SURFING THE TSUNAMI: Leading Change & Managing Transitions – Engaging colleagues, prioritising key challenges and creating a 20/20 vision and strategy Education Leaders Forum 2020 will provide case studies, templates and resources for busy education leaders across the learning spectrum to engage colleagues in prioritising and working on relevant education changes and challenges. Register your […]
About Sue Mardon
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Sue Mardon contributed a whooping 29 entries.
Entries by Sue Mardon
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 […]
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>>
ELF19: Digital Divides, Dividends & Dangers will be held on 17&18 July, Dunedin. Otago Polytechnic is Principal Sponsor, supported by Enterprise Dunedin, and will host the event. View Registration Options including Very Early Bird discounts. See more at ELF19: Overview
Lyall Lukey, Convener of Education Leaders Forum 2019 Digital Divides, Dividends & Dangers, argues that while there are undoubtedly big system and funding issues to address in the vocational education and training sector, the centralisation concept announced on 13 February is not the most effective way forward. Read more at: Tomorrow’s Skils, Yesterdays Bureaucracy
We’ve just added some fantastic new speakers to the ELF18 programme and we welcome on board Otago Polytechnic as a Supporter – alongside The Wright Family Foundation, Ministry of Education and University of Canterbury.
If the Education Conversation – Kōrero Mātauranga it is to be more than a tick-the-box consultation the dialogue needs to be anchored to a sound evidential foundation. Educators and others now have access to a large body of new information about brain function, how humans learn and effective professional development, among other things…. Beyond talking the […]
Impressive line-up of speakers set to take stand at Education Leaders Forum | This year’ Education Leaders Forum has some truly excellent speakers to tackle the theme of Valuing Educators – Revaluing Education. http://ow.ly/dIco30jSCdQ
Learning Faster - Working Smarter