The Education Show a huge success

Those in the education industry converged on Melbourne for THE EDUCATION SHOW recently, with close to 2,700 visitors attending the three-day event. Held from 2-4 September at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, and showcasing over 100 suppliers of education products and services, THE EDUCATION SHOW delivered the latest resources for classrooms, schools and careers.

THE EDUCATION SHOW was a part of the inaugural National Education Summit, where principals, school leaders, business managers and educators from K-12 came together and enjoyed concurrent conferences, masterclasses and interactive seminars, all under the one roof.

A highlight of THE EDUCATION SHOW was the Free Seminars featuring a number of leading experts. Held over all three days of the event, these free sessions focused on learning technologies, literacy and classroom management through to teaching and learning programs across the curriculum.

A popular feature of the Show was the Autism Spectrum Disorder Mini Conference, with keynote speaker Professor Suzanne Carrington. Attendees took advantage of this important mini conference that has been designed to highlight the latest research on autism from a students’ perspective.

On the Sunday, visitors participated in the free Wellbeing Workshop, which focused on how teachers can manage their stress levels, and included a dynamic yoga session.

Additional to THE EDUCATION SHOW, over 800 delegates participated in the concurrent Conferences that were taking place as part of the National Education Summit, which were all wonderful networking and learning opportunities for those involved.

THE EDUCATION SHOW will be returning to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from 1-3 September 2017. Enquiries can be made through International Exhibition & Conference Group on telephone 03 9596 9205.