2015 Register of Accredited Professional Learning Programs Non

2015 Register of Accredited Professional Learning Programs
This register consists of three sections:
Non school based Professional Learning opportunities for all ACT teachers
School based Professional Learning programs for delivery within an ACT school
School based Professional Learning programs for delivery within a group of ACT schools
Non school based Professional Learning opportunities for all ACT teachers
Program name
Summary of program
Program provider
Acting For the Fun of It
Acting For the Fun of It is a course that offers
practical approaches to unlocking the key to the
actor's craft through drama exercises, workshop
and practical performance with a particular
focus on building the ensemble, mime and
movement, improvisation, voice and developing
a character.
Acting For the Fun of It
An Actor Prepares is a course that offers
practical approaches to unlocking the key to the
actor's craft through workshop and practical
performance. It examines the teaching of a
variety of major theatre theorists and
practitioners.
Acting For the Fun of It
An Actor Prepares
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Program date(s)
The course is offered
over 6 weeks on
consecutive Sundays
19 October to 23
November 2015
More information
Email to register
Email for more information
Or phone:
Peter Wilkins 0408 034 373
7.00-9.00pm
18 October 2015
Email to register
25 February 2015
The program offers a diverse and interactive
program of workshops from a range of leading
International and Australasian teachers and
presenters – each sharing fresh insights and
innovative teaching practices with plenty for
delegates to discuss and take away.
3P Learning Australia
Pty Limited
Curves from Apollonius to
Bezier
This is an online PD course that strengthens
teachers understanding of curves, from the
conic sections of the ancient Greeks, through to
the Bézier curves used in modern design and
graphics applications. The dynamic geometry
package GeoGebra is introduced.
UNSW School of
Mathematics and
Statistics
6 July 2015
From Page to Stage
From Page to Stage is a course that offers
practical approaches to unlocking the key to a
playwright's text, themes, characters and plot
through practical performance. It examines the
process, techniques and staging and
performance skills in bringing a play from the
page to the stage.
Acting For the Fun of It
5 July 2015
‘Power through the pen’
Writing to Increase Literacy and
Learning Across Content Areas.
Presentation provides strategies for engaging
students in collaborating to create quick writes
that will evidence their understanding of
literacy and content area knowledge.
ALEA
30 May 2015
TBA
Teaching Mathematics
Participants will have the opportunity to work
together to improve their understanding and
implementation of the Australian mathematics
curriculum from a specific ethical perspective.
National Institute for
Christian Education
26 May 2015
Click here to register
Love Learning Conference 2015
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6 August 2015
Click here to register
Email for more information
Click here for more information
Click here to register
Email to register
Email for more information
25 February 2015
Supporting Children with
Additional Needs in
Mainstream Settings
Educators will reflect on current beliefs and
practices relating to the inclusion of children
with addition needs. They will discuss ways to
increase all children's participation through
inclusive planning practices, explore ideas for
daily interactions, routines and play and link to
the EYLF.
[email protected]
12 May 2015
Click here to register
Brush Up Your Shakespeare
Brush Up Your Shakespeare is a course that
offers practical approaches to unlocking the key
to Shakespearian text, characters and
performance. It explores Hamlet’s speech to the
players through the analysis and performance
of Shakespearian monologues and extracts from
his plays.
Acting For the Fun of It
10 May 2015
Email to register
Little Scientists - Water
Workshop
Little Scientist initiatives facilitates students
curiosity for science, maths and technology
though educational, fun and playful
experiments. Students will explore water via the
senses, investigate different aggregate states of
water and test the solubility of substances.
[email protected]
9 May 2015
Click here to register
This program will build on your current
understanding of gifted and talented education.
It will address identification of gifted students
and also a range of strategies to consider when
designing a program for these students. We will
consider the 2014 ACT G & T policy
requirements and how to address these.
Australian Gifted
Support Centre
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Educating Gifted and Talented
Students
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Email for more information
4 May 2015
Click here to register (4 May)
2 March 2015
**FULLY BOOKED**
25 February 2015
Sustainable Energy: an unbiased Learn how to teach your students about
Review of Options
sustainable energy and climate change, such as
the need for renewable technologies, from a
balanced and neutral perspective.
