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Registration Option Quantity Price Total

One-Day Registration - Regular

Conference registration includes attendance and participation at one day of the conference sessions and presentations (i.e., plenary addresses and parallel sessions, lunch and coffee breaks on the days of the conference), attendance at the welcome reception and book launches (when included in conference events), citation and summary of work in the printed conference program and online post-conference program, and membership to the Research Network. (Available for presenters and non-presenters.)

$ 375 $ 0

Virtual Registration

To register for a virtual registration you must have an accepted proposal for a virtual lightning talk or a virtual poster session. This registration type is reserved for those who cannot attend the conference in person but who would still like to participate. A virtual registration includes citation and summary of work in the printed conference program and online post-conference program, access to other virtual content from the conference, an opportunity to submit an article for consideration to the journal, and membership to the Research Network.

$ 250 $ 0

Virtual Student Registration

This option is available to full-time students only. To register for a virtual student registration you must have an accepted proposal for a virtual lightning talk or a virtual poster session. This registration type is reserved for those who cannot attend the conference in person but who would still like to participate. A virtual student registration includes citation and summary of work in the printed conference program and online post-conference program, access to other virtual content from the conference, an opportunity to submit an article for consideration to the journal, and membership to the Research Network.

$ 150 $ 0

Full Conference Registration - Regular

Conference registration includes attendance and participation at all conference sessions and presentations (i.e., plenary addresses and parallel sessions, lunch and coffee breaks on the days of the conference), attendance at the welcome reception and book launches (when included in conference events), citation and summary of work in the printed conference program and online post-conference program, and membership to the Research Network. (Available for presenters and non-presenters.)

$ 475 $ 0

AADES Member Registration - Coupon

This registration option is available to AADES Members who have an ACCEPTED proposal for the conference. All registrations of this type will be verfied.

$ 425 $ 0

Returning Member Registration - Regular

This option is available to individuals who have previously attended this conference or another Common Ground Research Network event. It includes attendance and participation at all conference sessions and presentations (i.e., plenary addresses and parallel sessions, lunch and coffee breaks on the days of the conference), attendance at the welcome reception and book launches (when included in conference events), citation and summary of work in the printed conference program and online post-conference program, and membership to the Research Network. (Available for presenters and non-presenters.)

$ 425 $ 0

Student Registration - Regular

This registration is available to full-time students only. It includes attendance and participation at all conference sessions and presentations (i.e., plenary addresses and parallel sessions, lunch and coffee breaks on the days of the conference), attendance at the welcome reception and book launches (when included in conference events), citation and summary of work in the printed conference program and online post-conference program, and membership to the Research Network. (Available for presenters and non-presenters.)

$ 275 $ 0

Returning Student Registration - Regular

This option is available to full-time students who have previously attended this conference or another Common Ground Research Network event. It includes attendance and participation at all conference sessions and presentations (i.e., plenary addresses and parallel sessions, lunch and coffee breaks on the days of the conference), attendance at the welcome reception and book launches (when included in conference events), citation and summary of work in the printed conference program and online post-conference program, and membership to the Research Network. (Available for presenters and non-presenters.)

$ 225 $ 0

Conference Dinner ONLY (no ferry) at MONA

Join other conference delegates, plenary speakers, and our local organizing committee for a conference dinner at the largest privately funded museum in the Southern Hemisphere, MONA. MONA was designed, by Fender Katsalidis Architects, to be explored—as, a space of wonder and experiment.

Those who opt to not take the ferry will make their own way to MONA. Upon arrival at MONA, you'll be greeted by staff and escorted into the museum for an exclusive viewing of the galleries before dinner. .

Please be sure to book early as space is limited and you won't want to miss this once of a life time experience in Hobart!

Dinner Information Date: Thursday, 2 May Please arrive at MONA: 7:00pm

Set Menu Executive head chef Vince Trim will design a seasonal menu for our group using Tasmania's very best produce from local growers. We'll have the full menu posted shortly and will be sure to send an email once updated!

$ 70 $ 0

Pre-Conference Tour to kunanyi / Mt. Wellington

Join other conference delegates on this pre-conference tour to kunanyi / Mt. Wellington. The tour provides pick up and drop off to the conference hotel.

From our tour company: "Crowned by alpine vegetation and dusted by snow in winter, kunanyi / Mt Wellington enables the visitor to glimpse the unfolding panorama of river, fields and the aquatic setting of Hobart town. It's one of those jaw dropping moments in life, where you reach the top of a mountain and spread out before you is a magnificent sight. kunanyi/Mt Wellington is definitely the place to be in awe. Once you step out of the coach, the view that surrounds you is amazing! You can see Hobart, the Derwent River and beyond. On a clear day you can also see out to Bruny Island. After taking in the views we then make a stop at the Female Factory, once a convict prison for women and children."

Tour Information Date: Wednesday, 1 May Time: 9:00am Duration: 2 hours More information can be found here: https://ubi-learn.com/2019-conference/special-events

$ 40 $ 0

Conference Dinner + Ferry at MONA

Join other conference delegates, plenary speakers, and our local organizing committee for a conference dinner at the largest privately funded museum in the Southern Hemisphere, MONA. MONA was designed, by Fender Katsalidis Architects, to be explored—as, a space of wonder and experiment.

Opt to take the high speed ferry from Brooke Street Pier (a 7 minute walk from the Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart) and enjoy a beverage on board throughout your journey.

