PROGRAMME


SUNDAY 7 JULY 2024

6.00PM  - ALL WELCOME

The conference organising committee will be at Riverside Markets, Cnr Lichfield St & Oxford Tce and invite you to pop in and say hi.   Great opportunity for you to connect with the organisers, presenters and delegates before conference.   Make the most of the fabulous food and beverage options available - click here for more information and pricing.  (Note - at your cost)

MONDAY 8 JULY 2024

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CLICK HERE to view your workshop options.  Workshops will be held for a duration of 45 minutes and/or 90 minutes. 

TimeEventVenue
08.00am
Registration and networking
Fitness and Wellness Centre
08.30amPowhiri
Assemble on lawn outside PAC Auditorium
09.30amKai - Morning Tea
G block
10.00amConference opening - housekeeping
MC - Juliet Duder
PAC
Auditorium
10.15amPanel session - What should the HPE curriculum refresh look like? A panel discussion and debate

Convened by Katie Fitzpatrick, Professor Curriculum and Pedagogy

Panel:  Melinda Webber, Jean Allen, Hayley McGlashan, Jenny Robertson, Bevan Erueti, Susie Smith, Phil Washbourn

As the Ministry of Education considers the refresh of the HPE elements of the New Zealand Curriculum, it is timely for the field to consider the history of HPE curriculum policy and to engage in debate and discussion about what the new curriculum should look like. What key whakaaro, concepts, kaupapa, knowledge and skills might be considered central to learning in this area? What curriculum knowledge should remain and what needs updating? Why is learning in HPE a central curriculum concern? This plenary session will involve a range of voices from the field including scholars, researchers, teachers and students, as well as those knowledgeable about mātauranga Māori, Pacific knowledge systems, and education diversity.

PAC
Auditorium
11.45amSession 1
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S block + practical spaces
12.30pm Kai - Lunch
G block
1.30pm Session 2
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S block + Practical spaces
3.00pmKai - Afternoon teaG block
3.30pmSession 3
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S block + Practical spaces
4.15pm  5.00pmWHAT'S ON TOP?

Select from one of the three sessions below, interactive conversation style
1. What's on top? Physical Education New Zealand (PENZ)
2. What's on top? Education Outdoors New Zealand (EONZ)
3. NZ Health Education Association (NZHEA)

S block + Practical spaces
7.00pmDinner - The Tannery
Cash bar available
The Tannery






TUESDAY 9 JULY 2021

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TimeEventVenue
08.30am
Registration and networking                                                         
PAC
Auditorium Foyer
08.45amKarakia
Recap of day one - day two outline
PAC
Auditorium
09.00amKeynote session

Mark Mandeno,  Adventure Works

Hi, I’m Mark, in 2015 I acquired a C5 complete spinal cord injury and I live with quadriplegia. 

The moment I became “disabled” wasn’t just a change in physical ability—it was a revelation of the deeply entrenched prejudices within society. As I adjusted to my new body, I began experiencing the subtle and not subtle ways society marginalises, and holds inherently negative beliefs and associations of those with impairments.

Let’s embark on a journey of unraveling societal perceptions, challenging stereotypes, and embracing the diverse facets of disability identity.

PAC
Auditorium

10.10am
Kai - Morning tea

10.40amSession 4 and Session 4A
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S block + Practical spaces
11.35amSession 4A continues

Session 5
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S block + Practical spaces
12.20pm-1.20pm Kai - Lunch G block
1.30pmSession 6 and Session 6A
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S block + Practical spaces
2.25pmSession 6A continues

Session 7
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S block + Practical spaces
3.10pmKai - Afternoon tea
G block

Venue close