Professional learning with global experts
CORE Education, in collaboration with New Pedagogies for Deep Learning (NPDL), invites you to attend the Deep Learning Lab 2016.
This is a unique opportunity for educators to collaborate with global experts to investigate and evaluate ways in which we can improve our teaching practice and outcomes for learners.
Join NPDL Global Directors Michael Fullan, Joanne McEachen, and Joanne Quinn, as well as international cluster leaders, to discuss leading-edge innovations for deep learning.
- Sunday 2 October 4–6pm – Welcome & Networking Reception
- Monday 3 October 8.30am–5pm – Deep Learning Lab
- Tuesday 4 October 8.30am–3pm – Deep Learning Lab
Location: Christ's College, Christchurch, New Zealand
Investment: NZ$455 (discounts available for registered NPDL schools in NZ – please inquire directly to Margot McKeegan)
View the Deep Learning Lab programme
Download the Deep Learning Lab programme (PDF, 652KB)
Explore: Exemplars of Deep Learning activity and initiatives, new measures for Deep Learning
Collaborate: Collaborative inquiry and facilitation strategies, build collective knowledge and expertise in the new pedagogies
Lead: Strategies for whole system change, building capacity to promote deep learning
If you are currently an NPDL cluster member or are interested in joining a cluster and finding out more information about NPDL, then register now to attend this Deep Learning Lab.
Registrations are now closed for 2016
New Pedagogies for Deep Learning in New Zealand
New Pedagogies for Deep Learning (NPDL) is a professional learning partnership run in collaboration with Michael Fullan, that fits ideally with the aspirations of clusters seeking to work as a Community of Learning (CoL) under the IES initiative.
As the Cluster lead for New Zealand, CORE Education is proud to offer the NPDL programme as part of our professional learning solutions. We provide support for the NZ schools participating in the programme, linking them with schools from Australia, Canada, Netherlands, Uruguay, Finland, and the USA.
You may also be interested in attending uLearn16, New Zealand’s premier conference for educators? This is being held 5–7 October 2016, in Rotorua, New Zealand. Click here for more information and to register for uLearn.