TTA
Synthetic Phonics – Fast and
Fun
Look at models of synthetic phonics instruction
and learn about effective resources and funfilled strategies for use in research-based
teaching.
TTA
African Drumming Course 2015
During this course teachers will develop:
• djembe drum playing skills;
• a knowledge of traditional West African
rhythms;
• a knowledge of how to structure group
drumming lessons and learning activities;
and
• an appreciation of the cultural significance
of traditional West African music.
Drum Effect
Get Voting
Learn how to use the voting process to
empower students to make decisions while
equipping them with a valuable citizenship skill.
Explore a variety of strategies and ideas for
teaching electoral education as it relates to the
Civics and Citizenship.
Australian Electoral
Commission
Summative assessments provide a way to share
information with families as well as assisting
educators to identify goals for further planning.
This session will provide clarification and ideas
to assist meeting this step of the planning cycle.
[email protected]
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Summative Assessment
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4 May 2015
Click here to register
Email for more information
Phone: 1300789961
21 April 2015
The 10-week course
runs each school
term.
Course start dates
are:
10 April 2015
22 July 2015
14 October 2015
4 February 2015
31 March 2015
21 April 2015
**FULLY BOOKED**
Click here to register
Email for more information
Click here to visit website
Flyer available from the TQI
Teacher Portal (Events tab)
Email to register
3 February 2015
31 March 2015
Click here to register
25 February 2015
Alison Clark Beyond spelling
Beyond Spelling Basics: phonemes, graphemes,
syllables, morphemes and etymology.
DSA Dyslexia SPELD ACT
31 March 2015
Email to register
Making it Work: Autism
Spectrum Disorder, Adjustment
and Modification
Develop skills and knowledge to make learning
more accessible, appropriate and relevant for
students with ASD. Build a toolbox of practical
strategies to modify and differentiate lessons
for the particular needs of your students.
Develop more effective, proactive behaviour
support strategies.
One Certification Ltd.
30 March 2015
Email for more information
Bright But Struggling 1
Do you know of students who are bright or
gifted but struggling to demonstrate what they
know, to focus and pay attention, to produce
written work to the quality you would expect
from speaking with them? This program will
examine the underlying reasons and useful
strategies to support them.
Australian Gifted
Support Centre
30 March 2015
Beryl Exley: Playing with Grammar
ALEA
21 March 2015
Playing With Grammar
Click here to register
5 May 2015
Click here to register (30 March)
Click here to register (5 May)
Click here to register
Email for more information
Seminar: Technology and the
Future
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Conversations For Life
(Re-accredited for 2015)
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Seminar: Technology and the Future Designed
for Primary Technology, Design & Technology,
Textiles Technology, Food Technology and
Digital Technology teachers to have an
understanding of the direction in the delivery of
the Australian Curriculum: Technologies
syllabus.
Design and Technology
Teachers Associations
ACT
Conversations for life is a 4 hour suicide
prevention workshop gives practical skills to
school staff who are interested in keeping
students and staff safe and connected.
OzHelp Foundation
20 March 2015
17 March 2015
7 May 2015
3 June 2015
18 February 2015
28 January 2015
Email to Register
Click here to register
25 February 2015
29 January 2015
AFMLTA/MLTA Ready? Set? Go!
Australian Curriculum:
Languages Workshop
This workshop will promote and support the
implementation of the AC:L, engage teachers in
curriculum materials, provide teachers with a
balance of theory and practice through
language exemplification and support teachers
to trial the curriculum in classrooms.
Modern Language
Teachers Association of
the Australian Capital
Territory Incorporated
14 March 2015
MultiLit Word Attack Skills
Extension Professional Learning
Workshop
The MultiLit Word Attack Skills Extension
Professional Learning Workshop provides
quality professional learning in effective reading
instruction for older low-progress readers. It
includes how to implement: Word Attack Skills
(phonics & syllabification) & Reinforced Reading
(reading connected text).
MultiLit Pty Ltd
13 March 2015
MultiLit Reading Tutor Program The MultiLit Reading Tutor Program (RTP)
Professional Learning Workshop Workshop provides quality professional learning
in effective reading instruction for older lowprogress readers. It includes how to deliver the
RTP components: Word Attack Skills (phonics),
Sight Words and Reinforced Reading (reading of
connected text).
