Over the next few days teachers across Victoria have the opportunity to attend master classes with Steve Morrill. Steve is currently the Director of Technology & Cyber Science at Loyola Blakefield in Towson Maryland. Prior to joining Loyola Blakefield he spent 13 years managing and teaching technology in the higher education space.
Steve is also the founder of the Loyola Cyber Science Initiative. The team has had great success over the past few years in different cyber challenges including the Maryland Cyber Challenge, and Air Force Association Cyber Patriot.
Over the past few years Steve and his students have been invited to speak at various schools helping to raise awareness, but not paranoia, in the use of social media. His presentations are tailored for the specific audience to help each group understand both the benefits and dangers of our modern on line world. Additionally Steve serves on several cyber education advisory boards to help solve the shortage in skilled STEM employees we are currently seeing.
There are bookings available for three masterclasses (click on the links for the event booking site):
- Wednesday 2nd August (4.00 – 6.00pm) at Deakin Downtown, 727 Collins Street (Collins Square), Level 12, Tower 2, Melbourne CBD, VIC 3008
- Thursday 3rd August (10:00 – 12:00pm) at St. Margaret’s, 27-47 Gloucester Avenue, Berwick, Victoria 3806
- Thursday 3rd August (4.00 – 7.00pm) at Berwick Grammar School, 80 Tivendale Road, Officer, Victoria 3809
For more information contact Renee Hoareau, Director, Education & Engagement, LifeJourney International.
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