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    E3 Connect MAY: Delving into AI - Integration with Entrepreneurial Education

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    Unlock the potential for AI for your entrepreneurial curriculum with our professional development session, "Delving into AI - Integration with Entrepreneurial Education." 

    Our May E3 Connect event, crafted by and for forward-thinking educators and curriculum developers, offers the keys to seamlessly embedding AI technologies into your teaching practices and course designs.

    Guest Thought Leader: 

    Supported by Leon Furze, an educator,  AI and education thought leader and Young Change Agents Board member, Leon will share his expertise, thinking, models and frameworks to support educators integrating AI into our entrepreneurial education curriculum design and assessment. Leon has developed the AI Assessment Scale which identifies ways to adjust assessments with GenAI effectively and ethically. He has recently published Practical AI Strategies: Engaging with Generative AI in Education. Leon will help us navigate this terrain with an open mind and a discerning eye, and stresses the need for educators to have the fundamental skills to work with generative AI. Leon will also touch on the Australian Framework for Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Schools released in December 2023 and what this means for schools/the classroom. 

    Guest Educator: 

    Miriam Scott will join us as our guest educator and all round AI tech champion. Miriam is the Head of Digital Education at Hillbrook and is super passionate about enabling teachers to feel confident and capable integrating AI into their learning and teaching strategies. Miriam has developed a website, designed as a starter kit for anyone looking to integrate generative AI in their school for education. Miriam is at the forefront of integrating AI into education and is driven to enhance the experience for educators, students, and schools. 

    What to expect? 

    • Understand AI Fundamentals: Grasp the core concepts and capabilities of AI, and how they can be leveraged to foster innovation and creativity in entrepreneurial education

    • Curriculum Design: Learn how to design and implement AI-enhanced lessons that not only teach the fundamentals of entrepreneurship but also empower students to use AI as a tool for business analysis, decision-making, and innovation.

    • Ethical Considerations: Address the ethical implications of AI in education and business, preparing teachers and students to navigate the complex moral landscape of modern technology.

    • Practical frameworks: tools and examples for integrating AI into your classroom and assessment

    • Future Trends: Insights into how AI is shaping education and government strategic priorities 

    • Network and Collaborate: Connect with peers and these leading experts in AI and education, sharing best practices and forming valuable partnerships.


    Dr Renae Jones (Young Change Agents) + Tom Griffith (Head of Teaching and Learning, Seaton High School, SA) 


    1. Welcome and Introductions

    Thought leadership: with Leon Furze

    3. Unconference: with Miriam Scott 

    4. Q&A in virtual breakout rooms with Leon and Miriam + opportunity to network 

    5. Event announcements and save the dates

    E3 Connect Purpose: knowledge sharing, problem-solving, celebrating, thought leadership, professional development, and community creation

    Who should attend: EDUCATORS - all levels of School entrepreneurial education (EE) talent! 

    Exploratory Entrepreneurial Educator - curious, dipping your toes in, keen to learn more
    Discovery Entrepreneurial Educator
    - discovering the opportunities, challenges, and achievements of EE
    Resilient Entrepreneurial Educator 
    - monitoring progress and accomplishments of your EE programs which grow yearly. 
    Celebratory Entrepreneurial Educator 
    - collaborating and celebrating the achievements of your EE pathway approach
    Lifelong Entrepreneurial Educator
    - actively engaged, supporting, and championing EE in your community 

    After each session, attendees will receive a professional development certificate from Young Change Agents recognising your attendance and professional development time and topics to contribute towards your mandatory professional learning hours. 

    Whether you are an E3 unconference alumni or keen to know more about introducing entrepreneurial education into your school and teaching practice, this session is for you!

    We are excited to see you there. 

    Questions: contact Renae at

    What is E3?

    Based on the success of our 2022 Entrepreneurial Educators Exchange (E3) and 2023 Leadership in-person events, we are excited to introduce regular events to facilitate networking and learning from educators and leaders across Australia. The Entrepreneurial Education Exchange (E3) is a community of practice for schools and the wider eco-system involved in introducing and embedding entrepreneurial education into Australian schools. As an emerging discipline, schools can share successes, challenges, and opportunities whilst advocating for wider support and recognition of the value of this type of education as one part of a wider approach.

    About Young Change Agents

    Young Change Agents  is a not-for-profit social enterprise that specialises in helping youth develop their enterprising skills, such as innovative, critical and creative thinking, using initiative, being adaptable, problem solving and decision making skills, as well as communication and collaboration. Our mission is to reach every young Australian to help them see problems as opportunities through the vehicle of social enterprise. We do this through school workshops and entrepreneurial education development in the form of professional development workshops, national un-conferences and technology which enables access to all.

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