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Events and seminars are connected to the Australian Curriculum and (bonus points right here) include ALL of the learning areas, general capabilities, and student diversity. You can thank us later (seriously, if you love it leave us some feedback!).

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Delivered by: Teacher Training Australia

Format: Online  

Date: Ongoing

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Using technology in the Primary Classroom is now mandated by ACARA. However, often the ways in which technology is used in Mathematics is less than ideal. Brent Hughes and the educators at Matific are changing this.

Matific is a resource that is used all over Australia and the world to engage students in their classrooms and at home. Learn how to best ensure that your students are tapping into the capability of online resources.

This course is designed to support teachers who are teaching at a school which has a Matific licence. Any teacher doing this course will be given a FREE Matific account for their personal use so that they can get a full understanding of the potential of Matific.

 

Delivered by: Teacher Training Australia

Format: Online  

Date: Ongoing

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Throughout this course participants will develop knowledge in relation to Giftedness. On completion participants will have a well developed understanding of Giftedness, enabling them to better support Gifted students in their settings.

The course will cover the following:

  • What is Giftedness?
  • Who is Gifted?
  • What traits or behaviours might you see in young Gifted children
  • Overexcitabilities
  • Twice exceptionality (2E)
  • Assessment and identification
  • Parent voice
  • Childs voice
  • Strategies
  • What does it really mean to be Gifted?
  • Where to from here?

 

Delivered by: Teacher Training Australia

Format: Online  

Date: Ongoing

For more information and course access: Click here

Teenagers are among the most prolific users of Social Media, with some statistics suggesting that up to 95 per cent of teens with access to the Internet are using one or more forms of social media. Like or loathe it, there is no escaping that social media is intrinsic to the teenage life, so the natural progression is that to include the use of social media into Curriculum.

Just as we teach students about social values, personal and community safety, and how to prepare for the world outside of school, it’s increasingly vital that we teach students how to use social media positively, respectfully and safely.
This course explores the ‘do’s and don’ts’ of Social Media, including the negatives and positives of using Social Media. You will learn about how to create a socially connected classroom; how to teach your students to be respectful of each other online; how to teach students to protect their online identity and reputation; how to ward off cyber bullying; and how to build an online Curriculum Vitae that can set your students up for future employment.

By taking this course, you will be better prepared to support your student’s online activities so that they will be protected, safe and prepared. You will learn to be a mentor and role model who fosters positive and appropriate online experiences that set’s your students up for the future.

 

Delivered by: ACER

Format: Face to Face

Location: Melbourne (VIC)

Date: Friday 10th May 2019 & Friday 25th October 2019

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Do you find spelling ‘difficult’, ‘complex’, ‘confusing’ or ‘confounding’

 

 

 

This workshop will enable teachers and parents to:

  • learn about common spelling coping strategies
  • gain insights into undoing poor spelling habits
  • work together to notice patterns not only in regular spelling, but also in words which on the surface seem to break the spelling rules, and
  • practice successful spelling strategies, progressing from simple to complex words rapidly and with confidence.

 

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