Open Afternoon 2019

The New Zealand MIE Experts invite you to join us at our professional learning Open Afternoon at:

Freemans Bay School, 95 Wellington St, Freemans Bay, Auckland on Saturday 5th October from 1:15pm-4:45pm.

As part of our annual hui we open our doors to all teachers to share an afternoon of incredible learning about digital technologies. With more than 30 teacher focused sessions on offer, there will be something for everyone.

You can register for our open afternoon HERE 

SESSION ONE – 1:30 PM  
· Social Emotional Learning Becky Keene
· Teacher tips and tricks using Office 365 John Phelps
· A Creative Toolbox: DT’s for teachers working in the creative arts Deanne Joosten and Bridget Crooks
· Make whats next with microbit Trent Ray
· Makey Makeys as Prototyping Tools Phillipa Dick
· Leading a Culture of Innovation  Tamara Sullivan
· Leading Digital Technologies and Hangarau Matihiko Rosalie Reiri and Tim Bell
· A critical analysis of the use of OneNote Class Notebook Prasad Patchigalla
· Hands on Hacking STEM STEM Team
· Inclusive technologies – accessibility and immersive reader Donna Golightly
· Minecraft EE: Introducing Nga Motu Whetu Paitai
SESSION TWO – 2:30 PM  
· Retro Games Arcade with Makecode Pip Cleaves
· Empowering student voice with video and extended reality Becky Keene
·5 ways to evidence critical and creative thinking Trent Ray
· Do your:bit – Micro:bit across the curriculum  Troy Smith
· DDDO story telling with PowerPoint animation  Donna Golightly
· Getting Agile in the Classroom Chris Dillon
· Nayland College: Our Journey Whole school Development using Microsoft Suite  Gaye Bloomfield and Gerd Banke
· Creativity cornucopia – demonstrations, hands on play, hints, tips, templates and examples to inspire learners John Phelps
· Makey Makeys as Prototyping Tools Phillipa Dick
· Hands on Hacking STEM STEM Team
SESSION THREE – 3:45 PM  
· Student Voice with Flipgrid Shelley Duncan
· Getting Agile in the Classroom Chris Dillon
· Do your:bit – Micro:bit across the curriculum  Troy Smith
· Collecting creativity – Cross curricular approaches to promote creativity Deanne Joosten and Bridget Crooks
· Content curation and collaboration with Teams + Wakelet Becky Keene
· Develeoping effective collaboration skills through Minecraft EE Trent Ray 
· MergeCube Mayhem Pip Cleaves
· New and emerging technology Tamara Sullivan
· Hands on Hacking STEM STEM Team
· Examining the relationship between games, student-driven learning and the NZ Key Competencies Marianne Malmstrom

Register for a workshop HERE