All of the below conference sessions, catering, exhibition and social functions will take place at Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre.
THURSDAY 21 APRIL 2022
3.30pm Registration opens - delegates collect name tags and satchels
6.00pm Venue closes
FRIDAY 22 APRIL 2022
7.15am Registration opens - delegates collect name tags and satchels
8.45am Conference opening
Pio Terei–Master of Ceremonies
9.05am NZSTA President’s address – Lorraine Kerr, President NZSTA - MNZM
9.15am NZSTA Chief Executive Officer's address- Elise Adams
9.15am Keynote session - Dr Mere Berryman ONZM PhD MEd, Univertsity of Waikato
Considering Our Role and Responsibility in Leading Learning for ‘Belonging’
Having to leave our culture at the school gate and experience schooling that marginalised
and belittled our own cultural identity, has been the experience of generations of Māori.
It was hoped that Tomorrows’ Schools might disrupt and change this situation.
However, equity in schools and enhancing our student’s sense of belonging, requires more critical responsibility from all of us.
10.00am Morning tea - Exhibition opens
10.30am Keynote session – To be confirmed
11.15am Keynote session - Hon Kelvin Davis, Associate Minister of Education (Māori Education)
12.00pm Lunch in the Exhibition Hall
1.00pm Regional meetings
2.30pm SEMINAR SESSION ONE
2.30pm MASTERCLASS ONE, TWO AND THREE
4.00pm Afternoon tea in the Exhibition Hall
4.30pm SEMINAR SESSION TWO
4.30pm MASTERCLASSES CONTINUE
6.00pm Cocktail function in the Exhibition Hall
7.00pm Venue closes
SATURDAY 23 APRIL 2022
7.30am Registration opens
8.30am Keynote session - Keith McGregor, Director/Owner Personnel Psychology NZ Ltd
Practical strategies to create reslient and motivated teams
What do I do when ...? This session provides some practical psychological strategies to use when life is not being nice to you.
When people are being difficult, when you are feeling stressed or worried, when the everything is just becoming too much.
The topics are designed to help you and others achieve your goals and enjoy life.
9.30am SEMINAR SESSION THREE
9.30am MASTERCLASS FOUR, FIVE AND SIX
11.00am Morning tea in the Exhibition Hall
11.30am NZSTA Annual General Meeting
1.00pm Lunch in the Exhibition Hall
2.00pm SEMINAR SESSION FOUR
2.00pm MASTERCLASSES CONTINUE
3.30pm Afternoon tea in the Exhibition Hall
4.00–5.30pm SEMINAR SESSION FIVE
7.00pm NZSTA Conference Dinner in the River Rooms
SUNDAY 24 APRIL 2022
7.30am Registration opens
8.30am SEMINAR SESSION SIX
10.00am Morning tea in the Exhibition Hall
10.30am Keynote session – Dr Michelle Johansson, Ako Mātātupu: Teach First NZ, Kaitiaki | CEO
What will it take to change the world for Young Brown Scholars?
In Aotearoa, the Covid-19 crisis has called to arms our team of five million.
We have locked our borders and worked hard to protect our people.
The problem is that many of us have been living in crisis for a long time before Coronavirus hit our shores.
In this session, we’ll think about power, crisis and agency and how we might co-conspire to change the world for our young brown scholars.
11.30am Prize giving with our sponsors
12 noon Poroporoaki