Send a Smoke Signal: Present at the 2016 #edchatNZ conference
This year's #edchatNZ conference is specifically focussed on empowering the innovators in our schools to lead change on a greater scale. Attendees will find their tribe and be inspired to think deeper, inquire harder, and to challenge their assumptions.
The conference is Friday, August 12 and Saturday, August 13 at the brand new Rototuna Junior High School in Hamilton, and this is your call to present.
Please use this form to submit the details of your proposed conference presentation, and note that presenters will still need to pay their own (minimal) conference fee. Additionally, presenters will be asked to complete a short to medium length reading to support the attendees' preparation for the conference.
What type of session would you like to present?
eg. workshop, lecture, etc.
Unconference session (can take any format)
Which of the following strands will your session best fit under?
Diversity: Universal design for learning, cultural responsiveness, differentiation, personalisation, feminism, sexism and more
Technology: e-Learning, change in the world, autonomous machines and the future of work, robotics, 3D printing
Innovation: Design thinking, creativity, project based learning, entrepreneurship, sustainability
Agency: Learner agency, teacher agency, gamification, assessment for learning
Collaboration: Communities of learning, diversity, co-teaching, working with dissonance
Change Leadership: Guerilla leadership, leaders of learning, leading up
What are the learning objectives of your session?
Name of your session
Description of your session
This will help attendees choose the sessions that are most relevant to them
Organisation you are presenting on behalf of (if relevant).
Links to any recorded presentations you have done before if available
First time presenters are welcome!
Would you be interested in additional support for preparing your session?
We are keen to provide additional support for nervous or first time presenters. Please let us know if you would like to know more.
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