Upon arrival at MONA, you'll be greeted by staff and escorted into the museum for an exclusive viewing of the galleries before dinner. If you've included the ferry in your booking, it will take under 25 minutes for it to bring you back to the Brooke Street Pier.

Please be sure to book early as space is limited and you won't want to miss this once of a life time experience in Hobart!

Dinner Information Date: Thursday, 2 May Ferry Departure Time: 6:30 PM

Set Menu Executive head chef Vince Trim will design a seasonal menu for our group using Tasmania's very best produce from local growers. We'll have the full menu posted shortly and will be sure to send an email once updated!

$ 95 $ 0

ALab Tour: Option 1 - 10:00am-12:00pm

The A-Lab is a Digital Technologies and STEM space which is housed at the Peter Underwood Centre; a partnership between the University of Tasmania and the Tasmanian State Government (DoE) in conjunction with the Office of the Governor of Tasmania.

The A-Lab supports schools and teachers to:

-further develop an understanding of the DoE’s STEM framework how to use it to develop STEM approaches for their students -develop an understanding of digital literacy in their implementation of the Digital Technologies Curriculum by assisting them to explore some pedagogical techniques for fostering digital literacy in various learning areas -develop an understanding of the use of ICT in improving learning outcomes for students -embrace the opportunities of blended learning and the use of digital tools for learning.

through:

-comprehensive professional learning sessions of the various digital tools available in the A-Lab and how these can be used to promote/implement Digital Technologies Curriculum as well as the use ICT to enhance student learning in the different subjects and STEM learning inquiries -targeted digital literacy and ICT support for clusters of teachers/schools -providing a non-threatening space for teachers and students to experiment with various tools to develop their skills and interest in STEM.

Booking Information Date: 1 May 2019 Time: 10:00am-12:00pm Location: the ALab 157 Elizabeth Street Hobart

Cost: This event is free to all registered delegates, please register for your preferred time below.

$ 0 $ 0

ALab Tour: Option 2: 2:00pm-4:00pm

The A-Lab is a Digital Technologies and STEM space which is housed at the Peter Underwood Centre; a partnership between the University of Tasmania and the Tasmanian State Government (DoE) in conjunction with the Office of the Governor of Tasmania.

The A-Lab supports schools and teachers to:

-further develop an understanding of the DoE’s STEM framework how to use it to develop STEM approaches for their students -develop an understanding of digital literacy in their implementation of the Digital Technologies Curriculum by assisting them to explore some pedagogical techniques for fostering digital literacy in various learning areas -develop an understanding of the use of ICT in improving learning outcomes for students -embrace the opportunities of blended learning and the use of digital tools for learning.

through:

-comprehensive professional learning sessions of the various digital tools available in the A-Lab and how these can be used to promote/implement Digital Technologies Curriculum as well as the use ICT to enhance student learning in the different subjects and STEM learning inquiries -targeted digital literacy and ICT support for clusters of teachers/schools -providing a non-threatening space for teachers and students to experiment with various tools to develop their skills and interest in STEM.

Booking Information Date: 1 May 2019 Time: 2:00pm-4:00pm Location: the ALab 157 Elizabeth Street Hobart

Cost: This event is free to all registered delegates, please register for your preferred time below.

$ 0 $ 0

Tasmanian eSchool Tour

Please join us for a tour of the Tasmanian eSchool to be held the day before the conference begins.

Tasmanian eSchool was established 100 years ago and delivers educational programs for students from Kindergarten to Year 12 for all public education students in Tasmania. The school is the only one of its kind in the state delivering to students state-wide, inter-state and overseas. Our programs are supported by face to face learning opportunities, to achieve curriculum diversity and to promote student engagement.

The school has two campuses, one in the northern part of Tasmania and another in the south. Access to programs is by either enrolment (isolation) or registration (travel, medical, psychological, pregnancy, school initiated). We provide three additional services to support the Tasmanian community. These include: the Hospital Schools Program for all major hospitals in the state; and the STARS Program, which develops the social skills of students with a diagnosis of High Functioning Autism. The school also delivers local community based outreach programs to students who require specialised intervention services.

Our mission to “provide a safe and supportive learning environment that is personalised, engaging and relevant to enable all students to realise their individual potential” is evident in all that we offer.

Date: Wednesday, 1 May Time: 2-4pm Pick Up: The Conference Hotel, Cost: This event is free to all registered delegates, all attendees who wish to tour the eSchool must be registered for this visit before 22 April.

$ 0 $ 0

Pre-Conference Tour: Iron Pot Cruise

Travel aboard two of our iconic custom-built yellow boats. They are ideal for viewing the coastline and wildlife of Hobart. They feature a unique design with a spacious enclosed cabin, 12 luxury leather seats, a toilet and large awning windows that allow guests to immerse themselves in their surroundings. Cruising down the Derwent River you'll pass historic Battery Point, now one of Tasmania's premium residential addresses. You'll see well-known landmarks like the iconic Wrest Point Casino and the Shot Tower. Further south, you'll truly appreciate the scale of Mount Wellington as it towers over the city. Arrive at the Iron Pot, Australia's oldest lighthouse, and be immersed in the fascinating history as your guide shares stories of Hobart's early settlement. The unique square spire is a testament to convict construction, still standing more than 150 years later. Cruising into Storm Bay, we reach Betsey Island. This uninhabited island is home to a variety of seabirds, including gulls, cormorants and the majestic white bellied sea eagle.

Tour Information Date: Wednesday, 1 May Time: 11:30am

$ 70 $ 0

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