Breakouts

Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Jeff Stangl and Massey University Panel

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School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Transdisciplinary, Senior Management
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Sean Hann

Process oriented guided inquiry learning (POGIL) is a student centred group learning approach involving 7 process skills, in which students are assigned specific roles and use "models" to

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Science
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Sean Hann

Process oriented guided inquiry learning (POGIL) is a student centred group learning approach involving 7 process skills, in which students are assigned specific roles and use "models" to

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Science
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Teri Sturrock

I will be discussing how I use virtual reality in English and Media Studies to enable exploration for students, as well as a bit of a look at Augmented Reality.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Social Sciences, Integrated Curriculum, Visual Arts, Technology, Digital Technology, English, Digital Pedagogy, Media, Primary school focus, STEM
Format:
Presentation, Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Teri Sturrock

I will be discussing how I use virtual reality in English and Media Studies to enable exploration for students, as well as a bit of a look at Augmented Reality.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Social Sciences, Integrated Curriculum, Visual Arts, Technology, Digital Technology, English, Digital Pedagogy, Media, Primary school focus, STEM
Format:
Presentation, Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Melissa Denzler

This session will focus on my son's battle with mental illness - from both a teacher's and a parent's perspective.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation, Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Bob Mason

How do I identify, track and improve the students in my school most at risk of not fulfilling their academic potential?

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Senior Management, Learner Support, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Mike Hollings, Matiu Jennings, Ricky Prebble, Adele Scott, Emma Young

By popular demand, a follow-up from the 9 March Loop breakfast session!

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Languages
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Wellington High School Enviromental Movement

Sustainability and Ecological Action to save our environment from predators, pollution and people is a hot topic for society, schools and students.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Careers, Cultural Responsiveness, Integrated Curriculum, Primary school focus, Science, Social Sciences, Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion, Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Wellington High School Enviromental Movement

Sustainability and Ecological Action to save our environment from predators, pollution and people is a hot topic for society, schools and students.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Careers, Cultural Responsiveness, Integrated Curriculum, Primary school focus, Science, Social Sciences, Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion, Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Jon Nash & Hayley Knights

Assay is now being used in almost 200 schools in NZ.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Careers, Commerce, Dance and Drama, Digital Technology, Digital Pedagogy, Learner Support, English, Integrated Curriculum, Languages, Maths, Media, Music, Health and PE, Science, Senior Management, Social Sciences, Technology, Visual Arts
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Jon Nash & Hayley Knights

Assay is now being used in almost 200 schools in NZ.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Careers, Commerce, Dance and Drama, Digital Technology, Digital Pedagogy, Learner Support, English, Integrated Curriculum, Languages, Maths, Media, Music, Health and PE, Science, Senior Management, Social Sciences, Technology, Visual Arts
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Angela Roberts

Understanding and setting up a Hapara Workspace.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Pedagogy, Digital Citizenship, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Ann Milne

For almost two decades now, we have been talking about culturally responsive and culturally relevant pedagogy.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Wellbeing, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Ann Milne

For almost two decades now, we have been talking about culturally responsive and culturally relevant pedagogy.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Wellbeing, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Ellen Anderson, Jo Nicholls, Heather Aked and students

Interested in supporting, setting up or developing safer spaces for LGBTTIQ young people?

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Senior Management, Wellbeing
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion, Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Fiona Pearson and Rebecca Feerick

In this session we will share approaches and activities that have proved successful when working with modified or targeted English classes.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
English, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Neal Swindells

Come and discuss how schools might communicate most effectively with parents in the digital age.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Senior Management, Digital Citizenship
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Karen Hu, Bai Hong

If you have a Confucius classroom at your school, this presentation will give you tips on how to manage the Confucius classroom and how to use the budget to transform your Chinese programme to a fu

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Languages
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Linda Todd

Our refugee and migrant students come from diverse backgrounds and experiences.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Languages, Cultural Responsiveness, Wellbeing, Learner Support
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Taylor Hughson

