paper crafts with Bostik.
All Bostik products are non-toxic and safe for all of the family to use.
ABIA provides APST-aligned training for educators working with children with autism. From our highly sought-after Making it Work in the Classroom, to our 3-hour tailored workshops (Behaviour Management, Social Skills, and Managing ASD), expect to come away up-skilled, informed, and ready to implement change.
The Mathematical Association of Victoria (MAV) is an innovative membership driven association which provides a voice, leadership and professional support for mathematical education. MAV supports its members by working with experts including leading academics, education consultants, exemplary classroom teachers, the Victorian Department of Education, and industry partners to provide professional learning, publications, resources and advocacy in the interests of members and the wider community.
1 June 20174 Conferences, 1 Master Class, 1 Free Expo all under 1 roof
NATIONAL EDUCATION SUMMIT & THE EDUCATION SHOW
FRIDAY 1 – SATURDAY 2 SEPTEMBER, MELBOURNE CONVENTION & EXHIBITION CENTRE
A key event on the academic calendar, the National Education Summit returns to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre on September 1–2, 2017 offering concurrent conferences, masterclasses and interactive seminars tailored to principals, school leaders and business managers and educators from K-12.
Co-located with the National Education Summit, The Education Show is the official free exhibition of the Summit and will feature over 100 exhibitors showcasing school resources and products as well as services and technology for classrooms, schools and careers.
As part of The Education Show, there will also be a free seminar program featuring leading experts.
Presenting a unique opportunity for education and teaching professionals to strengthen their skills and stay ahead of the curve, the National Education Summit also presents a comprehensive seminar program which encourages new ways of thinking and problem solving.
A cross-section of Australia’s most prominent industry leaders will speak across some of the most pertinent and timely topics in the education and learning sector.
Autism in every classroom (September 1)Jamie Coombs and Cressida Crossley, founders of Necessary Educational Strategies for Teachers and Students (NESTS), Richard Eisenmajer (psychologist, The ASD Clinic), Sarah Wood (psychologist, Autism Behavioural Intervention Association), Kate Koullas (Partner & Founder, Yellow LadyBugs and Miles Glaspole (student and comedian)
Learning and Teaching Symposium (September 2)Dr Lyn Sharratt (Professor, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at University of Toronto), Nicholas Hall, Jasmine Ryan and Lucy Keath (primary principals, Catholic Education Diocese of Sandhurst), Danielle Purdy (Senior Education Officer, Cairns Diocese – Catholic Education Services) and Dr Jared Cooney Horvath (Science Of Learning research scientist and lecturer at The University of Melbourne)
Teaching Adolescent Girls Conference (September 2)Dr Michael Carr Gregg (leading Australian child psychologist and Managing Director, The Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre), Dr Jared Cooney Horvath (Science Of Learning research scientist and lecturer at The University of Melbourne), Kathryn Taylor (Director, Turning Point Consulting), Sally Rigley (psychologist, The ASD Clinic) and Elle Steele (Director, Create Believe Achieve)
Additionally, G9 Education will again present a Master Class for Principals and School Leaders (September 1) and the K-12 Digital Classroom Practice Conference (September 1 & 2) will explore best digital classroom practice to achieve superior teaching and learning outcomes.
Professional Development hours are available on all events attended at the National Education Summit and The Education Show’s free seminar program.
For more information or to register your interest, please visit:www.nationaleducationsummit.com.au or www.theeducationshow.com.au
To keep up to date with news from the National Education Summit and The Education Show: www.facebook.com/NationalEducationSummit/ or www.facebook.com/theeducationshowau
6 September 2016
Those in the education industry converged on Melbourne for THE EDUCATION SHOW recently, with close to 2,700 visitors attending the three-day event. Held from 2-4 September at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, and showcasing over 100 suppliers of education products and services, THE EDUCATION SHOW delivered the latest resources for classrooms, schools and careers.
THE EDUCATION SHOW was a part of the inaugural National Education Summit, where principals, school leaders, business managers and educators from K-12 came together and enjoyed concurrent conferences, masterclasses and interactive seminars, all under the one roof.
A highlight of THE EDUCATION SHOW was the Free Seminars featuring a number of leading experts. Held over all three days of the event, these free sessions focused on learning technologies, literacy and classroom management through to teaching and learning programs across the curriculum.
