ATSIMA 2020 Online Conference Series ‘Nhewaŋana’ ‘Nhe djämamirriyaŋana’
‘You Speak It’ ‘You Create It’
We are excited to invite you to participate in our inaugural online conference series, this online conference series will not replace the postponed ATSIMA 2020 conference, instead, it offers a special opportunity for speakers and participants to share their journey so far towards the conference experience planned for 2021.
Our first session, which will be a Zoom webinar, will be held on Tuesday, 22 September. The session will open at 3:30 pm (AEST) for a half-hour social session, and the presentations will begin at 4 pm. In this session, we will be hearing from Deb Carmichael, who will give us five ways to include checkpoint in our lesson plans in her presentation ‘Small Shifts, Big Gains’, and Gabrielle Quakawoot, who will explore ancient geometry in ‘The Art of String Theory’ see bio’s and abstracts here. There will be a short interactive Q&A session following the presentations, and you are encouraged to share early questions during the registration process, as well as through the chat facility during the webinar itself. (We will be announcing the details of Sessions 2 and 3 shortly, but as a reminder keep the afternoons of 27 October and 17 November free in your diaries.)
Best of all, we have been able to make this first series free for participants! We will also be recording the session, so please register your interest even if you’re not sure if you can attend the live session, so we can follow up with you afterward.
Please forward the details of the webinar to colleagues who may be interested.
Zoom Webinar Details:
When: Sep 22, 2020, 03:30 PM AEST (Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney)
Topic: ATSIMA Online Conference – Session 1
Please register via the link below:
Download poster here