In partnership with the NSW Department of Education

NSW Government Education


Friday, 23 September 2022 | 8 AM – 4:30 PM
UNSW Kensington, John Niland Scientia Building

Event Overview

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted almost every element of our lives, with education being no exception. Despite the challenges of the past two years, schools around the state have seized the opportunity to transform education within NSW. At the departmental level, the NSW Department of Education launched a range of initiatives to support our state’s education.

Digital teaching and learning pedagogies have been fundamental to the continuity of education during lockdown. As schools across the country shut down, teachers turned to technology to maintain contact with pupils. This new way of delivering schooling remotely and blended digital teaching and learning models have now bedded into everyday practice, with confidence and expertise growing in digital delivery.

NSW Department of Education, in partnership with Public Sector Network, are excited to bring you the NSW Government Education Showcase 2022. The Showcase is designed to provide the chance to assess and identify common challenges, connect with peers for a meaningful exchange, and find appropriate solutions for your institution. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn from best-practice case studies, hear policy updates, test out technology from leading suppliers and network with peers and EdTech pioneers.

Benefits of Attending

Hear from NSW Department of Education on the future roadmap for 2022 and beyond

Listen to over 25 speakers from across NSW, interstate and overseas around the future of education

Network with Techies, Teachers, Staff and Leaders

A Sneak Peek Of Your Inspiring Speakers

Sandie Matthews,
Chief Information and Data Officer,
NSW Department of Education

Anthony Manning,
Chief Executive,
School Infrastructure NSW

Robyn Evans,
NSW Primary Principals Association

Craig Peterson,
NSW Secondary Principals Council

Hon. Sarah Mitchell, MLC,
Minister for Education and Early Learning,
NSW Government

Ruth Owen,
Chief Operating Officer,
NSW Department of Education

Mark Harris,
Auburn North Public School

Aimee Phillips,
A/Principal Education Officer, Digital Support Team, Rural Access Gap,
NSW Department of Education

Key Sessions

The NSW Government Education Showcase 2022 features the latest initiatives; sharing insights via keynote presentations, case studies, and panel discussions. To provide additional perspective, concurrent streams and insight theatres will address more specific topics and challenges in the worlds of ICT in education and tech-enabled learning faced by public school leaders today.

Keynote SessionsPanel SessionsICT in EducationTech-Enabled Learning

Digital Transformation of Education – Building Capacity and Capability to Deliver World Class Education and Support

Building the Future of Education in NSW

Sustaining Technological Transformation in 2022 and Beyond

Creating Equitable Learning Opportunities: Rural Access Gap Program Update

Re-imagining Future Ready Schools to Optimise Student Learning and Teacher Productivity

What Does Technology Mean to You?

Keynote Session

Applying Digital Tools and Data Insights to Enhance Teaching and Learning

Keynote Session

Creating a Virtual Classroom with Collaborative Tools for Optimal Remote Learning Experience

Panel Discussion

C-Suite Spotlight: Insights on Adapting to Crisis Learning

Keynote Session

Leading Educational Change in a Digital World – Challenges, Opportunities and Successes

Keynote Session

Leveraging Technology Solutions to Create Seamless Authentic Learning Opportunities

Panel Discussion

Educators Perspective: Exploring the Merits and Pitfalls of Innovative Pedagogical Methods

View the agenda for the full speaker lineup, sessions, and event timeline

Your Registration

Full Access to Exhibitions

Network with leading solutions providers

Unrivalled Content

Access to plenary sessions and your choice of specialist streams


Morning tea and lunch provided

Networking Drinks

Kick up your heels after a big day of insights

Keeping You Safe

UNSW Kensington

John Niland Scientia Building

Public Sector Network will closely monitor COVID-19 regulations in accordance with the advice from the Government and local health authorities to ensure the safety of everyone who wish to attend the event physically. In addition, we will be working closely with the venue to ensure precautionary measures are in place.

Our Event Partners

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