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Programme Notes:

  • The Conference Proper begins on 01st July 2007 at 5.15pm with the Welcome Powhiri & Opening Keynote Address (Dr Pita Sharples)
  • The Conference Proper will finish on Friday 04th July 2008 with lunch at 12.45pm

If you have any queries regarding the Conference Programme please email debbie@rotoruanz.com

Dates for the 2008 HERDSA conference are 1 - 4 July 2008.

PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

There are four pre Conference workshops available. You may book to attend these workshops on your Conference registration form or email here

Venue:
Millennium Hotel Rotorua
Date:
Tuesday, 1st July 2008
Time:
1.00pm - 4.00pm
Cost:
$60.00 NZD

  • A Reflective Cycle Built for Two: A workshop on Peer Observation of Teaching
    Participants will go on a cycle ride with the facilitator and the workshop will be held at rest stops around the lakefront and the town – rain or shine! Bring wet weather gear, just in case.
    FULLY BOOKED
    Facilitator: Maureen Bell
    View Abstract & Bio here

  • Communities of practice: a social discipline of learning
    Facilitator: Etienne Wenger
    View Abstract & Bio here

  • Getting Your Teaching Research Funded: Writing Successful Grant Applications Ako Aotearoa
    Facilitators: Successful grant recipients and Ako Aotearoa representatives
    View Abstract & Bio here

  • Walking and Talking: Doing Academic Development Through Conversation
    This workshop will be conducted on foot, as a literal "walk and talk" through forest and lakeland around Rotorua. Bring wet weather gear as we'll be walking, rain or shine!
    Facilitator: Neil Haigh
    View Abstract & Bio here

  • Don't tell them you're nervous - an interactive workshop
    If you’ve ever felt a bit nervous at the start of semester, or lost your way mid-lecture and felt your confidence drop, then this workshop is for you.
    Facilitator: Amanda Burrell
    View Abstract & Bio here