Working With Me

I spend much of my time outside of work with my wife, my family, my dog, reading and running trails. I occasionally still speak at conferences and events about systems, learning, innovation, leadership and the limitations we often place on ourselves.

Feel free to email for further information or to discuss a potential keynote, workshop or presentation.

Official Speaking Biography

Adrian Camm is an educator and speaker who explores the intersection of culture, learning and design.

Currently Director of Teaching & Learning at The Geelong College and Director of the Centre for Learning, Research and Innovation, Adrian has previously held the role of Curriculum Innovation at Quantum Victoria, a Centre of Excellence & Innovation in Science & Mathematics. At Quantum Victoria he developed and led innovative programs utilising the latest technologies and research in the area of STEM education. As a vocal advocate of experiential & project-based learning, Adrian has worked with schools and organizations around the world and has had the chance to present his innovation for the future of learning to leading innovators & thinkers in business & industry including Dr. Edward de Bono, Daniel Dennett and one of USA’s top ten entrepreneurs and inventors Raymond Kurzweil.

A Google Certified Teacher & Curator for Games for Change Australia/New Zealand, Adrian has engaged his audience in thousands of hands-on workshops and conference presentations that are known for big picture thinking whilst being practical, relevant & down to earth. Adrian holds a Masters of Education (Leadership), is a PhD candidate, and has been recognized with many awards during his career including: Best National Achievement – The Ministers Award for Excellence in ICT at the 2009 Australian Awards for Teaching Excellence; Outstanding Secondary Teacher of the Year at the 2010 Victorian Education Excellence Awards and was named the 2012 Information & Communication Technology in Education Victoria (ICTEV), Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE) & Australian Computer Society (ACS) Outstanding Leader of the Year.

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