Wellbeing in Education NZ Conference

Monday 6th April - Auckland

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TIME SESSION
8:00am Registration
Arrival coffee and tea
9:00am MIHI AND WELCOME
Conference MC Rico Gomez
9:30am THE PURPOSE, POWER AND PROMISE OF CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE PRACTICE : taking a strengths-based approach to fostering Maori success
Dr Melinda Webber
10:30am Morning tea
11.00am PROMOTING HAUORA : the why, what and how of wellbeing in schools
Dr Lucy Hone
11.40am  THE BATTLE AGAINST BOREDOM IN SCHOOLS
Dr Mette Ledertoug and Nanna Paarup
12:40pm Lunch
1:30pm  Choosing a wellbeing model for your school
Adrienne Buckingham
Sponsored by New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing and Resilience
Practical strategies and teaching resources for incorporating wellbeing into daily routines in creative ways
Anna Mowat & Claire Jones,  Sparklers 
Trauma-informed positive education: strategies for your classroom
Grace Langton, Berry Street Education Model, Melbourne
2.30pm Building creative ways to foster wellbeing in the classroom and beyond
Ritu Sehji, Westlake Boys High School
Student Voice and Learning to Learn
Asha Tupou-Vea,  Dilworth Rural Campus 
Hikina te ha! A Maori Mindfulness Programme
Rosalie Reiri, Core Education
3.00pm Afternoon tea
3:30pm TAKING A STRENGTH-BASED APPROACH : What does that mean for my school?
Dr Denise Quinlan
4:20pm

SCHOOL CASE STUDY: Team Diversity: Mangawhai Beach School's  Future Problem-Solvers are connecting people and celebrating strengths
Cate Campbell and students

4:50pm CONFERENCE CONCLUDES FOR DAY
5:00pm -
6:00pm
Social gathering and book launch
sponsored by New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing and Resilience

Tuesday 7th April - Auckland

TIME SESSION
8:00am Registration open
9:00am RELATIONSHIPS AT THE HEART OF CHANGING BEHAVIOUR IN SCHOOLS
Dr Sue Roffey
10:00am TEACHING WELLBEING IN SCHOOLS: a New Zealand wellbeing and Hauora curriculum
Associate Professor Katie Fitzpatrick and Kat Wells
           
10:30am Morning tea
11.00am BUILDING AN EFFECTIVE WELLBEING TEAM, LEADING THROUGH CHANGE
Dr Greg Jansen 
11.45am
CULTIVATING HOPE IN THE AGE OF ECO-ANXIETY
Dr Emma Woodward
12:30pm Lunch
1.20pm Pacifican – being well and Pacific -in Aotearoa
Paul Tupou-Vea, Clifftop Wellbeing 

Supporting the wellbeing of schools and communities: Connection and Belonging
Ara Simmons, Core Education

Coaching – building the  'muscle' for  wellbeing
Glenys Henry consulting 
2.05pm  #storyhui
Kerri Thompson & Sandra Howard, Tutira School & Tamatea School
Why are girls more stressed? 
Jennifer Goddard, Sancta Maria College
Embedding concepts, principles and practices of Positive Education in a subject-specific academic curriculum
Gabriela Maldonado, Kristin School 
2.20pm  Social Emotional Learning through Place Responsive Digital Storytelling
Richard Van Dam, Dilworth School  
Jades Speaks Up: Empowering children's voice in wellbeing
Elaine Dyer, Geoff Bridgman, Jade Speaks Up Trust 
Creating a Bespoke Wellbeing Curriculum
Jess Patrick, St Peter's Cambridge 
2.35pm Boys leadership and Wellbeing
Sam Ward, Otaki College
Rainbow Youth at Kings College: from fitting in to making room
Sarah Currie & a student, Kings College 

Full engagement for raised student achievement and wellbeing outcomes  
Niki Manoa, Northcote College

2.50pm Afternoon tea
3:15pm NAVIGATING WELLBEING CHANGE : What? So what? Now what?
Providing time for reflection and planning the next stages
Facilitated by Dr Denise Quinlan and Dr Lucy Hone
4:15pm

CONFERENCE CONCLUDES (finish by 4.30pm)
POROPOROAKI

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