PSYCHOLOGY CONFERENCE 2021 We are postponing not cancelling
Kia ora e hoa mai
Your conference committee has unfortunately made the tough decision to postpone the 2021 Psychology Conference which was due to be held in November. The committee's preference is to hold a face-to-face conference to maximise participant engagement and overall experience, which is the reason for the decision to postpone rather than move to a virtual format.
We are keen to get your feedback for preferred dates and preferred venue ( to be held in 2022). Please help our planning and fill out this short two question form with your preferences. https://forms.gle/j5i8Yp62nNJgjzbM7
Please note, you will still be able to apply for the ‘subject association grant’ for other opportunities in 2022. If you have already been granted pre-approval for the Psychology Conference you will receive a communication from PPTA directly with additional instructions.
We wish you all a healthy and safe term 4 and we are really looking forward to seeing you in the first half of 2022. Keep an eye on your inbox for our Term 4 newsletter - we've got some ideas brewing. A special mention to our members in Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland: We think you are fabulous. Kia Kaha. Ngā mihi nui, Your NZAPT committee
Resources associated with these events are held on the NZAPT Google Drive, accessible via the Members Only page.
2021: Regional Hub Meetings: Face to Face on 19 June. Venues: Tawa College, Feilding High School, Cambridge High School, Albany High School, Nayland College, Christs College
2020 Regional Hub Meetings: Live on Zoom
2019 NZAPT Conference Hosted by Victoria University: Thursday 28th and Friday 29th November 2019
2019 Regional Hub Meetings: September
Hosted by NZAPT / Psychology Network of Expertise Committee Members, the aim of the hub meetings was to meet psychology teachers in the hub area, to work together to produce or finetune teaching or assessment resources that can be used in the classroom and to learn about moderating student's work.