Exciting Lightning Sessions
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Exciting Lightning Sessions

Our  Lightning Sessions for NBEC are finalised. Cruise through the 30 sessions and pick the ones you really want to attend. There is a limit for each session.  Jayne Harrison is one of our session speakers. Hear what she has to say about bringing the ‘Innovation Mindset to Learning’ http://bit.ly/2xWOxY7  

There is genius in passion
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There is genius in passion

Gordon D Paterson reflects on the life experiences that led him to the threshold of his doctorate focused on youth sport coaching strategies that are conducive to strengthening the self-esteem of school sport participants. His story covers the impact of his teacher-coach parents; influence of school teachers and coaches, including a year in New Zealand...

Building Learning Power – READ this Research
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Building Learning Power – READ this Research

“I tried to improve my own questioning so that children wouldn’t just say words like “I made good links or he made links” I wanted them to be able to explain, for example, that they had made links to previous learning and say why. I used more open questions myself and allowed them time to...

by July 21, 2017July 25, 2017
Your face scares me
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Your face scares me

Guy Claxton’s KEYNOTE ADDRESS will focus on learning powered schools and how to teach boys to teach themselves. Todd Finley (Edutopia) writes a great article on understanding the hyper-rational adolescent brain. Worth a read in view of Claxton’s upcoming keynote at NBEC Boys to Men: Learning Today – Leading Tomorrow.

by July 14, 2017July 25, 2017
Ascension Project
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Ascension Project

As NBEC Learning Today-Leading Tomorrow draws closer, it is a good opportunity to read The Ascension Project  which considers several ideas inherent in the upcoming Conference especially the need for brotherhood, restraint and responsibility, and importantly, mentors. Register now for NBEC at EarlyBird rate

by July 13, 2017July 25, 2017
Important vs Urgent Skills – Flipped Learning Makes Sense in  STEM Classes
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Important vs Urgent Skills – Flipped Learning Makes Sense in STEM Classes

One of our Keynote Presenters, award-winner Andrew Douch, presents one perspective on flipped learning in his recent blogpost @ https://andrewdouch.wordpress.com/…/important-vs-urgent-sk…/ Important vs Urgent Skills – One Reason Flipped Learning Makes Sense in a STEM Classroom “In many ways, I think the term “flipped learning” does a disservice to the concept of flipped learning by implying that...

by July 11, 2017July 25, 2017
Dr Kristy Goodwin will speak at NBEC 2017!
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Dr Kristy Goodwin will speak at NBEC 2017!

Fast breaking news – Dr Kristy Goodwin will be speaking on Monday at our NBEC 2017.  In her book Raising your child in a digital world, she notes, “Not only do we have to wrangle remote controls and tablet devices from our children (and deal with subsequent techno-tantrums and meltdowns), but we’re also worrying about their...

by July 3, 2017July 25, 2017
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