Day 1 – Tuesday 23 August
Pathways to the Future *How Shift is happening
Keynote: Welcome to the Digital Revolution: Education in the Age of Disrupted Learning
Ian Jukes, Founder and Executive Director, InfoSavvy Group

ELF 2016:  https://www.evernote.com/pub/ijukes/elf16  or short link http://bit.ly/ELF16handouts

Note from Ian: Reproducible copies of all our regularly updated handouts can be downloaded from www.infosavvy21.com and the customized digital library I create for each event (see above).  Due to copyright considerations, I am not able to provide the audience with the actual presentation slides.

Preparing Learners Now
How best can education leaders engage their learning communities in responding to the global and local trends impacting on education?
Dr Cheryl Doig, Leadership Futurist, Think Beyond Keynote presentation
Workshop resources: Those who attended my workshop on collaboration can email me for any of the resources discussed.

People can also access the Collaboration infographic and links from my blog
People who want to sign up for more information can fill in the form at bit.ly/doiglink

*The Fragmented future of work
Transformed Work: Creating a future ready workforce
Siobhán Hanley Director Potential, Work Wellbeing and Nina Sochon CEO, Transformed Teams
Joint authors of Transformed Work.
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*Learning to adapt
Vocational Pathways–An overview of school-tertiary and school-industry partnerships
Trevor McIntyre, Secondary Tertiary Lead, Youth Guarantee, Ministry of Education
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Panel: Case studies of facilitating successful transitions from school to further education, training and/or employment
Huia Hanlen,  Secondary-Tertiary Lead Advisor, Auckland, Ministry of Education
Jenny Baber, Secondary-Tertiary Lead Advisor, Waikato, Ministry of Education
Mark Hellyer, Director, Pacific Coast Technical Institute
Peter Jones, Principal, Manurewa High School
Rod Gordon, MD, Russell Gordon Contracting

The Youth Guarantee website:  http://www.youthguarantee.net.nz/start-your-journey/
Stories:  http://www.youthguarantee.net.nz/story-container/
Youth Guarantee Resources (this contains the booklets that were available on the registration desk, amongst lots of other good resources:  http://www.youthguarantee.net.nz/resources/

Positive Education for Adaptability and Resilience
Dr Lucy Hone, Consultant, The 100 Percent Project, and author of  What Abi Taught Us

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Day 2 – Wednesday 23 August
DIY Gaming: Developing soft skills as well as technical skills
Dan Milward, Director, Gamefroot

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Project Based Learning – STEM in Industry
Miranda Satterthwaite, STEM Co-ordinator, Ara Institute of Canterbury

Case Study One: EVolocity
Case Study 2: Mission to Mars
Case study 3: ShadowTech for Girls

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Details about the Mission to Mars project:
Mission to Mars workshop materials
Survive on Mars workshop materials

Building Financial Capabilities
Angela Clemens, Education Manager, Commission for Financial Capability

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Pathways to a Skilled Future – Managing transitions from education to employment
Josh Williams, CE, Industry Training Federation

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Flexibility of funding models
Tim Fowler, CEO, Tertiary Education Commission

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Career Ready – Challenge and Opportunity
Keith Marshall, Chief Executive, Careers NZ

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Student attitude and engagement in New Zealand Schools
Dr John Boereboom,  Director NZCER Psychometric Assessor CEM (NZ) – Centre for Evaluation & Monitoring, UC

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Making a real difference: What the Maker Movement looks like when it touches down in rural NZ Makers Workshop
Kirsten Browne & John Hart, Co-founders, Fab Lab Masterton

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Jeff King, ELF16 participant

In terms of my own project that was referred to by Josh Williams and Keith Marshall please go to www.getblueprint.co.nz  The desktop version is available as a beta version. Please use the following log in details:  Email: demo2@me.com and Password: 12345678

Other useful links


The Future of Jobs – A report from the 2015 World Economic Forum

http://www.fya.org.au/2015/08/23/the-new-work-order-report – Australian future-of-work report – Foundation for Young Australians (FYA).


NZIER Insight 55-2015 The impact of disruptive technologies on Kiwis.pdf

http://www.stuff.co.nz/stuff-nation/assignments/share-your-news-and-views/13642532/Don-t-fret-robots- won-t-steal-our-jobs



http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/82345823/nzs-high-education-rates-are-not-matched-in-productivity-stakes Our Future World: global megatrends report


Exec Guide to Creating a Future Ready Workforce



"I just wanted to write and say how much the team from our College thoroughly enjoyed the conference!" "...came away feeling extremely energised and enthusiastic about the future direction of not only our College, but education in New Zealand in general." "Just wanted to say awesome conference, well done. Some stand out speakers for me including Ian Juke and Miranda Satterthwaite, ARA. " "Great to have employer voice to on the panel." "It was a great conference and I made some good connections. I’m looking forward to the next one." "Its fantastic that we are trying to lead the way for the students and acknowledging the students are continuing to face 21st century challenges ." "Its fantastic that we are trying to lead the way for the students and acknowledging the students are continuing to face 21st century challenges." "I just wanted to e-mail to say thank you so much for the Leaders’ Forum this week. I got a lot out of what I heard and really enjoyed the opportunity to network with other professionals." "Thank you again for organising an extremely well run and thought provoking conference." "Thankyou very much, it has helped me appreciate the challenges that educators face in transitioning young people into jobs let alone careers. "


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