| The eighth annual Education Leaders Forum
Enhancing Learning Culture will be held at Rydges
Latimer, Christchurch on 21 and 22 August.
Learning culture is the invisible force that shapes professional behaviour and student achievement. Nothing is more important or potent than culture. ELF 14 will focus on how to tap into what is really going on in the culture of a learning community in order to enhance positive learning practices.
The Government's evolving Investing in Educational Success (IES) initiative has implications and lessons not just for the compulsory schooling sector at which it is aimed but for any education organisation from early childhood to tertiary which wants to lift learner achievement, professional job satisfaction and the status of the teaching profession.
ELF14 provides a neutral forum and a wider frame to explore and shape some of the key IES proposals. It also provides a forum for education leaders to share professional insights into how they have gone about enhancing the learning culture of their education community by strengthening professional engagement, learning development and knowledge sharing.
Register your interest in ELF 2014
|ELF 14 Flyer|
August short events
In house Training
|Dr Derek Roger - The Challenge of Change - Growing personal resilience and managing stress|
|"An extremely practical programme but with a solid research foundation - inspires confidence in the training."|
|The disrupting experience of the seismic events of 2010-2012
and their aftermath have put people in Canterbury under extra pressure
in their personal, family and work lives.
Growing personal resilience may be the key to successfully working through these challenges.
The Challenge of Change programme is a well-regarded 1 day workshop which gives participants the tools to handle change and manage stress more effectively.
|Developed and taught by Dr Derek Roger, one
of the world's leading stress management experts, it is a practical system
that provides effective research-based tools for coping more effectively.
Dr Roger's practical tools and strategies to help people be more productive and healthy are based on his more than 30 years medical experience and ground-breaking research in this area. Before migrating to New Zealand he initiated an innovative programme of research on stress and health at the University of York, drawing on his expertise in personality and psychometrics as well as his clinical experience.
The findings have been published in over 120 journal articles, books and conference papers.
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