MultiLit Pty Ltd
Education for Sustainability
Through School Food Gardens
ACT Environment and
Planning Directorate
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This workshop will cover: how to establish and
maintain sustainable school food gardens
(vegetable gardens, fruit trees, chickens,
greenhouses, compost); how to engage
students and use food gardens for educational
purposes; and Australian Curriculum linked
resources available to support teachers.
Click here to register
Email for more information
Click here to register
Email for more information
Or phone: 1300 55 99 19
12 March 2015
Email for more information
Click here to register
11 March 2015
Email to register
25 February 2015
Mapping, designing and
implementing a curriculum
program
At this event we will explore and workshop the
crucial elements for mapping inquiry across the
curriculum, integrating literacies, identifying
teaching strategies, embedding tools and
resources into the design of an inquiry based
unit of work.
Eduwebinar Pty Ltd ATF
Professional Learning
Network
MiniLit Professional Learning
Workshop
The two-day MiniLit Workshop provides quality
professional learning in effective reading
instruction, easy to implement practical advice,
video of live demonstrations, and extensive
practice through small group role-play.
Participants receive detailed training materials
to take home.
Conversations for life® is a 3-3½ hour suicide
prevention workshop that is ideally suited to
school staff who are interested in keeping
students and staff safe and connected. Be
ready, willing and able to have the conversation
MultiLit Pty Ltd
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Conversations for Life Facilitator
course
(Re-accredited for 2015)
OzHelp Foundation
6 March 2015
Click here to register
4-5 March 2015
20-21 May 2015
Click here to visit website
3 -4 March 2015
National Training manager,
OzHelp
Ph: 6251 4166
Email for more information
*For ETD Teachers Only*
PreLit Professional Learning
Workshop
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The PreLit Professional Learning Workshop
provides quality professional learning in
preliteracy instruction for Preschool and
Kindergarten children. It includes how to deliver
the PreLit components: Phonological/Phonemic
Awareness and Oral Language (taught through
Shared Story Book Reading).
MultiLit Pty Ltd
3 March 2015
Click here to register
Email for more information
Phone: 1300 55 99 19
25 February 2015
Autism Awareness and
Strategies for the Educational
Environment – Online
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Choice, Music and the
Curriculum
Provides training, education and strategies for
educators who intend to work, or are working,
with students who have autism. Develop an
understanding of what autism is.
TTA
3 March 2015
Click here to register
Email for more information
This course develops teachers’ knowledge of
the MEP approach in relation to student choice
for project development utilising and
developing knowledge in music and other
educational domains. Projects discussed include
a range of examples developed by teachers in
the classroom.
ANU Music Program
28 February 2015
Email to register
ANU Music Program
28 February 2015
Click here to register
18 May 2015
11 August 2015
22 October 2015
**Prerequisite: must have previously completed
a MEP 2-3 hour basic course or longer courses
offered by the music program.**
Folk Songs and Games Across
the Curriculum
This session will introduce a range of simple
songs, games and dances for a variety of age
levels with related musicianship activities. The
utilisation of these techniques is to help
teachers and students, as well as the general
community, find easy, enjoyable, nonthreatening ways of engaging with music
making on an on-going basis.
Email to register
Content is targeted towards preschool and
primary teachers.
Prerequisite: must have previously attended
one of our 2 hour basic courses, 3 session
course or longer courses (either completed this
year or in previous years) or equivalent to
attend this session as it builds on previous
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knowledge.
Fun with Dramatising the
Curriculum
Fun with Dramatising the Curriculum:
Integrating the arts with other learning
activities.
ANU Music Program
28 February 2015
Email an expression of interest
Fun with Music and Art 2015
Fun with Music and Art: How can these two
mediums be combined in the generalist
classroom? For teachers who would like more
strategies on how to integrate the arts into their
classrooms.
Content is targeted towards preschool and
primary teachers.
Music Engagement Program Basic; Singing for
Outreach. Utilising a social outreach approach
to singing and how it can be applied in all
classrooms and in the wider community.
ANU Music Program
28 February 2015
Click here to register
Using simple instruments to enhance musicmaking. Using the instruments that you have in
your school that you never think about using.
Making instruments to accompany songs.
