NSW past events
6th Mar 15
The Annual Fellows Dinner has long been a tradition for ACE NSW.
23rd Mar 15
ACE NSW invites you to attend this dinner meeting discussing hope wellbeing and engagement as factors that drive students.
26th Mar 15
Sharing the Early Start initiative
This Breakfast Seminar will be held in the new purpose-built Early Start Centre.
There will be a guest speaker who will outline the key functions of the centre and highlight its role as part of the educational functions of the university. There will also be a tour of the facility.
7th May 15
For all educators interested in Professional Teaching Standards and teacher accreditation, this workshop aims to improve the understanding of the higher professional teaching standards, for example, the Highly Accomplished and Lead.
27th May 15
Welcome to the digital revolution: Education in the age of disrupted learning
Come and celebrate the launch of the ACE Liverpool Macarthur Region, at a dinner seminar. ACE invites you to take up the opportunity to hear an international education expert, Ian Jukes, talk on 'The Age of Disruptive Learning'.
18th Jun 15
In Conversation with our NSW Education Minister, the Hon. Adrian Piccoli
23rd Jun 15
ACE NSW and the Inner Sydney region present a twilight seminar with Guest Speaker - Dr Paul Brock speaking about his long career in education.
12th Aug 15
ACE Illawarra/South Coast Regional Group's presentation of the 2015 Outstanding Achievement Awards.
26th Aug 15
Helping children succeed
This seminar with Professor Sharynne McLeod will look at why speech and language competence is important to life success.
9th Oct 15
Dinner and Wyndham Oration delivered by the Wyndham Medallist for 2015
29th Oct 15
A recognition of quality teachers in the ACE North Harbour/Ku-ring-gai Regions encompasses an evening event with guest speaker Professor Kathryn Brennan, FACE.
21st Mar 16
Guest speaker Dr Pete Goss will be presenting on the evening's topic which draws from a recent report from the Grattan Institute–Embedding targeted teaching in every classroom.
7th Apr 16
The leader in me
26th Apr 16
Vote for significant positions within the local group
31st May 16
Trust and verify: Finding the balance in our schools and school systems.
The SYDNEY METRO TWILIGHT SEMINAR is a joint annual collaboration with all ACE Sydney Regions: Inner Sydney, North Harbour/ Ku-ring-gai, Hills/ Parramatta, Liverpool/ Macarthur and Sutherland St George.
26th Oct 16
The Australian College of Educators (Illawarra/South Coast Regional Group) hosts the ACE Recognition Awards.
27th Oct 16
As part of celebrating World Teachers Day and acknowledging educators who are making a difference, we will sharing the work of a life member of the Australian College of Educators Dr Colin Yarham.
28th Oct 16
Relax and celebrate World Teachers' Day with your colleagues from schools in the Mid North Coast and Hastings District as they receive Citations to acknowledge their outstanding achievements in education
1st Nov 16
The ACE Inner Sydney Region 2016 Annual Awards celebrates and awards outstanding educators and their achievements. Mr Murat Dizdar will deliver the Anna Hogg Oration.
9th Nov 16
This is the inaugural World Teachers Day Awards for the Sutherland St George Region. Schools, TAFE Colleges and University institutions are invited to nominate an educator or a team program demonstrating excellence in teaching practice.
17th Nov 16
Relax and celebrate World Teachers' Day with your colleagues from schools, preschools, universities and TAFE in the greater Coffs Harbour Area (Macksville to Ballina to Dorrigo to Lismore areas) as they receive Citations to acknowledge their outstanding achievements in education.
2nd Mar 17
Integrating Occupational Therapy Services within the Mainstream Classroom: It’s not just about pencil grip!
3rd Mar 17
ACE NSW has expanded this annual Fellows dinner to include Fellows (past and present) as well as Life Members and invited guests.
20th Mar 17
Fads, myths & legends: unproven or disproved strategies and resources for teaching
Dinner meeting with guest speaker Professor Stephen Dinham.