This session will be an honest discussion of the benefits and challenges of creating & teaching a cross-curricular Y11 course.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Integrated Curriculum, English
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Taylor Hughson

This session will be an honest discussion of the benefits and challenges of creating & teaching a cross-curricular Y11 course.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Integrated Curriculum, English
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Anaru White, Connected Learning Advisory

While holding fast to tradition, Māori have long embraced technologies, whether they have been used in the whare or on the marae to nourish, create shelter, warmth, and protection for their people.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Pedagogy, Digital Citizenship, Senior Management, Trans-disciplinary, Cultural Responsiveness
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Anaru White, Connected Learning Advisory

While holding fast to tradition, Māori have long embraced technologies, whether they have been used in the whare or on the marae to nourish, create shelter, warmth, and protection for their people.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Pedagogy, Digital Citizenship, Senior Management, Trans-disciplinary, Cultural Responsiveness
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Sharlene Rogers & Darlene Te Karu

This session will cover key resources available to schools including Ka Hikitia, Tātaiako, Standards for the Teaching Profession, ERO evaluation indicators, and Hautū, that all work to support cult

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Sonia Glogowski

Culture is a term that has been used to cover many things. In educational contexts, it is central to curriculum design, the ways in which we teach, and what we value as outcomes.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Sonia Glogowski

Culture is a term that has been used to cover many things. In educational contexts, it is central to curriculum design, the ways in which we teach, and what we value as outcomes.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Ricardo Livisone

E-Sports is a powerful tool that schools can harness to promote collaboration, self directed learning, and the development of leadership skills.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Digital Technology, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Presentation, Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Kate Judge

A chance for lead teachers from different schools to meet and compare experiences with cyber-safety, BYOD, online learning environments and anything else of interest and possibly set up a local clu

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Digital Pedagogy, Digital Technology, Digital Citizenship
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Fiona Jeffries and Cath Braddock

The session will introduce you to a tool called "Actively Learn" which has helped some of our struggling learners develop stronger reading comprehension skills.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
English
Format:
Hands on Workshop, Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Jayesh Morar

Models of experiential learning in junior commerce courses. Sharing ideas on how we can transform junior commerce into authentic learning experiences.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Commerce, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Jo Neal, Lisa Bagley

This collaborative session will explore the roles and responsibilities of teachers and teacher aides in the secondary school environment.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Learner Support, Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Jo Neal, Lisa Bagley

This collaborative session will explore the roles and responsibilities of teachers and teacher aides in the secondary school environment.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Learner Support, Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Aaron Mead

A focus for our Physical Education department at Paraparaumu College has been to explore ways of personalising the learning for our students through the use of digital technology.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Health and PE
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Gordon Hall

A forum to discuss/share ideas for teachers who are considering starting, or already have started, a Female Computing Club at their school. Just bring yourself and your questions and ideas.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Technology, Digital Pedagogy, Digital Citizenship
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Jenny Engelbrecht, Declan Rynne

We will be talking about how we teach the Financial Literacy Unit Standards at Tawa College. We'd like to have a discussion and sharing of ideas.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Commerce, Maths, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Whaimutu Marino, Christine Te Kiri and students of Te Kura

An opportunity to listen to students who have been pathwayed out of school and have now landed on Te Kura’s doorstep.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Wellbeing
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Sharon Henry, Caroline Lewis

A discussion/presentation on how to improve flipped classroom teaching.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Richard Maxwell

The first half of the session will be looking at my experience in flipping the classroom for the organic topic.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Science
Format:
Presentation, Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Frances Hinchliffe, Natalie Rutherford

A session investigating strategies to link number/numeracy skills to algebra with the opportunity to share strategies. Aimed at teachers wanting to explore other ways of teaching algebra .

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Maths
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Sam McGuire

Sorry, no spicy condiments involved :( So now you're hooked, let's change the metaphor. Like a good rugby game, this workshop is a workshop of two halves!

