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Day One | Wednesday 9 October

From: 9 October 2019 7:30AM
To: 9 October 2019 4:30PM
Location: Howard Smith Wharves

Deep Learning Lab registration opens at 7.30am, with the event commencing at 8:30am. Tea and coffee will be available on arrival.

Deep Learning Lab Opening

8.30AM – 9.00AM
Welcome – Neil McDonald, CEO, QELi
Student Opening – Humpybong State School
Acknowledgement of Country – Stuart Fergie

Plenary Sessions

9.00AM – 10.00AM
Kurangais: Thriving in a Changing World
Joanne McEachen, Global New Measures Director

Karanga is a Māori term that means ‘a call out in welcome’. As educators, we are all invited to shape with our students an educational experience that helps learners succeed, not only in school but over the course of their lives. While the world may be rapidly changing, what gives people meaning and fulfillment stays consistent wherever we are in the world. And once we know what learners need for lifelong success, it is our responsibility to answer the call.

10.00AM – 11.00AM
Equity and Deep Learning: Twin Goals for System Change
Michael Fullan, Global Leadership Director

Learn how addressing equity and Deep Learning in deliberate specific ways will serve to accomplish system change required for survival and flourishing in 2020 and beyond.

Lunch

11.00AM – 11.45AM

Concurrent Sessions

11.45AM – 12.55PM
Workshop 1: Nuance: The Devil is in the Details
Michael Fullan, Global Leadership Director

A discussion of the roles of each level of the system: Local, mid-level and system level. Context is key- context means detail- therefore leaders have to be experts at understanding context.

Workshop 2: 5 Ways to Cultivate Collaborative Cultures
Joanne Quinn, Global Capacity Building Director

Examine five ways to cultivate a change culture that unlocks the collaboration and innovation need to address the challenges of today and tomorrow. Dig into a Collaborative Leadership Assessment Tool and develop strategies to foster a thriving culture of growth that attracts and unleashes potential.

Workshop 3: Measuring Well Being
Joanne McEachen, Global New Measures Director

Making the important measurable and not the measurable important. Human wellbeing at any stage of our lives is a function of four interrelated outcomes––self-understanding, knowledge, competency, and connection. These deeper learning outcomes give us wellbeing, meaning, and fulfillment because they help us contribute to others’ lives and to the world. With the help of Learning Progressions and other key tools, educators can approach wellbeing with purpose and intention by committing to the measurement of deeper learning outcomes.

Concurrent Sessions

1.00PM – 2.10PM
Workshop 1: Nuance: The Devil is in the Details
Michael Fullan, Global Leadership Director

A discussion of the roles of each level of the system: Local, mid-level and system level. Context is key- context means detail- therefore leaders have to be experts at understanding context.

Workshop 2: 5 Ways to Cultivate Collaborative Cultures
Joanne Quinn, Global Capacity Building Director

Examine five ways to cultivate a change culture that unlocks the collaboration and innovation need to address the challenges of today and tomorrow. Dig into a Collaborative Leadership Assessment Tool and develop strategies to foster a thriving culture of growth that attracts and unleashes potential.

Workshop 3: Measuring Well Being
Joanne McEachen, Global New Measures Director

Making the important measurable and not the measurable important. Human wellbeing at any stage of our lives is a function of four interrelated outcomes––self-understanding, knowledge, competency, and connection. These deeper learning outcomes give us wellbeing, meaning, and fulfillment because they help us contribute to others’ lives and to the world. With the help of Learning Progressions and other key tools, educators can approach wellbeing with purpose and intention by committing to the measurement of deeper learning outcomes.

Afternoon Tea

2.10PM – 2.40PM

Plenary Session

2.40PM – 3.45PM
Lead Discussion Panel – Burning Questions
Michael Fullan, Global Leadership Director
Joanne Quinn, Global Capacity Building Director
Joanne McEachen, Global New Measures Director

Day One Closing

3.45PM
Neil McDonald, CEO, QELi
Cluster Leads: AISNSW, Broken Bay Diocese, Department of Education Queensland, Department of Education Victoria and Core Education New Zealand

Conclusion of Day 1 Deep Learning Lab 2019

4:00PM
You are welcome to network and continue the day’s festivities at Felons Brewing Co.

