Breakouts

Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Denise Moran

The key focus for this session is to explain how anti-bullying strategies can be taught within the junior curriculum, year 9-10, with Drama as a focus.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Drama, Integrated Curriculum, Wellbeing
Format:
Hands on Workshop, Presentation
Sign Ups: 18
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Paul Holmes, Julie Clement

We will share our experiences of running a Year 13 course across the curriculum areas of Technonlogy and Chemistry.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Science, Technology
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 20
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Derek Pryde

A newly compiled presentation and interactive/hands on workshop in which I will attempt to summarise what I have found are the key elements of effective classroom teaching into 30 words.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Cultural Responsiveness
Format:
Presentation, Hands on Workshop
Status: Full
Sign Ups: 51
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Kaille Harris

This session is for Art teachers wanting to branch out and try new things in their classes.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Visual Arts
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 14
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Jon Nash

Assay is a data analysis tool for schools designed to make data easy to use and accessible to teachers.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Integrated Curriculum, Learner Support
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 20
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Alice Leader, Jason Doyle

In 2018 we piloted an Integrated Studies programme at Year 11 with 14 at risk boys.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Integrated Curriculum
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 22
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Alice Leader, Jason Doyle

In 2018 we piloted an Integrated Studies programme at Year 11 with 14 at risk boys.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Integrated Curriculum
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 20
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Luci Lendrum, Eliza Bartlett

We have been working in a successful job share for the past three years. This has allowed us both to work part-time and spend two full days of the week at home with our young families.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 14
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Phil Kendon

Two internals at NCEA Level 2 in Chemistry are changing to a more investigative format from 2020.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Science
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 24
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Sharon Henry

This session will look at how the online platform Classcraft can be used to create an online D&D style quest that students can do in teams.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Digital Technology, Digital Pedagogy
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 32
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Gregor Fountain, Martyn Reynolds

In the past 12 months, Wellington College has embarked on a significant re-focusing of its strategic vision.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Senior Management
Format:
Presentation, Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 21
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Joshua Thacker

Want to use technology but still want rich classroom discussion?

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Science, Social Sciences, English, Media, Health and PE
Format:
Presentation, Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 36
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Kezia Wallace, Rowan Taurima

M.A.T.E.S (Mutually Agreed Team EssentialS) Agreements help to provide the foundations for any successful collaborative team relationship.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing, Integrated Curriculum
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 5
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Matt Harrison

The key focus of this session will be understanding how to make VR for free. You don't need to spending $$$ on HTC Vive or Occulus Rift.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Technology, STEM
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 26
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Matt Harrison

The key focus of this session will be understanding how to make VR for free. You don't need to spending $$$ on HTC Vive or Occulus Rift.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Technology, STEM
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 10
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Mike Kingston

What is the difference between critical thinking and just saying stuff? Philosophy versus pub talk?

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Social Sciences, English
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Status: Full
Sign Ups: 50
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Clint Brandon

We will look the reasons for behaviour, who is responsible and what are the most effective methods in dealing with disruptive behaviour.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Status: Full
Sign Ups: 50
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Michael Bangma

The session will look at my journey towards incorporating SOLO based activities in Junior Science to promote relational and extended abstract thinking.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Science
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 23
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
David Foulds

The focus will be equipping Junior students with core knowledge and skills to be a confident and responsible Digital Citizen (supporting all curriculum areas).

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Technology, Digital Pedagogy, Digital Citizenship
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 14
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Emma Young

Ready to get your students on their feet, thinking creatively, and using collaboration skills?

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Social Sciences, English, Drama
Format:
Presentation, Hands on Workshop
Status: Full
Sign Ups: 50
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Alice Alva

This session will discuss how we have embedded tangatawhenuatanga in our Level 1 Photography/Design courses.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Digital Technology, Visual Arts
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion
Sign Ups: 16
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Lizy Steer

"Let’s at least do what we can to understand why we are so easily divided into hostile groups, each one certain of its righteousness” – Jonathan Haidt, The Righteous Mind (2012).

