The Future of Learning - Webinar

Professional development (PD) New Zealand (nationwide)

Posted: 28 August 2019
Notice reference #: 1H9xRm

The role of schooling is to prepare learners for the complexity of the world we all now live in. We can now access knowledge in an instant, and as a result, reading, writing and arithmetic are no longer the only fundamental skill sets for the 21st century! Gone are the days of the simplistic learning process of reading-remembering-recalling as this has now been replaced by a far more complex learning process, that enables learners to learn anything, anytime, anywhere with an endpoint of innovation, ingenuity, and entrepreneurialism!

In this webinar, Mark Treadwell will unpack the learning process over a series of developmental stages, as learners progress through their school years. By understanding and being able to apply the learning process at a level they can understand, learners can take greater ownership of the learning process and leverage that capability to be able to teach their peers using the micro lesson approach. Mark will introduce the micro-lesson approach to learning enabling learners to learn far more equitably and efficiently.

Date: 24 September
Duration: 1 hour 
Cost: $195 +GST (per webinar/ per school - if watching same screen)

Unable to make the live webinar? No problem! Register anyway to receive a recording after the event.

Note also that registrants who attend and complete the webinar will receive an attendance certificate.

About the Presenter:
Mark Treadwell is an independent education consultant and has presented keynote addresses to over 130 national and international conferences since 2007, including the International Confederation of Principals (2007). Over the past 12 years, Mark transitioned his work to focus on the transitions required to transform education systems globally that have not changed significantly since the 1700's… until now.

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Events summary

New Zealand (nationwide)

24 September 2019 – 24 September 2019

Further information

Contact: Richard Dams

 (0800) 737 855