2020 CONFERENCE CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19
Our annual LoopEd Conference is held on the Friday before Queen’s Birthday weekend. This is our premier professional learning event of the year and brings together more than 850 teachers from across the Wellington region.
Recent past keynote speakers have included Andrew Becroft (Children’s Commissioner), Derek Wenmoth (CORE Education), Ann Milne (Colouring in the White Spaces), Karen Spencer (Deputy Principal, Wellington High School), Nicola Ngarewa (Principal, Spotswood College) and David Keane (The Art of Deliberate Success).
As a ‘conference of the people’, every year the event offers more than ninety topical breakout sessions led by practitioners from our member schools, supported by challenging and thought provoking keynote addresses at plenary sessions.
Click below to take a look at some of what we’ve covered at recent LoopEd conferences:
- 2019 LoopEd Breakout Presentations
- 2019 Conference Programme
- 2018 LoopEd resources
- 2018 Conference Programme
- 2017 LoopEd resources
Are you interested in presenting a session at our next conference?
Early in Term 1 of each year, we gather expressions of interest from teachers who are keen to present a breakout session at our LoopEd conference. We do this by working with the Professional Learning Co-ordinators in our member schools. If you are interested in presenting a session, get in touch with your school's Professional Learning Co-ordinator, or email our Loop Operations Manager direct: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference registration for delegates
Conference registrations open around the start of May each year. Teachers in Loop schools will receive a registration link via their school's Professional Learning Co-ordinator.
We look forward to seeing you all on 29 May, 2020.