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Technology, Digital Pedagogy
Format:
Presentation, Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Sam McGuire

Sorry, no spicy condiments involved :( So now you're hooked, let's change the metaphor. Like a good rugby game, this workshop is a workshop of two halves!

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Technology, Digital Pedagogy
Format:
Presentation, Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Richard Edwards, Audrey Siple, Eve Martin

Using Harakeke weaving to celebrate traditional materials in the classroom.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Science, Social Sciences, Trans-disciplinary, Visual Arts
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Anna Neal

1. Introduction to our channel TC News. 2. Benefits and problems faced. 3. What you need. 4. Discussion

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Media
Format:
Presentation, Forum / Panel discussion
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Dame Karen Sewell

Dame Karen Sewell has held the roles of Secretary for Education and Chief Executive of the Ministry of Education, Chief Executive and Chief Review Officer of the Education Review Office and Acting

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Senior Management
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Cushla Thompson and Jenna Freeburg

This will be a hands on session covering three things that we've found effective for getting students taking more responsibility for their learning:

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Maths
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Jenny Caldwell

This session will look at a variety of approaches at how Design can authentically be the integrated into a Level 1 course.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Visual Arts
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Naomi Connolly and Claire Neil

For new teachers of foreign languages and those wanting a refresher course, we will look at some of our strategies for encouraging students to interact confidently in any target language.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Languages
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Simon Hodge, Hamish Davidson, Maria Walker, Mike Ellett

International 101- we will discuss how international students fit into the regional and national education scene, what the statistics and figures on international students are, what international s

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Senior Management, Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Murray Chisholm, Kerry Parker

This session is about using the Young Naturalist Tournament as a way to extend and broaden the skills of talented students.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Science, STEM
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Murray Chisholm, Kerry Parker

This session is about using the Young Naturalist Tournament as a way to extend and broaden the skills of talented students.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Science, STEM
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Sharon Henry, Caroline Lewis

If you haven't yet tried it and are curious about flipping your classroom, this session will explain the basics and give you tips to get started.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Languages, Maths, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Mathieu Connor

Introvert personalities make up at least 40% of the general population.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Wellbeing, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Derek Pryde

The focus of this session is a review of the most recent John Hattie research findings (Visible Learning) on what makes a teacher more effective.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Languages, Cultural Responsiveness, Science, Social Sciences, Commerce, Integrated Curriculum, Visual Arts, Music, Dance and Drama, Technology, Health and PE, English, Learner Support, Maths, Media, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Presentation, Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Derek Pryde

The focus of this session is a review of the most recent John Hattie research findings (Visible Learning) on what makes a teacher more effective.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Languages, Cultural Responsiveness, Science, Social Sciences, Commerce, Integrated Curriculum, Visual Arts, Music, Dance and Drama, Technology, Health and PE, English, Learner Support, Maths, Media, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Presentation, Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Nikki Corbishley

This will be an informal discussion on how we at Wellington College have designed our appraisal cycle around the new standards and Tataiako.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Senior Management
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Adam Whauwhau & Marino Hau

He wā anō kia kitea ngā momo huarahi whakaako i te reo Māori ki runga Ipurangi.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Languages
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Helen McConnell

Supporting an inclusive curriculum which empowers students to explore, learn and grow in an environment which is responsive to their individual interests, strengths and beliefs requires teachers to

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Primary school focus, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Jim Law and the Curriculum Team

This session will begin with a brief overview of key ideas of sustainable assessment - i.e assessment that supports students to be lifelong learners.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Integrated Curriculum
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Guy Mance

This is a hands on workshop to introduce some online tools that you will be able to use when preparing online resources / activities in the classroom.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Languages, Science, Social Sciences, Commerce, Visual Arts, Music, English, Digital Pedagogy, Maths, Primary school focus
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Guy Mance

This is a hands on workshop to introduce some online tools that you will be able to use when preparing online resources / activities in the classroom.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Languages, Science, Social Sciences, Commerce, Visual Arts, Music, English, Digital Pedagogy, Maths, Primary school focus
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Yolanda Steenkamp and Edna de Guzman

