Teacher Education Forum of Aotearoa New Zealand – Te Rauika Titohu Kaiako o Aotearoa

Future focussed teacher education: Inspiring with digital technologies. SITE Symposium

By on Dec 4, 2013 |

Professor Niki Davis and the organising committee invite you to attend the international SITE symposium sponsored by TEFANZ and the University of Canterbury:

 

Future focussed teacher education: Inspiring with digital technologies.

SITE Symposium

 

Christchurch, New Zealand: April 28 – 29, 2014

Influence the development of teacher education

Educators and others aiming to learn about and enhance policy and practice with digital technologies in teacher education are invited to attend this symposium, which showcases leading research to inspire policy and practice in tertiary education and schools in Aotearoa New Zealand and worldwide.

Register here: http://www.education.canterbury.ac.nz/site-symposium/registration.shtml

Submit your proposal here: http://www.education.canterbury.ac.nz/site-symposium/submission.shtml

Want more info? Go to: http://www.education.canterbury.ac.nz/site-symposium/

 

Cost: NZ$250 (includes beverage breaks, lunch, and dinner on Monday evening; NZ$350 after 14th March). TEFANZ members may be eligible for a scholarship.

 

Special Registration Note: Please also consider participating in the DEANZ 2014 conference, beginning the next day. It is NOT necessary to register for DEANZ in order to attend the Symposium.

Organizing Committee
Niki Davis, Barry Brooker, Julie Mackey and Lawrence Walker, University of Canterbury; Sandra Williamson-Leadley, University of Otago.

For more Symposium details, see: 

http://www.education.canterbury.ac.nz/site-symposium/

This international symposium is held as a regional conference of the Society of Information Technology in Teacher Education (SITE) in association with the Teacher Education Forum Aotearoa New Zealand (TEFANZ) and the New Zealand association for open, flexible and distance learning (DEANZ).

SITE Symposium 2014

Monday 28th & Tuesday 29 April 2014 in Canterbury New Zealand