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Marlborough Girls' College
Friday 25 October

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Pat Snedden - Chairman of the Manaiakalani Trust will be beamed in via the internet from Hastings. Pat will outline the key drivers in the success of the Manaiakalani Project and explain how the Trust structure has been pivotal in enabling and supporting the project. Following on from this, there will be an opportunity to discuss the future direction of the Marlborough Edge Project in light of the lessons learned from Manaiakalani.

Karen Melhuish Spencer - Inaugural Asia-Pacific Senior e-Fellow at the International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET) and e-learning consultant at CORE Education. Karen will facilitate a discussion on developing a regional approach to digital citizenship.

Intended audience

The discussions in this forum will be pitched at a strategic, rather than operational level and are intended primarily for Principals and BoT members or Teaching Staff who are leading e-learning initiatives.




Will be available at the venue


There is car parking behind the Oral Health Centre on the corner of McLauchlin and Nelson Streets (beside the tennis courts)


Sign in

Please sign in at reception on your arrival and you will be given a name tag and given some directions


12:00 Light lunch in Staffroom
12:20 Move to room VG05 (new Art Room)
12:25 Welcome from Karen Stewart
12:30 Pat Snedden 
1:45 Karen Melhuish Spencer 
3:00 Finish
Forum Evaluation
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Useful Links:

The Manaiakalani Trust

Digital Citizenship Group in the VLN

Enabling e-Learning