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
English
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 9
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Chris Swallow

To race and compete in the evolocity programme school teams need to design and fabricate 2 or 3 wheeled electric vehicles.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Integrated Curriculum, Technology, Digital Technology, Careers
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 11
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Wayne Elley, Andrew Hamilton

This will be a workshop with Arduino kits to play with. We'll start with a brief intro about Arduino plus tips on where to buy Arduino boards cheaply.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Technology, STEM, Technology
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 15
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Maria Moran, Vhairi Miles

We are telling the story of our journey to implement the TPP which is a collaborative programme between WGC and Victoria University.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 14
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Thorsten Harms, Katherine McKenzie

EPIC is a venture between New Zealand libraries and the Ministry of Education, giving schools free access to a worldwide range of electronic resources.Through EPIC schools can access e-resources co

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Digital Citizenship
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 24
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Darrell Harvey

Getting the best out of KAMAR - what do we use it for and why? Are their better ways of collecting, disseminating and using this data?

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Learner Support
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 21
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Bernard Beckett

What if kindness was adopted as the key value in our classrooms, in the behaviour we model, the structures we establish, the kinds of interactions we enable?

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Status: Full
Sign Ups: 50
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Bernard Beckett

What if kindness was adopted as the key value in our classrooms, in the behaviour we model, the structures we establish, the kinds of interactions we enable?

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Status: Full
Sign Ups: 50
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Nicola Ngarewa

This session is aimed at school leaders / leaders of change. Nicola will deliver a presentation with a focus on leading innovation and change.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Senior Management
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 47
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Tony Cairns

Gifted, Accelerated, Talented and Extension Students are a focus for education events and enrichment here at Wellington High School and most other schools and colleges in Aotearoa New Zealand and w

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing, Integrated Curriculum, STEM
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 10
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Nicola Ngarewa

In this session, Nicola will discuss the redesign of curriculum and learning and culture in the schools she has worked in, with engagement of students at the heart.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Senior Management, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Presentation
Status: Full
Sign Ups: 50
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Olivia Copeman, Denise Johnson

Stemming from the Graduate Profile at Kia Aroha College in Auckland developed by Ann Milne, Hutt Valley High School has developed their own Māori Graduate Profile based on the concept of four key p

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Learner Support
Format:
Presentation, Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 21
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Suzanne Meijer, Sarah Tobin

This is for maths teachers who use enrichment activities or run extension for secondary students.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Maths
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 23
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Kathy Wiltshire

Minded is an online tool that helps learners to identify their strengths and understand their own personality and that of others.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing, Health and PE, Careers
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 20
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Brook Rapson, Simon Russell

This session will involve group discussion on what is happening in outdoor education.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Integrated Curriculum, Health and PE
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 17
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Lyndon Coppin

“I’m no expert, but” … in an attempt to better support students with these complex and persistent difficulties I have been reading about some recent cognitive-behavioural models that successfully e

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing, Learner Support
Format:
Presentation
Status: Full
Sign Ups: 50
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Kate Wilson, Judy O'Brien

In this session we will explore Sexual Abuse Prevention Network's approach to discussing consent, healthy relationships and pornography with students and parents, preventing sexual harassment

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing, Social Sciences, Health and PE
Format:
Presentation
Status: Full
Sign Ups: 50
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Steph Margan

PE teachers, have you been playing the same version of dodgeball since 2008?

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Health and PE
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 37
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Gregor Fountain

This session is for the Principals of all Loop schools. It will be led by Gregor Fountain (Wellington College) in his role as current chairperson of the Loop's Electoral College.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Senior Management
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 9
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Andrew Savage, Jayne Franklin

This session will explore the work happening at the Teaching Council about the Leadership Strategy and how it connects to the Code & Standards.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Senior Management
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 5
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Rowan Taurima, Katrina Hudson

The steps taken to put together a full English and Social Studies Integrated program at Yr9 and Yr10 including team teaching. The lessons learnt and mistakes made along the way.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Integrated Curriculum, Social Sciences, English
Format:
Presentation, Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 19
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Peter Renwick

