16 May 2020
08:30 AM - 03:30 PM
This is for all students from year 1–13Check out more info Digital Technologies and the national curriculum
Join international presenter Eric Sheninger,
along with NZ practitioners to unpack powerful learning in the digital space.
Keynote 1: Digital Leadership: Changing Paradigms for Changing Times
Change isn’t coming as it is already on our doorstep. Educators need to recognize this in order to prepare learners with critical competencies to thrive in a dynamic world.
As the world continues to evolve so must educational practice. Digital leadership represents a strategic shift in mindset and actions that work to usher in needed changes to improve teaching, learning, and leadership while building powerful relationships with stakeholders in the process. The time is now to work smarter, not harder, to achieve better results.
Using the Pillars of Digital Leadership, a framework to assist all educators to implement sustainable change, attendees will be exposed to actionable strategies to support and enhance current areas of professional practice through a digital lens.
Keynote 2: Digital Pedagogy for Deeper Learning
Learning today should unleash the creativity of our students and prepare them with essential skills sets for success in a digital world. Attendees will discover how to seize the opportunity inherent in ubiquitous connectivity, an evolving real-time Web, open-source technology, mobile devices, and personalization to integrate digital learning across the curriculum.
Eric will address how to create a teaching and learning culture that integrates social media, OpenCourseWare, student-owned devices, the flipped instructional model, and other digital learning pathways to create schools that students want to be a part of.
With workshops from NZ Practitioners
Details to follow soon