Customise Your Keynote

We work with you to design a ‘keynote’ to meet your needs

 

You Choose...

the purpose and goal

You Choose...

the focus and topic

You Choose...

who, when, and where

Overview

A keynote can be a great way to set the foundation for a course of action, such as setting up for new learning. Ideally it will titivate, motivate, and inspire interest and desire for what is to come.

You may have already determined what your needs are and decided on a path of action, so all we need to do is work with you so we fully understand your needs and goals.

The beauty with our customised service is that you get to choose!

Keynotes

Our keynotes are highly interactive and practical. You will be up and moving and talking to others – sorry about that if you were hoping to ‘sit and get’.

Aside from that one point, you get to choose everything else!

Content Ideas

Just in case you’re searching for ideas:

  • Oral Language
  • Student Engagement
  • Inclusion
  • Values/Character Education
  • Positive Behaviour Management
  • Improving Attendance
  • Creating a Positive Culture
  • Culturally Responsive Relational Pedagogy
  • Mathematics
  • Vocabulary Development
  • Tuakana Teina
  • Ako
  • Self-Regulation
  • Innovative Meetings
  • Community Involvement
  • Key Competencies
  • Social Sciences
  • Science
  • Cooperation and Collaboration
  • Collaborative Decision-Making
  • Relational Trust
  • ESOL
  • Priority Learners
  • Special Needs Education
Timing and Duration

Most keynotes are from 45 to 90 minutes. But we are flexible x

Cost

All costs will be determined by what is required. Creating a keynote tailored to your needs takes time, and in the case of a keynote, the actual event is the smallest amount of time.

We prefer to work on a contract rate, versus an hourly rate, as we find this is better value for you, and it keeps things simple and transparent.

Where the keynote is part of a larger contract, the cost is usually part of the contract.

 

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