Day Two | Thursday 10 October

From: 10 October 2019 8:30AM
To: 10 October 2019 3:15PM
Location: Howard Smith Wharves

8.30AM – 8.45AM
Welcome and Day 2 Open
Neil McDonald, QELi, CEO

Plenary Session

8.45AM – 9.30AM
Good at Learning and Good at Life
Joanne Quinn, Global Capacity Building Director and Joanne McEachen, Global New Measures Director

Deep Learning puts the joy into learning for students and adults alike and it’s spreading rapidly because it is meaningful, gives purpose, and unleashes potential. Explore the emerging discoveries from the deep learning work that are impacting student lives and catalysing this learning movement across the globe

Concurrent Sessions

9.30AM – 10.30AM
Workshop 1: Designing Deep Learning – Tips and Tools
Joanne Quinn, Global Capacity Building Director

Learning from the work is the best way to get started and to propel change in the classroom. This highly interactive session will examine how the four elements of learning design are a catalyst for creating authentic deep learning experiences. You will be introduced to protocols, tools, video and exemplars that will deepen your practice and unleash the potential of your students.

9.30AM – 10.30AM
Workshop 2: Assessment for Deep Learning
Joanne McEachen, Global New Measures Director

Measuring deeper learning outcomes like citizenship, character, critical thinking, self-understanding and connection, requires Authentic Mixed-Method Assessment (AMMA)––the process of gathering the breadth of learning evidence that provides a full understanding of learners and their needs. Through rich and layered learning experiences grounded in curricular content and aimed at the development of deeper learning outcomes, educators can gather the evidence they need to measure each learner’s journey to lifelong success.

Masterclass and Think-Tanks

10.30AM – 11.30AM

Masterclass: Leading a New Change Dynamic – From Isolation to Collaboration
Presented by Kirsten Ferdinands, Chris Dench and Darren Wallwork
Department of Education Queensland

Think-Tank 1: Creating Culture of Teaching for Thinking
Presented by Chris Buswell, Mountain Creek State High School

Think-Tank 2: Kilcoy, More Than Cows . . . Visible, Explicit, Deliberate
Presented by Head of Department Team, Kilcoy State High School

Think-Tank 3: Student Choice and Voice: Growing Globally Engaged & Active Learners
Presented by Melanie Wetton, Simone Fenwick, and Jody Smart, Humpybong State School

Think-Tank 4: Precision in Pedagogy
Presented by Scott Millman and the Department of Education Queensland South-East Region Cluster Team

Lunch

11.30AM – 12.15PM

Masterclass and Think-Tanks

12.15PM – 1.15PM

Masterclass: A Systemised Approach: Building Collaborative Deep Learning Clusters
Presented by Rosemary Vellar, Jorga Marrum, Ngaire Shepherd-Wills, Anna Antonijevic, and Lynn Davie

Think-Tank 1: Whole School Collaboration – From Vision to Practice
Presented by Matthew Bradley, Jody Ziggliotto and Mel Radke, Nambour State College

Think-Tank 2: Deep Learning Every Day – Bringing the Curriculum to Life
Presented by Rob Profitt-White

Think-Tank 3: TBA (Victoria)
Presented by TBA

Think-Tank 4: Working Smarter, Not Harder: Integrating NPDL into Your School
Presented by Jessie Volavola and Carly Barnes Bohally, Intermediate School,
New Zealand

Lunch

1.15PM – 1.45PM

Plenary Sessions

1.45PM – 2.15PM
Living as a Global Change Catalyst
Zoe Gralton and Emily Snell, Sunshine Beach State High School

2.15PM
Discussion Panel – Leading Learning
Joanne McEachen, Global New Measures Director and Joanne Quinn, Global Capacity Building Director
Scott Millman, Darren Wallwork, Kirsten Ferdinands and Emily Snell (Other Y2BC)

Deep Learning Lab Closing

3.00PM
Neil McDonald, CEO, QELi
New Zealand Deep Learning Cluster

Conclusion of Deep Learning Lab 2019

3.15PM

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