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Thank you to all the participants, supporters and sponsors who made ELF18 possible.
"Thank you Lyall and team for a terrific conterence.... it is a world-class event...""I think this was one of the best ‘conferences’ that I have been to.""I have attended numerous conferences around the world and wish to compliment all concerned as this has to be as good as I’ve seen, both in terms of focus and of content.""Best organised conference I have ever attended.""Brillant event. Innovative, fun and refreshing."“Many thanks, nice diverse crowd”“….Awesome conference thanks. I am recommending this to everyone.” “… I enjoyed the event. It was the best organised I have ever attended in NZ. And good fun as well.” “All round satisfaction – Worthwhile 2 days.” “Networking – being challenged by provocative speakers many opportunities for discussion…”"It was a wonderful event with a great, diverse group of attendees. Thank you for inviting me to share our research findings."
#ELF2018 Dr Amanda Lynn, Mandolin Associates - Afternoon Presentation: Innovation, entrepreneurship & post-tertiary integration of students into the workforce by understanding complex human behavioural research Profile: smartnet.co.nz/elf-2018/contr…
#ELF2018 Expanding on the Micro-credential presentation-Andy Kilsby, Manager Secondary Tertiary, Otago Poly expanded on The Learner Capability Framework - gather the evidence, assess & verify the evidence & present an individual capability profile smartnet.co.nz/elf-2018/contr…
#ELF2018 Vaughan Rowsell @nzvorn Children's Charity @OMGTechRangers is about giving kids the opportunity to be the creators of tech. Great to see young students running a workshop for the #ELF2018 participants
#ELF2018 Day one - Valuing Educators has concluded. Thank you to the inspiring and thought provoking presenters and the ongoing dialogue between participants - an awesome opportunity to share knowledge and network with purpose together.
#ELF2018 Prof Mere Berryman @waikato Presentation "Moving beyond the Rhetoric - Promoting a Pedagogy for Belonging" explored what a nationwide sample of senior Maori students said is required if schools are to achieve this vision of belonging.
#ELF18 "Bobbie Maths' "Raising mathematics achievements" Assoc. Prof. Roberta Hunter's @MasseyUni inspiring presentation on the teaching approach which is culturally responsive & supports students to work tog to solve maths problems
#ELF2018@Xanthe_S Principal, McAuley High, AKL. Along-side Adrianne Alton-Lee, she has worked with @EducationGovtNZ Best Evidence Synthesis This work has become part of the facia of assessment practice in NZ secondary schools with the ongoing growth of e-practice in classroom.
#ELF2018 Presentation by @Xanthe_S Professional Change Leadership – Learning Logs: What works and why?... based on her work with the @EducationGovtNZ of Education’s Best Evidence Synthesis on e-based Learning Logs and raising student achievement.
#ELF2018 Paula Tesoriero, Disability Rights Commissioner @NZHumanRights Presentation: Focusing on Abilities-Opening minds, developing skills and shifting up a gear. Her top priorities in the role is improving educational outcomes for disabled students.