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Come prepared for an engaging two days of sharing, networking and learning from colleagues across BC and the Yukon – as well as from
around the world.

Come ready to share the ways in which passion, purpose and persistence are changing learning lives.

Explore the ways in which the spiral of inquiry is opening up new possibilities for creativity and engagement.

Purpose, Passion and Persistence: Making it Real

Innovative Leadership BC and Beyond
A symposium sponsored by the Networks of Inquiry and Innovation.

Friday, May 13, 2016 – 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Saturday, May 14, 2016 – 8:30 am to 12:00 noon

THE WESTIN WALL CENTRE, Vancouver Airport
3099 Corvette Way, Richmond BC

Registration fee: $350.00 including GST

Any questions please contact:
Registration – Tricia Buckley – tbuckley@wvschools.ca
Symposium – Network Coordinator: Donna Weaving – dweaving@dccnet.com

Thank you for your interest in the NOII Conference. At this time the registration is closed as the Conference is full. 

If you would like to be added to our wait list, please contact Tricia Buckley at tbuckley@wvschools.ca

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Book your room at the Westin Wall Centre, Vancouver Airport
3099 Corvette Way, Richmond BC

On-line: https://goo.gl/H0fGqe
Tel: 604-303-6565 / 1-888-414-2010

To qualify for the group rate of $139.00 (s/d) call prior to May 2, 2016 and indicate you are attending the “NOII” or “Networks of Inquiry and Innovation” Symposium.

SPEAKERS

DEBORAH BUTLER, University of BC
KALEB CHILD, Vancouver Island North
ALISON DAVIES, BC Teachers’ Federation
BALTEJ DHILLON, RCMP Staff Sergeant
CATHERINE McGREGOR, University of Victoria
NANCY PERRY, University of BC
AMELIA PETERSON, Harvard University
SHANE POINTE, Vancouver School District’s Knowledge Keeper/Elder in Residence
LEYTON SCHNELLERT, University of BC Okanagan
DAVID SIM, NSW Department of Education and Communities
TERRY TAYLOR, Arrow Lakes
HELEN TIMPERLEY, University of Auckland, New Zealand

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEAMS will share how they are bringing
passion and purpose to life in service of their learners.

SECONDARY SCHOOL PRESENTATIONS will include the
following secondary schools participating in the AESN Transitions Study.

Ballenas Secondary – Qualicum Parksville SD 69
Charles Hays Secondary – Prince Rupert SD 52
Dover Bay Secondary – Nanaimo Ladysmith SD 68
Ek Me-Xi Learning Centre – Port Hardy, Vancouver Island North SD 85
Fort St John cluster of schools & Peace River North Secondary SD 60 PRN
Frank Hurt Secondary – Surrey SD 36
George Dawson Secondary – Masset, Haida Gwaii SD 50
Smithers Secondary – Bulkley Valley SD 54
South Okanagan Secondary – Oliver, South Okanagan Similkameen SD 53
W L Seaton Secondary – Vernon SD 22

FLASH CHATS will provide a chance for all participants to share actions that
are making a difference

Hosted by: Laura Tait and Nicole Davey

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