ANU Music Program
MEP Basic Principles and
Practice
Simple instruments - Hands On
Activities to enhance musicmaking
Email to register
ANU Music Program
28 February 2015
Click here to register
Email to register
28 February 2015
Click here to register
Email for more information
Prerequisite: Participants must have previously
attended one of our basic 2-3 hour courses, 3
session course or longer courses (either
completed this year or in previous years) or
equivalent to attend this session as it builds on
previous knowledge.
Content is targeted towards preschool and
primary teachers.
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Music through Children’s
Literature
Participants are invited to become actively
involved in this practical course. They will make
links and experience the linking of literature to
music and vice versa.
Orff Schulwerk
Association of NSW Inc.
28 February 2015
IB Making the PYP Happen
This workshop is teachers who have just started
to work in an IB PYP programme. The workshop
develops understanding of the key elements of
the programme and helps prepare teachers for
planning, teaching and assessing students in the
PYP.
Voice Works is a practical skills-based program
teaching how the voice works, how to use it
better and how to look after it. Suitable for all
career levels, participants will develop
individual strategies to maximise long-term
efficient and healthy vocal use.
International
Baccalaureate - Asia
Pacific
27 February 2015
Click here to register
UC Music (University of
Canberra)
26 February 2015
Click here to register
Hands-on with Heat is designed to give teachers
an understanding of heat, how and when it is
formed, what effects it has on the world around
us, why and how heat moves using practical,
repeatable hands on experiments and scientific
inquiry that can be transferred directly to the
classroom.
Kerry Lever
26 February 2015
Email to register
This is a 2 part course covering the
competencies for Mathletics Certification Level
1. It is necessary to complete both Session 1
and 2 for TQI accreditation of 2 hours. The
whole course covers how to; engage, teach and
assess using Mathletics, use the teacher tools to
positively impact teaching and learning and
3P Learning Australia
Pty Limited
Voice Works
Hands-On with Heat
Mathletics Certification Level 1
(Re-accredited for 2015)
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Click here to visit website
Or phone Susan Curbishley:
0423 147 970
Phone 0411 372 291
Refer Registration
Link
Click here to visit website
Click here to register
25 February 2015
successfully integrate results.
Mathletics Certification Level 2
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Emotional Intelligence for
Teachers
This is a 3 part course covering the
competencies for Mathletics Certification Level
2. It is necessary to complete all three sessions
for TQI accreditation of 3 hours. The whole
course covers how to; guide students so they
are purposefully using Mathletics for learning;
integrate the Mathletics resources to target
student learning and use Mathletics to inform
teaching.
3P Learning Australia
Pty Limited
Refer Registration
Link
Click here to visit website
This practical course looks at how teachers can
use emotional intelligence to enhance their
teaching. Participants will consider the qualities
of an emotionally teacher and develop a plan
for improving their own practice.
4D Learning
Contact Provider
Click here to visit website
Click here to register
Email for more information
A foundation knowledge of emotional
intelligence is assumed.
Yarnin' Circles
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Message Stick learning Snapshot Indigenous people
today (Online Module 1)
(Re-accredited for 2015)
The program will focus on authentic and
meaningful engagement with cultural learning
experience. Discussions will include Aboriginal
cultural and community perspectives, in order
to provide participants with alternative learning
experience to introduce to students.
[email protected]
Message Stick Learning - SNAPSHOT - Australian
Indigenous people today
Crackerjack Education
Contact provider
Contact provider
Email for more information
Click here to visit website
Traditions & today’s society and teaching about
Indigenous culture
Statistics and facts about today’s Aboriginal &
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Torres Strait Islander people
Message Stick learning Creation time (Online Module
2)
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Message Stick Learning - SNAPSHOT - Australian
Indigenous people today
Crackerjack Education
Contact provider
Click here to visit website
Crackerjack Education
Contact provider
Click here to visit website
Crackerjack Education
Contact provider
Click here to visit website
Crackerjack Education
Contact provider
Click here to visit website
Traditions & today’s society and teaching about
Indigenous culture
Statistics and facts about today’s Aboriginal &
Torres Strait Islander people
Message Stick learning Indigenous Stories of the
Dreaming (Online Module 3)
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Message Stick Learning - SNAPSHOT - Australian
Indigenous people today
Traditions & today’s society and teaching about
Indigenous culture,
Statistics and facts about today’s Aboriginal &
Torres Strait Islander people
Message Stick learning Indigenous Language groups of
Australia (Online Module 4)
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Message Stick learning Indigenous Kinship systems
(Online Module 5)
(Re-accredited for 2015)
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Message Stick Learning - Aboriginal Stories &
Torres Strait Islander people's Legends
This module covers areas such as the wonderful
storytelling abilities of Indigenous people about
the plants, animals, weather events and star
systems of Australia.
