Thought Leaders who have spoken at Hagley and guided our thinking as a school.
Presented by Christine Rubie-Davies
Christine is internationally recognised for her research on teacher expectations and their impact on classroom climate and student learning.
Reviewing our Schooling System
Presented by Bali Haque
Bali is a most appropriate and respected education leader to be overseeing such a critical review. He has been principal of four secondary schools, Deputy Chief Executive of NZQA, an Executive Member of PPTA, President of the Secondary Principals’ Association, and author of Changing our Secondary Schools .
Colouring in the White Spaces
Equity and social justice for students whose norms and values are not those of the dominant culture in a school .
Presented by Education Consultant Ann Milne
Ann’s extensive experiences in our education system as a principal, teacher and researcher have led to her challenging and changing the educational inequity for Māori learners our system designs and perpetuates.
John Parsons – Bringing the Cyber-Safety Message to Hagley
Presented by John Parsons
As NZ’s leading expert on cyber-safety for children, John has extensive experience working with young people and their families.
Immigration, Education and a “new” New Zealand
Presented by Distinguished Professor, Paul Spoonley
Pro Vice-Chancellor College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Massey University
The Development of the Teenage Brain
Nathan Wallis / Neuroscience Educator & Director of X-Factor Education
Edited presentation to Christchurch City Centre Learning Community Cluster Jan 2018
The Impact of Stereotypes on the Māori Learner
Hana O’Regan – General Manager, Oranga / Wellbeing, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu
Edited presentation to Christchurch City Centre Learning Community Cluster April 2017
Diversity and Inclusiveness
Chrissie Butler Inclusive Education expert CORE Education
Edited presentation to Christchurch City Centre Learning Community Cluster March 2017