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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Digital Divides, Dividends and Dangers: The Key Role of Education

The March Christchurch terrorist attack has prompted urgent debate about the policing of social media sites. The impact of digital technology on education –and that of educators on the use of social media and other digital platforms-are key themes of the upcoming Education Leaders Forum. In a digital world awash with information and misinformation educators […]

Te Kura

ELF19 welcomes the support of Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu (Te Kura) as a Sponsor and CE Mike Hollings as a key speaker: Te Kura’s transformative shift to online provision – The use of digital technology to greatly enhance teaching and learning in terms of access, engagement and learner agency. More>>    

The new Digital Technologies Curriculum is not just about devices but more about people - Tim Bell, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, @UCNZ on 'an ABC of computational thinking and digital technologies'. #ELF19NZ

test Twitter Media - The new Digital Technologies Curriculum is not just about devices but more about people - Tim Bell, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, @UCNZ on 'an ABC of computational thinking and digital technologies'. 
#ELF19NZ https://t.co/l5iwkqiPlV
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Donald Matheson, Media & Communication, @UCNZ on Handling #FakeNews and Flaky Views at #ELF19NZ Education plays a important role in tackling prejudice in #SocialMedia by demonstrating the links between hateful comments and actions. #OnlineSafety #credible #INFORMATION

test Twitter Media - Donald Matheson, Media & Communication, @UCNZ on Handling #FakeNews and Flaky Views at #ELF19NZ
Education plays a  important role in tackling prejudice in #SocialMedia by demonstrating the links between hateful comments and actions.
#OnlineSafety #credible #INFORMATION https://t.co/IHRMm8pAwi

Anjii Webster (@AnjiiW) from @netsafeNZ presenting for attendees at #ELF19NZ - there are fantastic opportunities in using technology in education. Retweeted by Education Leaders Forum (ELF)

Effects of screen time on preschool health and development from the Ministry of Social Development msd.govt.nz/documents/abou… #elf19nz Retweeted by Education Leaders Forum (ELF)

Recommendations for screen time from Dr Mary Redmayne #elf19nz Retweeted by Education Leaders Forum (ELF)

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@AnjiiW, Education Advisor, @netsafeNZ shared some interesting stats in her session '#OnlineSafety and Wellbeing': In 2019, 6% of NZ population between 13-17 yrs have "digitally harmed" themselves. Does #DigitalPrivacy exist? #ELF19NZ #DigitalCitizenship

test Twitter Media - @AnjiiW, Education Advisor, @netsafeNZ shared some interesting stats in her session '#OnlineSafety and Wellbeing':
In 2019, 6% of NZ population between 13-17 yrs have "digitally harmed" themselves. 
Does #DigitalPrivacy exist? 
#ELF19NZ #DigitalCitizenship https://t.co/7R4LSji6Ym

A slightly different spin from our other sessions on #digitization in education, and providing #equal #digitalaccess - Dr Mary Redmayne, Independent Researcher, on Dangers of Screen Overuse. #ELF19NZ

test Twitter Media - A slightly different spin from our other sessions on #digitization in education, and providing #equal #digitalaccess - Dr Mary Redmayne, Independent Researcher, on Dangers of Screen Overuse. 
#ELF19NZ https://t.co/rStZqagGTK

The question is not whether we agree on #automation and #AI but it's about how we are going to support young people to become disruptive innovators by creating new technologies for the rapidly changing #digitalfuture @EducationGovtNZ #ELF19NZ

Hmmmm. Maybe this would be a good reason to start teaching in #Dunedin? dunedin.govt.nz/news-and-event… #ELF19NZ Retweeted by Education Leaders Forum (ELF)

Fraser Liggett, Economic Development Programme Manager, Enterprise Dunedin, DCC speaking on the exciting plans for a new Centre of Digital Excellence, around #gaming and #appdevelopment in #education and #Training. #ELF19NZ

test Twitter Media - Fraser Liggett, Economic Development Programme Manager, Enterprise Dunedin, DCC speaking on the exciting plans for a new Centre of Digital Excellence, around #gaming and #appdevelopment in #education and #Training. 
#ELF19NZ https://t.co/00bEs8kLfk
test Twitter Media - Fraser Liggett, Economic Development Programme Manager, Enterprise Dunedin, DCC speaking on the exciting plans for a new Centre of Digital Excellence, around #gaming and #appdevelopment in #education and #Training. 
#ELF19NZ https://t.co/00bEs8kLfk

"Open source software is a really good fit for #education. #Collaboration with other educators will produce the best results." Paul Stevens on #OpenSource IT #innovation #ELF19NZ @CatalystNZ

test Twitter Media - "Open source software is a really good fit for #education. #Collaboration with other educators will produce the best results." 
 Paul Stevens on #OpenSource IT #innovation 
#ELF19NZ 
@CatalystNZ https://t.co/9PkqozJ6im

First session for the day with Paul Stevens, GM, The Open Knowledge Group, @CatalystNZ on #education and #OpenSource IT Innovation. "In open source we've really embraced the community; not just at the technical level but at the user level as well." #DisruptiveInnovation #ELF19NZ

test Twitter Media - First session for the day with Paul Stevens, GM, The Open Knowledge Group, @CatalystNZ on #education and #OpenSource IT Innovation. "In open source we've really embraced the community; not just at the technical level but at the user level as well."
#DisruptiveInnovation 
#ELF19NZ https://t.co/593sb00Ass

Excited about Day 2 of #ELF19NZ - we are looking forward to insightful discussions and workshops on #DigitalDividents & #Dangers

test Twitter Media - Excited about Day 2 of #ELF19NZ - we are looking forward to insightful discussions and workshops on #DigitalDividents & #Dangers https://t.co/8nGFXDnpOO

#NaturalIntelligence > #ArtificialIntelligence: to get the most effective learning and doing from the dynamic interplay between NI and AI we need to understand the radical differences between even the crudest human mind and the most sophisticated computer programme. #ELF19NZ

test Twitter Media - #NaturalIntelligence > #ArtificialIntelligence: to get the most effective learning and doing from the dynamic interplay between NI and AI we need to understand the radical differences between even the crudest human mind and the most sophisticated computer programme.
#ELF19NZ https://t.co/F8UaaXYbkJ

Jessica Tulp on digital human and education: #DigitalHumans can create new and compelling teaching experiences that can be accessed by anyone from anywhere. Learn more: soulmachines.com #ELF19NZ

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#ELF19NZ https://t.co/v9FtXbw7oq

Say hello to Leah, a digital human. The technology that @Soulmachines is developing is a digital brain which powers digital humans - putting a face to technology while communicating with machines. #HumanisingTechnology #ELF19NZ

test Twitter Media - Say hello to Leah, a digital human. The technology that @Soulmachines is developing is a digital brain which powers digital humans - putting a face to technology while communicating with machines. 
#HumanisingTechnology #ELF19NZ https://t.co/Q5enr4mgjS

Mike Hollings from Te Kura talking about a Transformative Shift to Online Provision at #ELF19NZ Retweeted by Education Leaders Forum (ELF)

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Great hearing from @IMahuika about the connected project happening @HaeataCampus - such amazing work empowering families to engage with their children's education #ELF19NZ #digitalaccess Retweeted by Education Leaders Forum (ELF)