Education 🎓Learn about learning, teach about teaching, and educate about education.
We are currently reviewing the submissions for the Education track.Are you a high school student who has used Python in a project or class assignment? Are you hacking on something cool in your spare time? We want to hear about it!
Submit a talk to the Student Showcase
Hear more about Education from the track organisersWatch the PyConline AU Stream for Education: What should excite you about the Education track?
With the Education track (and the entire event being online this year, this is a great oppourtinuty to get a bunch of voices that would otherwise be really difficult to hear from in an in-person event.
We are particularly interested in regional teachers and students to submit a talk for this track.
What's our jam? Anything that relates to teaching or learning Python, what's worked and what hasn't worked (and/or failed spectacularly!)
It's not only for educators or teachers. It's for anyone who is interested in the technology curriculum, and how to guide new coders through this landscape.
We love hearing about classroom topics, about extra curricular topics. From primary through to tertiary, we want to hear about it.
You do not need to be an expert in order to present!
What about the student showcase?
This was started a few years ago, as shorter pitches presented by students. It doesn't have to be in the classroom, it can be a personal project.
If you want to submit to the Student Showcase, you can submit here: https://forms.gle/F6JhtbFoZhVBzvz16
Need help with your submission? Check our CFP for mentorship details.