Educa's 2021 Virtual Conference: Re-Imagining
Educa is proud to announce a virtual conference for Educa customers featuring keynotes by Toni Christie and Kelly Goodsir, and a variety of breakout webinars on re-imagining your practice in 2021 and getting more out of Educa, including a special session by Peter Reynolds from ECC.
As we move past 2020, we are all looking for fresh perspectives, and a positive approach. This conference presents ideas on how to think differently and imagine a better 2021.
Join us if you are interested in ECE thought leadership, professional development and innovative ways to use Educa to improve your practice. This conference is for Educa customers, but others are welcome.
Meet and Greet
We have set aside time during registration at the beginning, during a break in the middle and in the mixer at the end for one-on-one video chat with other attendees - both folks you know and folks you haven't met yet in a virtual networking room.
Recordings of all sessions will be available for 30 days after the conference.
Friday, February 26 NZ Time, Thursday February 25 EST
Registration and meet and greet starts at 9am NZT (3pm EST)
Event starts with Educa Welcome at 10am NZT (4pm EST) (including our product vision for 2021)
ECE Keynote #1 – Toni Christie – "Re-imagining Relationships"
Educa Break Out Sessions – "Challenging Bias" and "Family Collaboration"
ECE Keynote #2 – Kelly Goodsir – "Your Mental Health Matters"
Educa Break Out Sessions – including ECC's Peter Reynolds on new ERO expectations for 2021
3pm Closing Remarks & "Mixer" for Attendees
New Zealand (nationwide)
EONZ Conference 2020: Education Outside the Classroom – Opening Minds, Transforming Futures
If you are interested in enriching and innovating your teaching practice by taking it beyond the classroom (EOTC), this conference is for you. Expect an engaging, thought-provoking and hands-on conference, designed for educators across all learning areas.
- Ways to integrate responsive and authentic learning about our environment
- Enhancing student and staff wellbeing through connected learning
- Discovering meaning through Mātauranga Māori and multicultural values/practices
- Navigating and proactively leading changes in education
- Managing the nitty-gritty of EOTC: Health and Safety, managing workload and creative budgeting.
For further information: www.eonz.org.nz/professional-development/eotc-conference-2020
Teacher-Led Innovation Fund (TLIF) Regional Workshops
Proposals for the current round of the Teacher-led Innovation Fund are due by 27 February.
Visit our website for application materials www.education.govt.nz/school/working-in-a-school/scholarships-for-people-working-in-schools/teacher-led-innovation-fund.
We’re providing hands-on support for interested applicants through a series of regional workshops this month. It will be an opportunity for you to test your thinking, learn from previously funded TLIF projects, and have your questions answered.
If you plan on attending, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.