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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Lyall Lukey, Convener of Education Leaders Forums (ELF), suggests that while in-person conferences are the ultimate, in an uncertain Covid environment and with barriers to participation such as time, travel and accommodation, spaced virtual sessions have compensating advantages-if run properly and if participants are not left to their own devices. View this article on LinkedIn or […]
Series 1 features thought and practice leaders in live TED-type presentations and small group conversations, reinforced by post-session digital resources Register Now
Lyall Lukey, Convenor of Education Leaders Forums (ELF) since 2007, responds to a pre-Covid article on EdTech and previews virtual live ELF20: Leading Change and Managing Transitions. https://educationcentral.co.nz/the-upside-of-the-tech-revolution-in-education-in-an-upside-down-world/
Today’s ELF21 zoom session features Anne Riches, The Mindfield Navigator on Creating Mentally Healthy Workplaces - a conversation. How can your learning community be an open, safe and supportive mentally healthy workplace and learning space? smartnet.co.nz/elf21/programm…
Cathy Sheppard, Founder & CEO, BSI People Skills is the first speaker for today’s ELF21 zoom session. The topic is Covid Era Changes and Challenges for Education Leaders – Overcoming resistance to change and building a mentally healthy leadership team. smartnet.co.nz/elf21/programm…
Today’s ELF21 zoom session is on Re-positioning Vocational Education and Skills Training. Panelists: Helen Down - Hutt Valley Chamber of Commerce, Ben Naughton - Western Institute Technology Taranaki (WITT) & Diane Lithgow, Skills Consulting Group. smartnet.co.nz/elf21/programm…
Learn the Power of 10 Thinking, a teachable thinking process with internationally renowned Dr Michael Hewitt-Gleeson. Join the ELF21 zoom session Weds 16 June 4.00-5:30pm NZT via smartnet.co.nz/elf21/ Michael co-founded the School of Thinking with the late Edward de Bono.