Message Stick Learning - Ancient Australian
languages
Participants will learn how to develop and
design activities and lessons about Aboriginal &
Torres Strait Islander languages that is relevant
to their year level or subject area
25 February 2015
Message Stick learning Indigenous Weather Seasons
(Online Module 6)
(Re-accredited for 2015)
User Group Meeting
(Re-accredited for 2015)
JASON Learning - Climate: Seas
of Change 1 Day
(Re-accredited for 2015)
JASON Learning - Tectonic Fury
1 Day
(Re-accredited for 2015)
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Message Stick Learning - Ancient Australian
Kinship systems
Crackerjack Education
Contact provider
Click here to visit website
This program focuses on getting teachers
together to share best practices, ideas and
resources to improve their skills using the
Promethean ActivBoard.
Empowered Learning
Contact Provider
Email for more information
This practical one-day workshop will help you
gain a better understanding about the nature
and importance of Earth’s ocean and investigate
how energy flow in the Earth system creates
global winds and surface currents which then
affects climate.
Gateways Education
Contact provider
Email for more information
Tectonic Fury helps students understand the
fundamentals of geology by posing specific
learning objectives couched in dramatic, realworld scenarios. A practical one-day workshop
investigating through hands-on experiments the
processes that result in the changes to Earth’s
surface and explore the ways in which humans
use resources from the earth.
Gateways Education
Contact provider
Email for more information
Participants will learn how to develop and
design activities and lessons about Aboriginal &
Torres Strait Islander Kinship systems that is
relevant to their year level or subject area
25 February 2015
Understanding Gifted Learners:
Planning The Way Forward
This course introduces Executive teachers to the
learning needs of gifted learners in their schools
and the definitions, which underpin the
practical classroom, subject and whole school
identification processes required to recognise
these learners.
*For ETD Teachers Only*
Gateways Education
The 3 R's "Risk, Resilience and Recovery" will be
a dynamic and interactive PD which will
increase teachers’ knowledge of mental health
disorders most likely to affect their students
(anxiety and depression) and to create a safe
and supportive classroom environment to foster
resilience.
i talk mental health
Inclusive Education
Participants will have the opportunity to work
together to improve their understanding of the
range of student ability and capacities to learn.
Teachers will learn how to implement inclusive
teaching practices in their daily practice. in
association with dedicated special education
programs.
National Institute for
Christian Education
Positive Partnerships:
Supporting School age students
on the autism spectrum
Positive Partnerships provides training to
teachers, school leaders and other education
professionals about how to best support
students with an autism spectrum disorder in
the classroom, and how to create an ‘autism
friendly’ school culture.
Partnerships between
Education and the
Autism Community
(Positive Partnerships)
(Re-accredited for 2015)
The 3 R's- Risk, Resilience
&Recovery
(Re-accredited for 2015)
(Re-accredited for 2015)
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Contact provider
Email for more information
Refer flyer
Flyer available from the TQI
Teacher Portal (Events tab)
Click here to visit website
Email for more information
Contact Provider
Not specified
Email for more information
Not applicable. Attendees for
this program are nominated by
the employer.
25 February 2015
Differentiating the Curriculum
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Supporting Children and
Adolescents with Vision Loss –
Online
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Grammar & Comprehension
ACE: Practical Activities K-6
Differentiating the Curriculum by implementing
six effective learning & teaching strategies:
Ability Groups, Cooperative Learning Teams,
Learning Contracts, Learning Centres, Multi Age
Groups and Individual Learning Plans
Promoting Learning
International
Contact provider
Click here to visit website
Dr. Karen Wolffe introduces listeners to areas of
concern in the lives of children and youth with
vision impairments that are often overlooked or
under-represented in general education and
home settings: Career Education, Social Skills,
Recreation & Leisure, Transition, and
Independent Living.