This will be an exciting bird's eye view of how on line teaching for NCEA Science and English is delivered at Te Kura.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Pedagogy, English, Science
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Yolanda Steenkamp and Edna de Guzman

This will be an exciting bird's eye view of how on line teaching for NCEA Science and English is delivered at Te Kura.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Pedagogy, English, Science
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Andrew Gordon

A facilitated discussion about hopes and aspirations as we consider the implementation of mindfulness practices in our schools.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing, Senior Management, Health and PE
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Trudy Taukamo

A practical hands-on workshop weaving ideas by creating a personalised korowai.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Wellbeing, Integrated Curriculum
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Caro Atkinson

This session will explore some of the demands and conflicting tensions schools face as we seek to provide a responsive, culturally sensitive and proactive approach to support student wellbeing and

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Nancy Fulford, Caro Atkinson, Nicola Pauling

Parihaka – Birthplace of Peaceful Protest - Looking back to move forward.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Dance and Drama, English, Integrated Curriculum, Languages, Social Sciences, Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Alastair Crawford

This session is a loosely linked look at parody in war poetry with examples from the 19C and 21C.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
English
Format:
Presentation, Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Mark Callagher

Using Lucidchart diagramming encourages students to develop important learning skills.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Commerce, Digital Technology, English, Integrated Curriculum, Languages, Maths, Media, Health and PE, Science, STEM, Social Sciences, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Mark Callagher

Using Lucidchart diagramming encourages students to develop important learning skills.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Commerce, Digital Technology, English, Integrated Curriculum, Languages, Maths, Media, Health and PE, Science, STEM, Social Sciences, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Bevan Holloway, Maiea Ruawai-Hamilton, Mel Eade, Nicole Buick

This year, WGC has moved to make the school values overt and 'lived'.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, English, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Connor Baird, Claire Ross

We want to draw a line in the sand and have an honest open conversation about what we are doing for our Māori students here at Hutt Valley High School. This presentation will come in two parts.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Learner Support, Languages, Wellbeing
Format:
Collaborative Session, Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
David Cournane

Wellington College has been working with Sport NZ on a Pilot Project to look at restructuring sporting structures within schools to better meet the wellbeing needs of our students.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Senior Management, Wellbeing, Health and PE
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Annabel Heenan, Claire Dixon

The WEGC Integrated Studies programme is set up for priority learners who, for a wide variety of reasons, are performing below the expected curriculum level at the end of Year 10.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Learner Support, Integrated Curriculum, Senior Management, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Alex Oldfield, Alice Stevens-Carlyon, Kayleigh Hoffman

The life of a first and second year teacher can be a whirlwind of confusion, marking, fatigue, joy and bravery.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Alan Carman, Suzanne Pidduck

Come and hear about our journey to redesign our timetable. We've looked for a way to grow our student independence and target the skills and dispositions we see as important.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Senior Management, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Alan Carman, Suzanne Pidduck

Come and hear about our journey to redesign our timetable. We've looked for a way to grow our student independence and target the skills and dispositions we see as important.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Senior Management, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Catherine Hill

An opportunity for specialist classroom teachers from all the Loop schools to meet and share what we do and how we do it.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
David Adams

A discussion of new approaches and texts for use in a senior Latin programme.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Languages
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Steve Conroy

This session examines the interconnected aspects of shame, vulnerability and empathy for the purpose of establishing, maintaining and mending relationships with colleagues and students.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Bernie Wills, Frances Horne

We were not convinced that the way we were teaching Maths was the best we could offer for our students and rather than wait for someone else to remodel things (new buildings, flexible timetable etc

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Careers, Learner Support, Languages, Maths, STEM, Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Bernie Wills, Frances Horne

We were not convinced that the way we were teaching Maths was the best we could offer for our students and rather than wait for someone else to remodel things (new buildings, flexible timetable etc

