In light of current events, this year's NPDL Deep Learning Lab will be held as a virtual conference. We’re excited to hold the Lab virtually, with all the added opportunities the online environment brings for innovation, collaboration and accessibility.
NPDL values quality learning design that has a focus on effective pedagogical practices in a digital world. Leveraging digital will help us to support building your deep learning capacity to deliver learning programmes that meet the needs of all learners. We’re excited to bring you an innovative professional learning experience!
Virtual event details
When: 16-17 July 2020
We're excited to announce international thought leaders as our keynote speakers:
- Dr Jean Clinton
Clinical Professor of Neurosciences (McMaster University), child psychiatrist and advocate
- Mag Gardner
NPDL Global Capacity Building Leader
Featuring a variety of presenters from Aotearoa and around the world, during this virtual conference participants will explore:
- What is deep learning?
- NPDL stories of impact
- Designing and measuring deep learning tasks
- Understanding the NPDL approach.
There will be opportunities to collaborate, contribute and reflect as you personalise your own pathway. Access to the interactive online learning environment will be provided in the lead-up to the Lab, so you can start exploring resources.
Whether you are an educator looking to improve your teaching practice or part of an established cluster or Kāhui Ako, the NZ Deep Learning Lab is an excellent opportunity to learn from and collaborate with global experts.
You will investigate and evaluate ways teaching practices and outcomes for learners can be improved.
The NZ Deep Learning Lab is open to both NPDL members and non-members.