RIDBC Renwick Centre
Available from 1
January to 20
December 2015
Click here to visit website
Various grammar approaches are examined to
maximise developing grammar and control over
text structure. Collaborative practical teaching
and learning activities incorporate modelling
the genre and scaffolding the joint construction.
Sally Robinson-Kooi,
Literacy and TESOL
Consultant, Bridging
with Blocks
Available to schools
upon request (from
28 January 2015)
Click here to visit website
Email for more information
Email for more information
**Available To Schools upon request**
Stronger Smarter Leadership
Program (SSLP)
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The SSLP supports leaders to attain educational
excellence for all students through enhanced
leadership capacity. The SSLP equips leaders to
have challenging conversations and actively
engage staff, parents and community to
promote High-Expectations Relationships and
positive cultural identities.
Stronger Smarter
Institute
Contact Provider
Phone: 07 5499 4135
Email for more information
Click here to visit website
25 February 2015
Developing Inquiry-Based
Science Lessons
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Hands-On History: European
Scientists and Experiments
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Using Digital Communication
Technology for Science Lessons
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Anxiety & Depression
Workshop (late Primary school/
High School/ College)
Everyday encounters,
transformative learning
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Try a variety of hands-on, inquiry-based science
activities, then co-develop inquiry-based
resources with other teachers to use within
your own classroom
The Ian Potter
Foundation Technology
Learning
(formally known as
Questacon Technology
Learning Centre)
TBA
Email for more information
Questacon’s Excited Particles provide an insight
into some of Europe’s most famous scientists
through history with experiments from Newton,
Pascal, Archimedes and more that can be easily
replicated in the classroom.
The Ian Potter
Foundation Technology
Learning
(formally known as
Questacon Technology
Learning Centre)
The Ian Potter
Foundation Technology
Learning
(formally known as
Questacon Technology
Learning Centre)
TBA
Email for more information
24 February 2015
**FULLY BOOKED**
Check website for available
places
Explore digital communication technologies at
Questacon and discover how Virtual Excursions
and other digital programmes can enrich
science lessons for students.
“The Anxiety & Depression" will be a dynamic
and interactive PD which will increase teachers’
knowledge of mental health disorders most
likely to affect their students (anxiety and
depression) and to create a safe and supportive
classroom environment to foster resilience.
i talk mental health
This session will uncover the learning inherent
in the everyday and how educators can best
cultivate and enrich this through their actions.
[email protected]
Email or phone: 6112 9723 for a
booking form.
23 February 2015
Click here to register
Email for more information
Phone: 0412 149755
23 February 2015
Click here to register
Email for more information
25 February 2015
Experimental Science Unit
Planning Workshop
This school specific targeted workshop assists
primary school teams plan a science unit by
delivering an understanding of the topic, how it
fits into the curriculum, how it relates to the
world and how to teach and assess it using
targeted hands-on experiments and inquiry
based learning.
Kerry Lever
23 February 2015
Program delivered at Schools'
request
Teaching English Grammar and
Vocabulary for Writing and
Reading
Teach and assess English sentence grammar and
vocabulary effectively, enjoyably and creatively;
improve learning and results as your students
become confident writers.
TTA
23 February 2015
Click here to register
Email for more information
Why oracy is critical for
improving inferential
comprehension
This practical workshop will explore why talking
and listening before reading a text, and then
during the reading of a text, is so crucial in
helping students comprehend implied
meanings.
ATESOL ACT
21 February 2015
Click here to visit website
Hands-On Design Thinking
Develop design-thinking and problem-solving
skills by working in groups to build and test
prototypes for a design challenge. This handson workshop will uncover highly engaging and
accessible techniques for enriching STEM
lessons in your classroom.
The Ian Potter
Foundation Technology
Learning
(formally known as
Questacon Technology
Learning Centre)
Independent Schools
Queensland
(Re-accredited for 2015)
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Literacy and Numeracy
Coaching Academy
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The Literacy and Numeracy Coaching Academy
is a training and mentoring facility for
instructional coaches to work within
independent schools. School-based coaches will
support teachers to further develop their skills
20 February 2015
27 February 2015
**FULLY BOOKED**
17 February 2015
Check website for available
places
Email or phone: 6112 9723 for a
booking form.
