Coach-Ed Symposium Programme

CoachEd-logo2COACHING IN EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM  PROGRAMME

Venue: Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron, Auckland

  23rd August 2018

 

TIME WORKSHOP DETAILS
8:00 am – 8:30 am

Registration opens

Coffee/Tea
Welcome
8:45  – 9:45 am

KEYNOTE 1

INTEGRATING COACHING AND POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY IN SCHOOLS: PRIORITISING WELLBEING – Professor Christian van Nieuwerburgh
In this keynote, Christian will discuss the latest thinking in the integration of coaching and positive psychology. He will then explore how this way of thinking can impact directly on learners and educators in our schools.
9:50 – 10:50 am

KEYNOTE 2

HOST LEADERSHIP – Jason Pascoe – GCI Australia
In a world of uncertainty, dealing with complex or ‘wicked’ problems, can be overwhelming. Often, our views of leadership sit somewhere between the metaphor of Hero or Servant. Introducing the new, yet ancient, metaphor of Host, can support and guide the thinking, strategy and actions of the modern leader.This keynote address introduces the metaphor of Host and begins to explore the 6 roles and 4 positions of this type of leader as described in the acclaimed book by Dr Mark McKergow and Helen Baily, Host the Six Roles on Engagement (2014).
11:00 am MORNING TEA
11:30 am – 12:45 pm

Workshop 1

USING STRENGTH IN SCHOOLS – Professor Christian van Nieuwerburgh
In this workshop, delegates will have an opportunity to experience ways of using strengths cards in classrooms and with educators.
11:30 am – 12:45 pm

Workshop 2

USING A COACHING APPROACH IN KAHUI AKO TO DEVELOP COLLABORATIVE PRACTICES – Alison Spence (ACCOS)
This workshop will explore the links between effective leadership and using a coaching approach to develop and strengthen collaborative practices.
11:30 am – 12:45 pm

Workshop 3

STUDENTS AS PEER COACHES – Shane Devery and students
Case Study School – Auckland Normal Intermediate School
11:30 am – 12:45 pm

Workshop 4

ESTABLISHING AND DEVELOPING A CULTURE OF COACHING IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Case Study Schools:
Mt Roskill Grammar School – Jenny Kempster
Hobsonville Point Secondary School – Claire Amos
11:30 am – 12:45 pm

Workshop 5

TEACHER COACHING IN NEW ZEALAND SECONDARY SCHOOLS:  MOVING FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE – Paul Bennett
Case Study School – Pakuranga College
12:45 pm LUNCH
1:30 – 2:30 pm

Workshop 1

INTRODUCTION TO THE SOLUTION FOCUSED STRATEGY CANVAS (SFSC) – Jason Pascoe GCI Australia
Every school is different. The complexity and dynamics of schools as relational systems makes strategy implementation unpredictable. The Solutions Focus Strategy Canvas was designed to take advantage of the multiple relationships in schools and use coaching strategies to create clarity, momentum and progress in challenging situations.
1:30 – 2:30 pm

Workshop 2

DEVELOPING A CULTURE OF COACHING – Dr. Deanna Johnston
Case Study School – Nga Iwi School
1:30 – 2:30 pm

Workshop 3

STUDENTS AS PEER COACHES
Case Study Schools:
Mount Roskill Primary School –  Veronica van der Straaten
Kohia Terrace School – Alison Spence
1:30 – 2:30 pm

Workshop 4

DEVELOPING A CULTURE OF COACHING
Case Study Schools:
Oteha Valley School – Rose Neal
Takapuna Primary – Cindy Walsh
1:30 – 2:30 pm

Workshop 5

TEACHER COACHING IN NEW ZEALAND SECONDARY SCHOOLS: MOVING FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE – Paul Bennett
Case Study School – Pakuranga College
2:30 pm

KEYNOTE 3

OUR SEARCH FOR HAPPINESS – Dr. Antonio Fernando, University of Auckland
We all want to be happy and this is reflected by the recent explosion of courses, retreats, coaching, and Apps on happiness. But what really is happiness? What prevents us from achieving happiness? This talk will cover the various “paths to happiness” and traps within ourselves that prevent us from achieving this. Practical techniques, as informed by positive psychology and eastern philosophy to enhance happiness will be covered. Lastly, the importance of compassion to others, and how to enhance this on a daily basis will be discussed.
3:30 pm  SYMPOSIUM CLOSES

May be subject to change