TARGET AUDIENCES

EDUCATION LEADERS FORUMS ARE FOR THE FOLLOWING:

Education leaders and aspiring leaders, from across the learning spectrum from early childhood to post-tertiary, who are interested in how different parts of the learning system can better collaborate and be more responsive to rapidly changing needs.

Education stakeholders, including teachers, careers advisers, counsellors, students, parents, business leaders, school and tertiary board members, representatives of professional education associations and community and business representatives.

People engaged in social welfare, health and justice who are interested in cross sector collaboration with educators in order to improve life and work outcomes for young people.

Representatives from the Ministry of Education, the Tertiary Education Commission, the Industry Training Federation of New Zealand, Careers New Zealand, ITOs, other education training organisations and employers and workers organisations involved in upskilling learners  at all levels.

Professional development facilitators and learning organisation development consultants working with individual learning communities.

Service, product and system suppliers to the education sector.

Who in your learning community would most benefit by participating in  Education Leaders Forum They will bring back highly relevant information and digital resources for sharing with colleagues, including presentation Slideshares.

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Check out ELF18 Contributors and Programme

View the line up of Contributors at: http://www.smartnet.co.nz/elf-2018/contributors/  and the ELF18 Programme: http://www.smartnet.co.nz/elf-2018/programme/

ELF18 Early Bird Registrations close 30/4/18

Take advantage of the Early Bird group and individual discounts by booking now and paying by 30 April.  See ELF18 Overview at http://www.smartnet.co.nz/elf-2018/ and http://www.smartnet.co.nz/elf-2018/registration-options/

…Walking the Talk

…Walking the Talk Educators have access to a huge body of new information about brain function and how humans learn and also about professional development. The key is to walk the talk. ‘Walking the talk’ matters in the use of evidence for transformative education’ is the title of a recently published invited paper for the International Bureau of […]