This presentation is 'a story worth telling' for two reasons:

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing, Digital Technology
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 15
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Peter Renwick

This presentation is 'a story worth telling' for two reasons:

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing, Digital Technology
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 7
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Ellie Nicholson

Working to bust the myth that a drop in reading at Year 9 is inevitable, this presentation outlines a junior reading programme that builds on the work of primary schools, and provides a scaffold fo

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
English
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 23
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Thomasin Sleigh

Thomasin Sleigh from DigitalNZ will give an introduction to the search engine www.digitalnz.org, a free service run by the National Library that brings togeth

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Technology, Digital Pedagogy, Social Sciences
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 22
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
David Cournane, Louise Carter

This session will use the Wellington College journey with Healthy Relationships and Sexuality Education to unpack why we believe comprehensive Sexuality Education is important across all levels of

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing, Health and PE
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 40
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Ed West

This session is intended as a discussion forum focusing on best practice in Social Studies teaching, in the junior secondary context.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Social Sciences
Format:
Presentation, Forum / Panel discussion
Sign Ups: 12
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Vincent Brannigan

We will look at a practical exercise to create fractals as part of a digital technology or maths programme.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Technology, Maths, Digital Technology
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 13
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Evan Sutherland

This workshop will largely be a guided discussion session based around the trend of the increasing number of SNA results on external assessments. Is this something to be concerned about?

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Presentation, Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 15
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Robyn Deverall

I will cover the need to provide for Special Assessment Conditions and the process that our school uses to identify, assess and apply for and implement the process of providing students to have Spe

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing, Learner Support
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 8
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Robyn Deverall

Participants can try out the tests for themselves to see how they work and whether they will work for their school.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing, Learner Support
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 8
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
David Cournane & White Ribbon NZ (Rob McCann)

White Ribbon NZ calls for us to Stand Up, Speak Out and Act to Prevent Men's Violence Towards Women.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing, Health and PE
Format:
Presentation, Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 8
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Karen Pohio

For some students, summer is an opportunity to "get over the line" and meet their educational goals by gaining additional credits while studying online.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 3
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Hannah Paton-Smith, Miriam Pierard, Lily Parkin

This session is about how a range of groups at Wellington High School (the feminist group, the lgbt+ group and the amnesty international group) support students to create change in their society an

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Social Sciences, Trans-disciplinary
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion, Presentation
Sign Ups: 16
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Rachel Crowhen, Cameron Stewart, Josh Parker-Bevin

Instilling scaffolded social action as a key part of Social Studies, with reference to values of manaakitanga, whanaungatanga, and kaitaikitanga.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Social Sciences
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 19
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Dr Martyn Reynolds

This session is focused on Tapasa, the recent document offered to teachers of Pasifika/Pacific students.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 49
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Philippa Watson

A discussion of what constitutes a task, and the benefits of using tasks in the languages classroom. Participants will have the opportunity to trial a task and share ideas and experiences.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Languages
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 14
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Christine Te Kiri, Anne Coster

This sessions focuses on how we’ve turned traditional curriculum design on its head by introducing a range of Field Māori sub-fields that fit learning and assessment design around student, whānau a

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Integrated Curriculum
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 16
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Christine Te Kiri, Anne Coster

This sessions focuses on how we’ve turned traditional curriculum design on its head by introducing a range of Field Māori sub-fields that fit learning and assessment design around student, whānau a

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Integrated Curriculum
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 17
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Tina Mihaere-Rees

Our session gives an overview about the development of the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi and facilitates a discussion about how we as educators can most effectively implement them in our sch

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Languages, Senior Management
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion
Sign Ups: 27
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Tina Mihaere-Rees

Our session gives an overview about the development of the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi and facilitates a discussion about how we as educators can most effectively implement them in our sch

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Languages, Senior Management
Format:
Forum / Panel discussion
Sign Ups: 20
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Rivkah Nathan-Rosenbaum

This session will be about pedagogy of teaching the Holocaust in the classroom.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Social Sciences, English
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 18
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Rob Smith, Aaron Mead

