National hui 2017 presentations

You can access presentations from the 2017 national hui from this page. Please be aware that if you are downloading documents from our site for the first time you will be asked to supply your contact details for our records.

A note from Ann Milne

If you were at Dr Milne's presentation on cultural competency for leaders (or not) and are keen to find out more, this note gives details for emailing her directly to ask further questions or to ask for specific slides from her presentation.
Hoana Pearson - What is the purpose of education for Māori? Hoana Pearson had some whakaaro (thoughts) about the purposes of education for Māori, and how schools' pedagogy, practice and culture can enable Māori to realise their potential as Māori.  

Phil Riley - How to deal with stress and burnout

Dr Phil Riley's presentation supported beginning principals to look for signs of overload in themselves and others, what to do when they find it, and how to prevent it.
Phil Riley - Principal Health and Wellbeing Survey Results  Dr Phil Riley presented the latest research on principal stress from the 2016 report.
Viviane Robinson - Reduce change to increase improvement Distinguished Professor Viviane Robinson explained why so much planned change does not deliver the intended improvement and offer some practical guidance about how   leaders can undertake change less frequently and more successfully.
Derek Wenmoth - Leading for the future Derek Wenmoth from CORE Education asked how education can prepare students for living in the 21st century.
Cathy Wylie - Teaching and School Practices survey tool Cathy Wylie from NZCER dug into data from the Teaching and  School Practices tool.