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Careers, Learner Support, Languages, Maths, STEM, Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Nick Trezise-Pohatu

Lessons from our Student and Whanau Service Hub including student voice with a focus on engagement, shared values and respect.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Craig Blacklock & Victor Mau

In this session the presenters will be sharing our experiences of supporting LGBTQI+ students at a large state secondary boys’ school.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion, Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Craig Blacklock & Victor Mau

In this session the presenters will be sharing our experiences of supporting LGBTQI+ students at a large state secondary boys’ school.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion, Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Mark Callagher

MyBlueprint is a free NZQA supported mobile App to help students make confident and informed decisions about their future.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Senior Management, Wellbeing, Careers, Learner Support
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Joan Costello

In this fun, relaxed, workshop you will be given the opportunity to learn 6 accessible, fun and memorable pronunciation tips that will give you confidence to use te reo Māori.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Languages, Cultural Responsiveness
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Jamie O'Connor, Kathleen Kaveney

We will discuss Aotea's experiences with Te Reo including upskilling of teachers, PLD focus, whanau day, use of mihi, 'normalising of Te Reo'.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Senior Management, Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion, Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Bryony Wood

This session will cover the significance of New Zealand Sign Language in secondary schools through an overview of the Year 9 course taught at WGC.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Languages
Format:
Presentation, Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Sally Beccard, Phoebe TiaTia

This presentation is focused on teaching sociology to junior and senior students.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Social Sciences
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Ben Britton

The new Digital Tech curriculum is out and it is exciting! We now have an opportunity to teach real computer science concepts to our juniors.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Technology, STEM
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Anna Flaherty and Bernard Beckett

Using the play Two Nights as its provocation, looking at ways to get students openly considering, discussing and responding to the way pornography is increasingly reshaping our view of intimacy.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Dance and Drama, Digital Citizenship, English, Media, Health and PE, Social Sciences, Wellbeing
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Anna Flaherty and Bernard Beckett

A performance of a piece of social activist theatre, Two Nights. This show, developed at HVHS in 2017, is currently being toured through schools in the region.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Dance and Drama, Digital Citizenship, English, Integrated Curriculum, Media, Health and PE, Social Sciences, Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Anna Flaherty and Bernard Beckett

A performance of a piece of social activist theatre, Two Nights. This show, developed at HVHS in 2017, is currently being toured through schools in the region.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Dance and Drama, Digital Citizenship, English, Integrated Curriculum, Media, Health and PE, Social Sciences, Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Rebecca Ryder

Learn the ins and outs of google forms and how they can be used in your classroom as an assessment tool.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Technology, Digital Pedagogy, Maths
Format:
Collaborative Session, Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Tim Harford

For those who are already using the new standards, and those who are holding off for a year to see how others use them.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Technology
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Daniel Silvester

They biggest factor holding us back from our best teaching is ourselves.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation, Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Daniel Silvester

They biggest factor holding us back from our best teaching is ourselves.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation, Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Martyn Reynolds

As a teacher, I aim to bring practice and theory together in the act of teaching.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Mark Edgecombe, Mitch Thomas

This is a resource and idea jam session based around the realities of running a culturally responsive classroom.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, English, Wellbeing
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 2: 11.40 - 12.40pm
Ann Milne

In 2017 a group of “Warrior-Researchers” at Kia Aroha College in Otara, critiqued the government’s initiative of Communities of Learning.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Wellbeing, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 1: 10.35 - 11.35am
Kathryn Hutchinson

Self Regulated Strategy Development supports students to improve motivation and persistence in skill building. Consequently, SRSD also improves the product; in this case writing.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Wellbeing, Integrated Curriculum, Learner Support
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0
Breakout 3: 1.40 - 2.40pm
Kathryn Hutchinson

Self Regulated Strategy Development supports students to improve motivation and persistence in skill building. Consequently, SRSD also improves the product; in this case writing.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Wellbeing, Integrated Curriculum, Learner Support
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 0