What have we learnt from our 'remote learning' experience? What are the implications and opportunities for the future? Join us for an exploration of what the future could hold.
We live in a connected world and one positive from our current experience is the realisation that physical distance does not limit what we can do with others. It has also reemphasized the importance of the local. Of face to face. But what is possible once we start blending the best of the two worlds together?
This will be an asynchronous knowledge building approach using a series of padlet walls, culminating in a Zoom Discussion with a panel of experts.
When: Thursday 3.30 - 4.30 28 May
Who: Derek Wenmoth (Future Makers), Chris Clay (BrightSpots, Boma), Kate Shevland (Principal Orewa College), Alicia Poroa (Haeata Community Campus), Dr Scott McLeod (Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Colorado), Perry Rush (NZ Principals' Federation)
How: Via Zoom. Register to be sent the link.
Focus: "What have we learnt from our 'remote learning' experience? What are the implications and opportunities for the future?"
Exploring the Future: Participate now
This is an open invitation to participate in a bit of light knowledge building leading into the panel discussion
Join this padlet wall and start building with others. What does this involve? The general concept is to build ideas as a community, rather than individuals. This means that we don't post in isolation. We always look to improve and develop what has already been contributed.
- Add posts with new ideas. Link these to related existing ideas.
- Add posts that develop an idea someone else has contributed. Link it back.
- Add posts with a question, statement of provocation
- Comment on posts with questions, further ideas, comments, examples. Start a discussion.
As themes develop we can move them to a new wall to avoid clutter.
Have fun :-)