Equity in Education: Saoatulagi-ole-Tagaloa Penina Ifopo is a strong advocate for equity in education, and her work has focused on ensuring that all children have access to a quality education, regardless of their background. This is a key theme of the uLearn23 conference, which is focused on "creating a more equitable future for learning."
Community Building: Saoatulagi-ole-Tagaloa Penina Ifopo is a community leader, and she is committed to building strong and healthy communities. She will share her strategies for using education to build community. She will also discuss the importance of connecting students with their community and with each other.
Culture, Language, Arts: Saoatulagi-ole-Tagaloa Penina Ifopo is a Samoan chief and master weaver, and her work is closely connected to indigenous education. She is committed to preserving Samoan culture and heritage, and she believes that indigenous knowledge and practices are essential for a holistic education. She believes that these skills are important for cultural preservation and for developing a sense of identity. She will share her experiences and insights on how to incorporate indigenous knowledge and practices into the classroom. Fostering creativity and innovation.
- Confronting systemic racism and bias.
- Identities, languages and cultures.