Wellbeing in Education NZ Conference

Thursday 2nd April - Christchurch

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2 December

TIME SESSION
8:00am Registration open
Arrival coffee and tea
9:00am MIHI AND WELCOME
9:30am CHANGING BEHAVIOUR IN SCHOOLS: why relationships are at the heart of effective behaviour management
Dr Sue Roffey
10:30am Morning tea
11:00am THE PURPOSE, POWER AND PROMISE OF CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE PRACTICE: taking a strengths-based approach to fostering Maori success
Melinda Webber
12:00pm

CASE STUDIES

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12:30pm Lunch
1:30pm  CULTIVATING HOPE IN THE AGE OF ECO-ANXIETY
Dr Emma Woodward 
2:15pm transition time 
2:25pm  IS YOUR SCHOOL NEW ENTRANT
READY?  Strategies and action research
investigating best-practice transitions for tamariki
USING TE TIRITI TO SUPPORT WELLBEING IN YOUR STUDENTS AND SCHOOL
Janelle Riki-Waaka
CASE STUDIES
3:00pm Afternoon tea
3:30pm PROMOTING EDUCATOR WELLBEING
Steve Zonnevylle
and David Armstrong
CASE STUDIES

TRAUMA-INFORMED POSITIVE EDUCATION:
strategies for your classroom

Speaker from internationally recognised
Berry Street Education Model, Melbourne, Australia          

4:30pm

ALL OF THIS IS FOR YOU: Growing Inclusion and Belonging in Schools
Panel Discussion with Ruby Jones, author of "All of This Is for You: A Little Book of Kindness", and teachers and students from St Bede's and Marion Colleges
 

5:00pm - 6:00pm Social gathering and book launch

Friday 3rd April - Christchurch

TIME SESSION
8:00am Refreshments
Arrival coffee and tea
8:30am THE BATTLE AGAINST BOREDOM IN SCHOOLS
Dr Mette Ledertoug and Dr Nanna Paarup
9:30am CHANGE YOUR BRAIN - CHANGE YOUR LIFE
Nathan Wallis
10:30am Morning tea
11.00am  WRITING A STRATEGIC WELLBEING PLAN UPPING OUR GAME
applying effective frameworks and pedgogies to wellbeing planning and implementation
TEACHING WELLBEING : 
school perspectives on creating and buying wellbeing programmes
 
Katie Fitzpatrick
11.55am USING THE MENTAL HEALTH AND HAUROA CURRICULUM RESOURCES IN YOUR SCHOOL
Katie Fitzpatrick 
12:30pm Lunch
1:30pm  WHY COACHING SHOULD BE PART OF YOUR SCHOOL'S WELLBEING STRATEGY FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF
Dr Christian van Nieuwerburgh
2:15pm NAVIGATING WELLBEING CHANGE: What? So what? Now what? 
Time to reflection and planning next steps
This session will be led by Dr Lucy Hone and Dr Denise Quinlan. Other speakers will also be available to assist with your planning time
3:15pm
WRAP UP AND FINAL WORDS
3.30pm
CONFERENCE CONCLUDES 3.45PM
POROPOROAKI

Saturday 4th April - Christchurch

WORKSHOP
subject to minimum numbers being reached


TIME SESSION
8:00am Registration open
8:30am THE BATTLE AGAINST
BOREDOM IN SCHOOLS
Dr Mette Ledertoug and Dr Nanna Paarup
MANAGING ANXIETY IN SCHOOLS: for students and staff
Dr Emma Woodward
12:00pm
Lunch            
12:45pm RECIPES FOR COPING WITH CHALLENGING
CLASSROOM BEHAVIOUR

Dr Sue Roffey

TEACHING WELLBEING: working with the Mental Health
and Haurora Curriculum in your school

Katie Fitzpatrick
           

4:15pm WORKSHOP WRAP UP & POROPOROAKI

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