activ@eden had a strong presence at Learning@School this year - four principals, lead teachers and cluster facilitators taking every opportunity to gain new learning from the diverse breakouts, keynotes, spotlights and trade hall exhibits available during the conference.
You can check out my reflections on new learning at the conference on the Artichoke Blog, and I am waiting to read the reflections of other cluster bloggers in the following weeks.
We were lucky in the Trade Hall competition draws - Maungawhau School Lead teacher, Vicky Perry won the Allied Telesis wireless router.
Sue and Irma's highly interactive presentation "Making a Difference: Children as Powerful Change Agents" catalysed many questions about SOLO Taxonomy from participants and was very well received.
You can check out some of the action in the Photobucket slideshow below.