An online education conference, 12-13 October 2022
The online conference that challenges educational inequity
Strategically bringing together a selection of thought leaders in Aotearoa, uLearn delivers outstanding learning opportunities. Through a range of innovative presentations, delegates receive a wealth of tools and resources to navigate the journey to equity and beyond.
Te kaupapa (programme)
An amazing line up of diverse presenters from Aotearoa and beyond and provides opportunities to engage, collaborate and problem-solve with fellow educators, leaders, and innovators. Two days of kaihautū (keynotes), kaiwhakahihiko (activators), edutainment and peers from learning communities and organisations around Aotearoa.
Register before 3 September and save up to $40 per registration!
Earlybird single $240 plus GST per person.
Earlybird group $200 plus GST per person (5+ from same early learning service, school, kura, Kāhui Ako or organisation).
Ki tua o Paerangi
Navigating Equity and Beyond
uLearn22 is about voyaging together towards an equitable and thriving future; a future where all learners experience education success regardless of who they are, where they live, or the challenges they face. Join us on the uLearn waka this year!
Explore the supporting themes
uLearn is a winner!
The New Zealand Event Association recently announced its national award winners – we’re happy to share that uLearn20 won the Best COVID-19 Response for an Event 2021. Pivoting to an online education conference meant we could still provide opportunities to educators nationwide.
Watch the uLearn21 highlights reel
Janelle Riki-Waaka and Rahera Ormsby discuss highlights from Jase Te Patu's keynote, as well as Dr Denise Quinlan and Dr Lucy Hone's uLearn21 presentations.
Matariki, mātauranga Māori and cultural capability kōrero
Janelle Riki-Waaka and Gemma Stewart discuss highlights from Dr Rangi Matamua's uLearn21 presentation.