A popular feature of the Show was the Autism Spectrum Disorder Mini Conference, with keynote speaker Professor Suzanne Carrington. Attendees took advantage of this important mini conference that has been designed to highlight the latest research on autism from a students’ perspective.
On the Sunday, visitors participated in the free Wellbeing Workshop, which focused on how teachers can manage their stress levels, and included a dynamic yoga session.
Additional to THE EDUCATION SHOW, over 800 delegates participated in the concurrent Conferences that were taking place as part of the National Education Summit, which were all wonderful networking and learning opportunities for those involved.
THE EDUCATION SHOW will be returning to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from 1-3 September 2017. Enquiries can be made through International Exhibition & Conference Group on telephone 03 9596 9205.
7 July 2016
More than 70 companies offering education products and services have confirmed their participation in THE EDUCATION SHOW to date. Taking place from 2-4 September in Melbourne, THE EDUCATION SHOW will deliver the latest resources, products and services for classrooms, schools and also careers. It will be a great opportunity for professional development, with visitors able to earn CPD points simply by attending.
Exhibitors who have just joined the growing list of Exhibitors include Wild Action, Literacy Planet, Firefly Learning, Irlen Dyslexia Clinic, and Internet Education and Safety Services, to name a few, with Thrass Institute the Major Corporate Sponsor.
The free seminars are a feature of the event. Over the three day event, the seminar program will host a number of leading experts focusing on:
•Super size your literacy results, Thrass•The best step to writing success, Seven Steps•Sustainable phonics is the English code breaker, Thrass•Change how you teach spelling: Be explicit, diagnostic and engaging, DIPL•Pormpuraaw State School: Closing the Literacy Gap through Improved Teacher Subject knowledge, Thrass•Online rights and responsibilities - Not so virtual, Internet Education & Safety Services•(Digital) wellbeing in schools - a shared concern, Alannah & Madeline Foundation•Digital technologies - let’s get started, Education Services Australia•Why is robotics literacy important? Teaching programming and coding with NAO, The Brainary•Competition robotics: Why nerds are the next sporting heroes in your school, Bricks 4 Kidz•The recycling dilemma – Why recycling isn’t the answer, Ecobin•Don’t waste your leaders!, Ceres•Managing behaviours in the classroom: Positive behaviour support for children with an Autism•Spectrum Disorder, ABIA•International School Teaching; “A world of opportunity awaits.”, Search Associates•The Outback is actually a lot of peoples Infront: Learning to listen and read the country of the NT, NT Learning•Just one day: A deep learning experience, International Needs Australia•Fighting extinction at school, Zoos Victoria
The Education Show is a part of the inaugural National Education Summit, where principles, school leaders, business managers and educators from K-12 will come together and enjoy concurrent conferences, masterclasses and interactive seminars, all under the one roof.
EVENT: THE EDUCATION SHOWDATES:2-4 September 2016VENUE:Melbourne Convention & Exhibition CentreWEB:theeducationshow.com.au
Interested in visiting? Register to visit today at www.theeducationshow.com.au
8 June 2016
Taking place from 2-4 September in Melbourne, THE EDUCATION SHOW will deliver the latest resources, products and services for classrooms, schools and also careers. It will be a great opportunity for professional development, with visitors able to earn CPD points simply by attending.
Returning to Melbourne after two years, exhibiting companies are excited about the event which has a new home at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. The spotlight will be on new products, services, resources, technology and information, with confirmed exhibitors including Thrass Institute, The Brainary, Zoos Victoria, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, Smart Education, Autism Behavioural Intervention Association, Scouts Victoria, NT Learning Adventures, Alannah & Madeline Foundation, Commbox, Lenovo, Monash University, IG3 Education, Colourful Learning to name a few.
With Thrass Institute as the Major Corporate Sponsor, a key feature of the show will be the extensive professional development program, where visitors have the opportunity to attend over 45 free seminars on topics from teaching and learning programs across the curriculum, to classroom management and learning technologies.
For exhibitor, visitor, sponsorship or general enquiries contact us at the details below.
International Exhibition & Conference Group Pty Ltd Level 1, 197 Bay Street BRIGHTON VIC 3186 Australia
Tel: +613 9596 9205 Email: email@example.com