Kāhui Ako Across School Teachers – Seminar

Presenter: Educational Theory, Policy and Practice Research Hub
  • Date: Thursday, 22 October 2020 to Thursday, 22 October 2020
  • Time: 04:00PM to 05:45PM
  • Location: Rehua 005, Ilam Campus, University of Canterbury, Cnr Arts & Forestry Roads
  • Ticket: Free $0.00

Since 2013, education policy in Aotearoa has overtly focused on cross-sector collaboration, most centrally through the progressive implementation of Kāhui Ako | Communities of Learning. Currently, some 697,000 learners and 3,364 education providers are involved, collaborating to help students achieve their full potential.

This seminar brings together Across School Teachers (AST), staff from the Ministry, and students and academics from the University of Canterbury’s School of Educational Studies and Leadership to discuss how we can further mobilise the success of Kāhui Ako through supporting AST. Please come and join us for a session of presentations and discussion. 


4.15pm   Professor Letitia Fickel – Welcome (UC)

4.20pm   Joseph Houghton – Across School Teacher in Kāhui Ako ki Ōtākaro, teacher at Shirley Boys’ High School and PhD candidate

4.35pm   Associate Professor Susan Lovett – Leading from the middle (UC)

4.50pm   Isaac Day – Principal and EdD Candidate

5.05pm   Associate Professor Annelies Kamp – Leading a network (UC)

5.15pm   Lauren Luketina and Magnum Tuipulotu – Thinking forward (MoE)

Light refreshments, discussion and networking


Contact website: www.canterbury.ac.nz/education

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