I started to reflect on why I was being dismissive and not appreciative of the information my device was trying to tell me, to slow down and to take a break from my phone. I like that I’m capable of making that call, and know when I’ve had too much time online. It brought me to question, how do we enable students to do the same?Read More
I am bringing positive change to the workplace and I want to be a role model to women, men, boys and girls wanting to be in tech.Read More
We are so excited to host our first High Tea for Women in IT, in partnership with MITIE.
We look forward to joining our group of passionate and exceptional people in education and IT on Monday November 19 for an afternoon of insightful conversation and connection at the beautiful Primus Hotel, Sydney. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet and connect with those who champion, support and encourage women's growth and presence in edtech.Read More
Our definition of creativity and the dispositional traits we attributed to being creative kept bringing us back to the feeling of flow - essentially when we forgot the technology was there. It’s about the embodiment of creativity, what do we feel, think and do when we are being creative?Read More
The ‘Introducing ed/it women co.' event gave our members the opportunity to get to know us better, and to see what drives our philosophy at ed/it women co. It also gave them the chance to connect with other like minded people who are committed to empowering women to increase their presence and prominence in educational technology.Read More
I want you to picture someone saying '...but i'm not good at I.T.'.
Who do you think of? What gender do you associate with that comment and what age do you imagine that person to be?Read More
“Three cities. 80+ speakers. 30+ talks and workshops. 10,000 women.” What’s not to like?
Business Chicks advertises the day as “a 2-day festival bringing together 10,000 women for talks, panels + workshops from entrepreneurs, CEOs and creatives at the top of their game.”Read More
You may have heard networking referred to as 'smoozing' or 'working the crowd' and this insinuates inauthentic relationships for the purpose of moving up the ladder. Hey, if that's what you think networking is, you're going to burn some bridges very quickly!Read More
There is little or no improvement in the numbers of women in technology. McCann emphasised that
“we are living in the time of the lowest rate (35%) of women working in the tech industry. ”
MITIE are one of our key collabs - their term conferences offer a wide array of content for a diverse group of people from educational technology.Read More
If you don't experience, I hope you get the chance to. I hope it's rife in our community of ed/it women!
We aim to connect to each other through face to face events and podcasts and opportunities to develop mutual understanding, inspiration and professional conversation.Read More