ULearn 14

The ultimate modern learning & teaching conference

ULearn14 was a wonderful success.
Thank you to all the 2000 people who contributed to that success. Now is the time for reflection, evaluation, and application of the things that we learnt. Of course, we can all continue the spirit of ULearn14 by being a Connected Educator.

Evaluation - have your say

We urge you to send us your feedback by completing the ULearn14 Conference evaluation. What worked well, what could we consider, add, or improve on from your persepective? Your thoughts are important to us and will be considered in planning future events.

ULearn14 Blog

Visit the ULearn14 blog for keynote reflections, information re digital badges, prize anouuncements, and more. Click on this link to go to the complete ULearn14 Blog 


Links to keynote videos can be found on the keynote speaker page, and other video interviews captured by EDTalks during the conference will be loaded throughout the coming weeks. These may be used to good effect by sharing in your staff meetings.  

ULearn15: Visit the ULearn15 webpage for details and to register your interest.

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What you said about ULearn14

Venue very good. Breakouts well organised. Helpful staff. Great keynote speakers. Very proud that everyone enjoyed Te Arawa experience and hospitality.
Puti Mareroa, Rotorua Lakes High School

I left ULearn14 feeling inspired and motivated to make change happen. Everything that I heard and saw confirmed that I am still passionate about what I do. I now feel excited and ready to begin a journey that uses the skills and knowledge that I have acquired.
Megan Greer, Balmacewen Intermediate

The sense of friendliness, collegiality and the opportunity for networking, both face to face and online. The high quality breakouts.
Neil Anderson, Levin North School

A great variety of breakouts and workshops available, it was a fantastic opportunity to share ideas, collaborate and reassure yourself that actually you are doing a good job back in your own classroom!
Nic, Devonport Primary School



Organiser: Luana Walker
Co-ordinator: Becky Hare

CORE Education
PO Box: 13 678
Phone: (03) 379 6627