ACMI presents

Education in Games Summit 2018

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Part of Melbourne International Games Week and co-presented by ACMI and the Victorian Department of Education the Education in Games Summit 2018 is invigorating game-based learning in classroom practice.

Hear from the inspiring Meenoo Rami, Manager Minecraft Education at Microsoft, who is presenting the opening keynote. She is joined by an unparalleled range of great speakers including Brett Leavy sharing highlights from his Virtual Songlines Indigenous software toolkit, Matthew Harrison exploring specialist technologies to support learners with additional needs, Ivan Davies from League of Legends on eSports Education, leading classroom teachers sharing practical classroom learning ideas, along with speakers from Unity Education, ABC Education, Apple Education, and much more. 

This is the 2018 professional learning opportunity that will equip you for the future.    

8.00am registration  
9.00am program begins 
4.30pm conclusion of events 
Post summit networking and refreshments at ACMI Café 

Full speaker list and program available soon.

TICKET PRICES (booking link below) 

Early bird incentive! There are still free PAX passes available (Saturday only) if you buy tickets now – get in quick!

Full Registration: $165 inc gst includes all employed, government, corporate participants.  Concession: $88 inc gst includes concession or student card holders

Group discount: Buy 4 full tickets and pay concession rates only  (cost saving of $77 per ticket on full registrations).  Buy 4 concession tickets and pay for only 3.

Financial Difficulty: Teachers who have difficulty attending due to financial or long distance travel difficulties may be eligible for a discounted registration fee - please contact  

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