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CORE Breakfast programme 2016

Following is the 2016 CORE Breakfast programme for each location.

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Auckland

Auckland Breakfasts are held on Fridays.
Breakfast served: 7.30am
Seminar: 7.45am - 8.45am
Workshop: 9.30am - 12.30pm

Auckland CORE Breakfast seminar programme 2016
Date Seminar Topic Presenters Registrations open
March 18 What will it mean to be educated in 2050? Derek Wenmoth Register
May 27 Building collaborative teaching as inquiry using spirals of inquiry Rebbecca Sweeney Register
June 24 Inclusive Education: What does it look like? Chrissie Butler Register
August 12 Supporting effective learning and teaching using Google Apps for Education Tania Coutts Register
September 16 Non-Māori roles in supporting Māori educational success Alex Hotere-Barnes Register
November 4 Engaging Pasifika parents, families and communities Manu Faaea-Semeatu & Togi Lemanu Register

Download: 2016 Auckland breakfast programme (2.08MB)

 

North Shore — Modern Learning Environments Series

North Shore Breakfasts are held on Fridays.
Breakfast served: 7.30am
Seminar: 7.45am - 8.45am

North Shore CORE Breakfast seminar programme 2016
Date Seminar Topic Presenters Registrations open
April 1 The Situation: Understanding the 'Why' of innovative learning environments. What does the research say? Mark Osborne, Jo Robson & Kate Friedwald Register
May 20 The Site: Learning beyond the classroom — Outdoor learning, school as basecamp Mark Osborne, Jo Robson & Kate Friedwald Register
August 26 The Structure: Designing an innovative learning environment Mark Osborne, Jo Robson & Kate Friedwald Register
October 28 The Stuff: Getting furniture right within an innovative learning environment Mark Osborne, Jo Robson & Kate Friedwald Register

Download: 2016 North Shore breakfast programme (2.08MB)

 

Hamilton

Hamilton Breakfasts are held on Thursdays.
Breakfast served: 7.30am
Seminar: 7.45am - 8.45am
Workshop: 9.30am - 12.30pm

Hamilton CORE Breakfast seminar programme 2016
Date Seminar Topic Presenters Registrations open
March 17 What will it mean to be educated in 2050? Derek Wenmoth Register
May 26 Future-focused education: The Maker Movement in schools Mark Osborne Register
June 23 Non-Māori roles in supporting Māori educational success Alex Hotere-Barnes Register
August 11 Improving learning: Student engagement using the key competencies as a measure Cathie Johnson Register
September 8 Engaging Pasifika parents, families and communities Manu Faaea-Semeatu & Togi Lemanu Register
November 10 Innovative pathways to Māori achieving success as Māori Janelle Riki-Waaka Register

Download: 2016 Hamilton breakfast programme (689KB) 

 

Wellington

Wellington Breakfasts are held on Fridays.
Breakfast served: 7.15am
Seminar: 7.30am - 8.30am
Workshop: 9.15am - 12.15pm

Wellington CORE Breakfast seminar programme 2016
Date Seminar Topic Presenters Registrations open
March 18 Non-Māori roles in supporting Māori educational success Alex Hotere-Barnes Register
May 27 Improving learning: Student engagement using the key competencies as a measure Cathie Johnson Register
June 17 What will it mean to be educated in 2050? Derek Wenmoth Register
August 12 Future-focused education: The Maker Movement in schools Mark Osborne Register
September 16 Assessment with a Pasifika lens Manu Faaea-Semeatu & Togi Lemanu Register
November 4 The power of research thinking to transform teaching and learning Louise Taylor & Keryn Davis Register

Download: 2016 Wellington breakfast programme (2.08MB)

 

Christchurch

Christchurch Breakfasts are held on Tuesdays.
Breakfast served: 7.30am
Seminar: 7.45am - 8.45am
Workshop: 9.30am - 12.30pm

Christchurch CORE Breakfast seminar programme 2016
Date Seminar Topic Presenters Registrations open
March 8 Building collaborative teaching as inquiry using spirals of inquiry Rebbecca Sweeney Register
May 24 Robotics, coding and the future of learning Tara Fagan Register
June 21 Inclusive Education: What does it look like? Chrissie Butler Register
August 9 Improving learning: Student engagement using the key competencies as a measure Cathie Johnson Register
September 6 Engaging Pasifika parents, families and communities Manu Faaea-Semeatu & Togi Lemanu Register
November 1 Supporting effective learning and teaching using Google Apps for Education Tania Coutts Register

Download: 2016 Christchurch breakfast programme (2.08MB) 

 

Christchurch — Early Years series

Christchurch Early Years Breakfasts are held on Wednesdays.
Breakfast served: 7.30am
Seminar: 7.45am – 8.45am
Workshop: 9.15am – 12.15pm

Christchurch Early Years Breakfast seminar programme 2016
Date Seminar topic Presenters Registrations open
May 25 Digital Technology in Early Years Tara Fagan Register
June 22 Early Years environments as the foundation for future focused education Viv Shearsby Register
July 27 Social competence in the Early Years: Groundwork for 21st century learning Justine Mason Register

 

Dunedin

Dunedin Breakfasts are held on Wednesdays.
Breakfast served: 7.30am
Seminar: 7.45am - 8.45am
Workshop: 9.30am - 12.30pm

Dunedin CORE Breakfast seminar programme 2016
Date Seminar Topic Presenters Registrations open
March 16 Building collaborative teaching as inquiry using spirals of inquiry Rebbecca Sweeney Register
May 25 What will it mean to be educated in 2050? Derek Wenmoth Register
June 22 Ki te Angitutanga — Motivating and accelerating Māori student success and achievement Tahu Paki Register
August 3 Unleashing change: How can we lead and support our teams to transform practice? Karen Melhuish Spencer Register
September 14 Robotics, coding and the future of learning Tara Fagan Register
November 2 The power of research thinking to transform teaching and learning Louise Taylor & Keryn Davis Register

Download: 2016 Dunedin breakfast programme (886KB)