Monday 23nd November

8.00am Registration  Auckland Promenade, Level 4, SkyCity Auckland Convention Centre
8.30am-9.15am Opening Ministerial Address
Transforming education for the 21st century
Hon Hekia Parata,
New Zealand Minister of Education
Auckland Room 3&4, Level 4, SkyCity Auckland Convention Centre
9.15am-10.15am Plenary Session - Thought Leadership Theme 1: What is learning for?
A focus on ways of knowing and what is worth knowing informed by indigenous/First Nation perspectives, the growing diversity of our populations and the needs of society and economy. Valerie Hannon, in conversation with:
  • Arihia Stirling, Principal and Co-Chair Ngā Kura ā-Iwi o Aotearoa
  • DrJohn Volmink, Chair: Umalusi Council, South Africa
  • Paul Bridge, Principal, Derby District High School, Western Australia
  • Professor Pavel Luksha, Director, Global Education Futures
  • Charles Fadel, Founder and Chair, Center for Curriculum Redesign, Harvard Graduate School of Education (via video)
Valerie Hannon
Board Director, Innovation Unit
Auckland Room 3&4
10.15am-10.45am Morning Tea & Official Photo – Networking Hub   Auckland Room 1

10.45am-11.45am

Plenary Session - Learning Lab Theme 1:
What is learning for?
Valerie Hannon
Board  Director, Innovation Unit
Auckland Room 3&4

11.45am-12.45pm

Workshops Round 1 Theme 1: What is learning for?  
USA Developing 21st century competencies for all students
Chair: Anthony Mackay, Co-Chair GELP
Alexis Menton
Executive Director, Partnership Development, Asia Society Center for Global Education
Epsom Room 1, Level 4
New Zealand Ki te āo hou i te āo tawhito – Ancestrally Driven, future focused 
Chair: David Albury, Board Director, Innovation Unit
Watson Ohia
Principal, Ngā Taiātea Wharekura & Uenuku Fairhall Principal, Te Kura o Te Koutu
Epsom Room 2, Level 4
Australia Education and the New Work Order
Chair: Kathe Kirby, Executive Director GELP
Jeanette Pope
Director of Director of Strategy, Policy and Research, Foundation for Young Australians (FYA)
Epsom Room 3, Level 4
Global From Knowledge-Based Economy to a Wisdom-Based Society
Chair: Valerie Hannon, Co-Chair GELP
Prof Pavel Luksha
Director, Global Education Futures 
Parnell Room, Level 4, 
12.45pm - 1.30pm Lunch – Networking Hub     Level 4, SkyCity Auckland Convention Centre
1.30pm - 2.30pm Workshops Round 2
Theme 1: What is learning for?
  
USA Developing 21st century competencies for all students
Chair: Valerie Hannon, Co-Chair GELP 
Alexis Menton 
Director, Global Cities,  Asia Society New York
Epsom Room 1
New Zealand Ki te āo hou i te āo tawhito – Ancestrally Driven, future focused 
Chair: David Albury, Board Director, Innovation Unit
Watson Ohia
Principal, Ngā Taiātea Wharekura & Uenuku Fairhall Principal, Te Kura o Te Koutu
Epsom Room 2
Australia Ways of knowing: Australian Curriculum
Chair: David Istance, Director, OECD CERI
Robert Randall
CEO, Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority
Epsom Room 3
Global From Knowledge-Based Economy to a Wisdom-Based Society
Chair: Anthony Mackay, Co-Chair GELP
Prof Pavel Luksha
Director, Global Education Futures
Parnell Room
2.30pm – 3.00pm   Plenary Session - Table Talk: Learning from Theme 1 Dr Al Bertani
Senior International Associate, Innovation Unit
Auckland Room 3&4
3.00pm - 3.15pm Afternoon Tea – Networking Hub   Auckland Room 1
3.15pm – 4.00pm Plenary session - Thought Leadership  
Theme 2: The shared responsibility for learning
Co-ownership of learning outcomes through collaboration between education systems, local communities and new partners.
Charles Leadbeater, Author & Innovator Auckland Room 3&4
4.00pm-5.00pm Plenary session - Learning Lab Theme 2: The shared responsibility for learning Valerie Hannon & David Albury
Board Directors, Innovation Unit 
Auckland Room 3&4
5.00pm-6.00pm Workshops, Round 1
Theme 2: The shared responsibility for learning
Global Creating a Learning Ecosystem: strategies for success
Chair: Dr Simon Breakspear, Senior Consultant, Centre for Strategic Education 
Prof Pavel Luksha
Director, Global Education Futures 
Epsom Room 1
USA Kentucky Rising - transforming our learning system for global readiness
Chair: Anthony Mackay, Co-Chair GELP
Barbara Bellissimo
CEO, The Fund for Transforming Education & Dr Tom Shelton Executive Director, Kentucky Association of School Superintendents, USA
Epsom Room 2
Global Frameworks and tools from OECD Innovative Learning Environments Project 
Chair: Dr Al Bertani, Senior International Associate, Innovation Unit
David Istance
Project Leader and Senior Researcher, Centre for Educational Research and Innovation, OECD
Epsom Room 3
United Kingdom How education systems can support innovation: a report to WISE
Chair: Valerie Hannon, Co-Chair GELP
Thomas Gilliford
Manager, Creative Learning and Development, The Royal Society of the Arts, UK
Parnell Room
  Free Evening   

 

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