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FRIDAY 26TH AUGUST

 

 

7.30am - 9.00am

Registration opens

9.00am

Whakatau

9.30am

Networking - Energiser Break

10.00am

Opening address

PB4L Conference 2022 Lead Partner

Liam Rutherford

Te Manukura / National President 

NZEI Te Riu Roa

10.15am

KEYNOTE ONE

Hon. Jan Tinetti

Associate Minister of Education

10.45am

Transition time

11.00am

NZ PRACTICE WORKSHOPS
CONCURRENT SESSION 1

12.15pm

Networking - Lunch
Poster display viewing and Table Top promotions over lunch
Ambassadors club open
Make a new connection!

1.15pm

NZ PRACTICE WORKSHOPS
CONCURRENT SESSION 2

2.30pm

Transition time

2.45pm

NZ PRACTICE WORKSHOPS
CONCURRENT SESSION 3

4.00pm

Networking - Energiser Break – Afternoon Tea
Poster display viewing and Table Top promotions over afternoon tea
Ambassadors club open
Make a new connection!

4.30pm

KEYNOTE TWO

Professor Meihana Durie
Deputy Vice Chancellor Māori
Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa

Te Hiringa Matua - The Role of Education in Unleashing Māori Potential

This presentation will explore the critical role of education, and in particular the kaupapa and tikanga informed processes of ako (learning) and wānanga (exploration), in unleashing Māori potential.
The presentation will also explore emergent thinking around systems change for the delivery of education in Aotearoa in ways that contribute to transformative outcomes for whānau.

 

5.30pm - 7.00pm 

Networking - Drinks and Canapes
Time to reflect on the day, continue those conversations over a drink and canapes
Ambassadors club open - Make a new connection!
Venue closes

SATURDAY 27TH AUGUST

8.00am

Registration opens (for those not already registered)

9.00am

Karakia – Welcome to Day 2
Liam Rutherford
Te Manukura / National President


NZEI Te Riu RoaTe Hiringa Matua - The Role of Education in Unleashing Māori Potential

This presentation will explore the critical role of education, and in particular the kaupapa and tikanga informed processes of ako (learning) and wānanga (exploration), in unleashing Māori potential.
The presentation will also explore emergent thinking around systems change for the delivery of education in Aotearoa in ways that contribute to transformative outcomes for whānau.

9.10am

KEYNOTE THREE - Kent McIntosh | Co-Director, Center on PBIS (www.pbis.org)

How can we sustain PB4L? Everyday actions to strengthen our systems

Why does it seem so hard to sustain school initiatives? When initial grant funding ends and champions move on, how do we keep systems like PB4L strong in our buildings? This talk will provide the latest research findings and practical strategies to overcome common barriers to sustaining effective school initiatives.

10.10am

Networking - Energiser Break - Morning Tea
Poster display viewing and Table Top promotions over morning tea
Ambassadors club open
Make a new connection!

10.40am

NZ PRACTICE WORKSHOPS
CONCURRENT SESSION 4

11.55am

Networking - Lunch
Poster display viewing and Table Top promotions over lunch
Ambassadors club open
Make a new connection!

12.35pm

NZ PRACTICE WORKSHOPS
CONCURRENT SESSION 5

1.50pm

Transition time

2.00pm

NZ PRACTICE WORKSHOPS
CONCURRENT SESSION 6

3.15pm

Transition time

3.25pm

KEYNOTE FOUR

Associate Professor Katie Fitzpatrick Ph.D.

4.25pm

Poroporoaki - Delegates travel home