In this collaborative session, we will look at the ways which we can restore trust in the professional judgment of teachers.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Senior Management
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 13
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Janet McCallister, Annabelle Sinclair

This workshop will allow participants to take a fresh look at techniques for teaching listening and reading skills in second language classrooms.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Languages
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 39
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Jania Bates

Teachers are often faced with difficulties when considering this discipline and I would like to share some of the solutions I have found.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Visual Arts
Format:
Presentation, Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 10
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Jania Bates

Come away from the workshop inspired and with enough practical knowledge and resources to enable you to take on Sculpture in your own classes or to develop your existing Sculpture programs.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Visual Arts
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 11
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Catherine Hill

For the last three years, I have taught an English for Writers class at years 12 and 13, with the intention of subverting NCEA by highlighting the writing not the assessments.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
English
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 34
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Catherine Floratos

This is a repeat of the 2018 WRATE BDO workshop. We will look at some contemporary texts that enable exploration and discussion of wellbeing in senior English.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
English
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 17
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Teri Sturrock

The role of deans seems to be changing with the mental health needs of our students.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Senior Management, Wellbeing
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 30
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Bernard Beckett

A study of the way making students explicitly aware of the stories they are surrounded by, and the stories they tell themselves, can positively colour their experience of education.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Wellbeing
Format:
Presentation
Status: Full
Sign Ups: 50
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Whakamarurangi Chadwick, Anna Reeve

We will be looking at how just doing our job does not get our Māori students engaged, what can we do to improve this, what we have done in Te Reo Māori department at WHS and in the wider school, an

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Cultural Responsiveness, Wellbeing, Integrated Curriculum
Format:
Presentation, Forum / Panel discussion, Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 22
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Nicola Dow

In this session, we will re-visit the key ideas that underpin powerful assessment for learning.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Digital Pedagogy
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 18
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Nicola Dow

In this session, we will re-visit the key ideas that underpin powerful assessment for learning.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Digital Pedagogy
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 22
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Maria Nicholls

This will be a workshop style collaboration of what is offered in your area for students with complex needs transition.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Careers, Learner Support
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 11
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Dr Chris Bowden

This presentation will focus on practical strategies teachers can use to support students affected by trauma.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing, Learner Support
Format:
Presentation
Status: Full
Sign Ups: 50
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Aaron Mead

Personalisation of learning has become a prominent focus in the field of education and is intertwined with the emergence of digital technologies.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Digital Pedagogy, Health and PE
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 20
Breakout 1: 10.25 - 11.25am
Helen Figueira

Quizlet is an online platform which allows students to test their own knowledge to learn and revise individually, but can also be used to facilitate group based quiz games in the classroom - a bit

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, Digital Technology, Digital Pedagogy
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 39
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Tim Harford

This session will be presented in the context of Digital Technologies, but is open to anyone who is interested.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
STEM, Technology, Digital Technology
Format:
Presentation, Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 7
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Peter Brown

This session is a chance to try W3.CSS that I use with Digital tech students year 9 - 13.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Digital Technology
Format:
Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 3
Breakout 3: 1.25 - 2.25pm
Anjie Webster

While opportunities abound online, challenges also arise that can, and do impact on students' safety and wellbeing. This session will focus from the 'inside out'.

School Level:
Both primary and secondary
Curriculum Area:
Wellbeing, Digital Pedagogy, Digital Citizenship
Format:
Presentation, Hands on Workshop
Sign Ups: 22
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Fiona Pearson, Rebecca Feerick

In this session we will share strategies for supporting and developing beginning teachers. This is aimed at department leaders, aspiring department leaders or anyone who mentors PCTs.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Trans-disciplinary, English
Format:
Collaborative Session
Sign Ups: 13
Breakout 2: 11.30 - 12.30pm
Charlotte Murray

The Tawa College Priority Learners Initiative has been running for 5 years. It aims to accelerate the learning and achievement of a selected group of Year 10 students.

School Level:
Secondary
Curriculum Area:
Integrated Curriculum
Format:
Presentation
Sign Ups: 7