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Thursday, August 8 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Making Schooling About Learning

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Haeata Community Campus is a new school a new school set up in post earthquake Christchurch, born out of the closure of four schools in a deprived urban area, is challenging every status quo that exists in our normal thinking about schools.
Haeata is a Year 1-13 urban school with approximately 1000 students.
Our curriculum is built around a dispositional foundation where students and teachers focus first and foremost on building their dispositions from within and then on building on these for all other learning. Then other learning is developed around on an inquiry learning approach for all students from 5 through to 18 years and how that looks developmentally appropriate at different stages of the schooling experience.
Collaborative practice is a feature for both teachers and students with up to 25 teachers working together to support the programs of learning for groups of up to 400 students.
In Session One we will share our journey with you and illustrate how we are challenging the status quo in schools and in education in the way we deliver and construct learning. There will be opportunities for you to spend some time comparing and contrasting your school’s learning design and delivery and create an action plan for what you could go back to school and implement differently. 
This hands-on session is suitable for: K-12

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Karyn Gray

Director of Learning, Haeata Community Campus
Karyn is currently a Kaihautū Whakako ( Director of Learning) at Haeata Community Campus in Christchurch. Prior to this Karyn has been a Principal of Te Karaka Area School, Hataitai School in Wellington and International School Nadi in Fiji. Karyn is a passionate advocate of the... Read More →
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Jono Broom

Kaiarahi (Team Leader, Haeata Community Campus

Thursday August 8, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm AEST
Room: M9