Building, Designing & Maintaining Modern Schools & Facilities

Creating 21C learning environments to enhance New Zealand’s education outcomes

28 Jul 2020Ellerslie Events Centre, Auckland
Event Details
  • Conference
  • Early bird price $799 + GST
  • Early bird ends on 22 Jun
  • Last minute price $999 + GST
  • 28 Jul 2020
  • Remote Attendance
  • $499 + GST
  • 28 Jul 2020
  • Online
  • Workshop(s)
  • Early bird price from $799 + GST
  • Early bird ends on 22 Jun
  • Last minute price from $999 + GST
  • 29 Jul 2020

Agenda

8.30
Registration and coffee
9.00
Opening remarks from the Chair
Mike Shaw, Chair - Board of Trustees, Rangitoto College & Associate Director of Communications, Massey University
LAYING THE FOUNDATION: THE DRIVE BEHIND THE INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADE FOR SCHOOLS ACROSS NEW ZEALAND
9.10
Opening keynote: Building modern learning environments that encourage collaboration

The Government’s investment into school infrastructure on either refurb or new build projects provides schools in NZ with modern learning environments (MLEs). This opening session will delve into the crux of how learners (adults and children) can operate in MLEs and collaborate effectively to drive results that helps improve New Zealand’s education sector.

  •          Understanding the shift from traditional classrooms to MLEs – diving into the need for an infrastructure upgrade
  •          Learning how teachers can effectively collaborate in 21C learning spaces that require a change of behaviour for all
  •          Tips and tricks on what changes need to happen to effectively collaborate
Mary Wilson, Director, Bats Inc
9.50
The use of technology in modern learning environments and how this is helping students to prepare for the future workforce
  • The future of work is changing. How do we keep up as education providers and can tech be the answer? 
  • Insights into the top technological innovations in education
  • A case in point: how Mission Ready blends technology, learning and workplace experience to prepare students for the future
Diana Sharma, Mission Director, Mission Ready HQ
10.30
Morning break
11.00
Legal update for schools: What do schools need to know

A discussion of key concerns for schools in procuring projects from a legal perspective, including:

  • How to set up the project for success and protect the school’s legal and commercial interests; and
  • Ensuring the school understands its legal obligations to protect students, staff, workers and others on the site
Richard Monigatti, Associate, Dentons Kensington Swan
Katrina Van Houtte, Special Counsel, Dentons Kensington Swan
11.40
Architect’s perspective: Designing modern school buildings
  • Discussing the challenges that architects are facing within a school rebuild project
  • Taking into account the needs of the school as well as the Ministry – how does the architect work with all the stakeholders and end-users involved to deliver the best possible solution?
  • Delivering the project within budget and on time – what are the ways of achieving this for school rebuild or refurbish projects?
12.10
Lunch break
CASE STUDIES FROM NEW BUILD AND REFURBISHED SCHOOLS
1.10
Influence of design and pedagogy in a modern learning environment
  • Showcasing the role design, and pedagogy play in achieving a school's desired education outcome?
  • Adjusting to the shift – what practices can be put in play to adapt to a new teaching environment?
  • Developing curious minds – how are the teaching methods preparing students for the future
1:40
Case study: The journey 5-years on from being a modern school | Hobsonville Point Secondary School
  • Shedding insight into how Hobsonville Point Secondary School has developed over the last 5 years
  • Documenting the evolution of Hobsonville Point Secondary School – how has the design and pedagogy evolved in the last 5-years
  • Implementing practices to help new teachers and students adapt to the learning environment – how is Hobsonville Point Secondary School helping their stakeholders settle in
Maurie Abraham, Principal, Hobsonville Point Secondary School
2.10
School property management: The do’s and the don’ts
  • Establishing the guidelines of a project manager within a school build project – what is expected from them?
  • Discussing the differences between a private school project and public-school project – how do the outcomes differ? Where does the funding come from? What are the differences in the project contract?
  • 5YA projects- what do the project manager and school need to consider when executing this efficiently?
Liz deKort, Project Director, Rubix
2.40
Panel: Collaborating to design and deliver outstanding 21C learning environments
  • Looking at options to have principals and architects collaborate on rebuild or refurb projects – what are some effective ways of achieving this?
  • Tips and tricks on adding influence on a project from all stakeholders involved
  • Sharing the challenges faced and solutions to overcome those in such build projects
Alicia Whata, Principal, Grey Lynn School
Brett Heaven, Director, Rubix
Raj Bhikha, Property Chairperson, Mt Albert Grammar School; Board Chair & Mt Roskill Primary School
3:10
Afternoon break
INSPIRATION FROM CHRISTCHURCH’S SCHOOLS
3:40
Case study: Showcasing a modern approach to a school | Haeata Community Campus

Haeata Community Campus is a state-owned school that has been in operation for 3-years. In this session, Karyn, delves into the teaching approaches the school has implemented.

  • Diving into teaching practices that incorporate project-based learning as well as ‘play’ based learning
  • Catering to the educational needs of kids of all ages – how is Haeata Community Campus achieving this?
  • Discussing how Haeata’s learning from aspects that haven’t gone to plan – how have they grown with this knowledge?
Karyn Gray, Director of Learning, Haeata Community Campus
4:20
Closing keynote: The 8-year journey from a demolished school to a functioning in a new modern building | Avonside Girls High School

Avonside Girls High School was severely damaged in the 2011 Christchurch earthquake and as a result, their school building was demolished. It has taken 8-years for the school to be fully functional again. This session will dive into the hurdles that Avonside Girls High School faced.

Sue Hume, Principal, Avonside Girls' High School
5:00
Closing remarks from the Chair
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