Early Career Conference 2021

The Early Career Conference  in 2021 will be held on 23 October at Wynnum State High School, WYNNUM.

The program has been updated to reflect a change in workshop offerings in workshop sessions 2 and 5.

Registrations are now open until Saturday 16 October. As networking is an integral part of this day, it is envisaged that it will essentially be a face-to-face event. However, if there is sufficient demand we may record the keynote and some workshops, with recordings to be made available at a later date. If you are keen but unable to join us, please let our Admin officer know.

The three  workshops on offer in each  session will not necessarily all run, therefore when you are completing your registration, you are asked to nominate a first and second choice for each workshop session. 

Registration process

  1. Scroll down till you see the register button and click on that
  2. put in your email address, if you try to use anyone else's you will not manage to register. If this is the first time, you have registered for an ETAQ event, remember the password you put in.
  3. respond to the questions
  4. when you have finished, you will get a confirmation message on the screen like this: 

Registration for Early /Career Conference 2021  successful 

and underneath that will be a confirmation number and a few other lines BUT not all the information on the webpage

If you do not get a confirmation message like this, email Trish at adminoffier@etaq.org.au

 

 

Venue:Wynnum SHS
Starting:9:00 AM
Saturday 23rd October 2021
Ending:3:00 PM
Email Enquiries: adminofficer@etaq.org.au

Upcoming Events

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Category: Zoom meeting
Start Time: 9:00 AM
Date: Saturday 12th February 2022
Venue: ZOOM
Email Enquiries:  adminofficer@etaq.org.au


March Masterclass 2022

We are delighted to announce our first event for 2022 will be the March Masterclass: Writing: Our future  to be held on Saturday 12 March 2022 at Iona College, Lindum, when Dr Sally Humphrey, senior lecturer (Literacy Education) ACU will present the keynote address. The program will be available by 28 January and registrations will open ...

Category: Master class
Start Time: 8:30 AM
Date: Saturday 12th March 2022
Venue: Iona College


May Seminar 2022

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Category: Seminar
Start Time: 9:00 AM
Date: Saturday 14th May 2022
Venue: To be confirmed


JCU Spectacular 2022

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Category: Seminar
Start Time: 9:00 AM
Date: Saturday 28th May 2022
Venue: ZOOM


Indigenous Perspectives in the Junior Curriculuk

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Category: Seminar
Start Time: 9:00 AM
Date: Saturday 16th July 2022
Venue: Town High, Townsville


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