For Independent Schools’
Teachers only:
Email to register
25 February 2015
in the most effective approaches for improving
achievement for students.
**For Independent Schools’ Teachers Only**
Inquiry Learning Using HandsOn Science
Food&ME Nutrition Education
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Science By Doing PL Program
Try different types of inquiry-based, hands-on
activities that encourage students to ‘think like
a scientist’. Discuss how similar techniques
could be adapted for your students and for
different subjects.
The Ian Potter
Foundation Technology
Learning
(formally known as
Questacon Technology
Learning Centre)
17 February 2015
19 February 2015
**FULLY BOOKED**
Check website for available
places
Food&ME is an integrative education unit,
specifically addressing the Food and Nutrition
focus area within the Australian Curriculum
(HPE) from Foundation to Year 8. Learn how to
confidently teach evidence based nutrition
principles in the classroom.
Nutrition Australia ACT
Incorporated
16 February 2015
Click here register
Science by Doing will lead a two-day initial
workshop followed by a Reflections workshop
for Heads of Science (Coordinator) plus one
other teacher.
Australian Academy of
Science
16 February 2015
Registration is by invitation only
Pick up new, practical ideas for sharing science
and technology with your students. Try out
hands-on science activity worksheets using lowcost materials that are available from a
supermarket or hardware store so you can
more easily teach science in fun and engaging
ways within your classroom.
The Ian Potter
Foundation Technology
Learning
(formally known as
Questacon Technology
Learning Centre)
16 February 2015
**FULLY BOOKED**
A one day workshop to introduce classroom
Better Learners
Email or phone: 6112 9723 for a
booking form.
**Registration is by Invitation Only**
Hands-On Science Activities to
Inspire Students and Teachers
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Building Learning Power in
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Check website for available
places
Email for booking form
29 January 2015
Click here to visit website
25 February 2015
Practice
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Spelling in the primary school
years
Public Speaking and
Presentation Skills
Spelling – a repertoire approach
practitioners to aspects of BLP philosophy and
practice through practical activities that can be
extended into the classroom.
Australia Pty Ltd
Informed by recent research, this interactive
program explores the teaching and learning of
spelling in primary schools. Teachers will
engage in a linguistic activity; analyse writing
samples; critique a teacher-student interview;
and consider a differentiated model of
instruction.
Tessa Daffern
This highly interactive workshop combines
powerful 'fearbusting’ strategies with proven
public speaking and presentation skills that
anyone can master. You will learn how to
manage your nerves, understand what makes
an effective speaker and practice core public
speaking skills in a fun environment.
4D Learning
This program is suitable for all school levels
from K -12. The focus is on delivering a
comprehensive integrated approach to teaching
spelling through attention to phonology
(sounds), morphology (meaning) and etymology
(word histories).
Education Institute,
University of Canberra
30 January 2015
Email for more information
19 January 2015
Click here to register
Flyer available from the TQI
Teacher Portal (Events tab)
29 January 2015
30 January 2015
Flyer available from the TQI
Teacher Portal (Events tab)
Click here to visit website
Email for more information
29 January 2015
Available to selected schools
only:
Email for more information
**Available To Selected Schools Only**
The Core Skills of Public
Speaking
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This short workshop provides teachers with the
opportunity to learn and practice core public
speaking skills. You will learn what makes an
effective speaker and practice core public
speaking skills in a fun and highly interactive
environment.
4D Learning
29 January 2015
Click here to visit website
Email for more information
25 February 2015
Using Quizzes in the Classroom
- Create, Play, Share
This is a practical opportunity for teachers to
use technology to create effective lessons they
can teach this week! Learn how quizzes increase
student engagement and learning, giving
teachers tangible evidence of the learning
process.
Quizling Pty Ltd
28 January 2015
Email for more information
Common Eye Diseases
This program will review the common eye
diseases experienced by children and
adolescents, treatment strategies and impacts
to educational achievement and engagement.
RIDBC Renwick Centre
28 January 2015
Email to register
Supporting Students with
Hearing Loss in Mainstream
Classrooms
This interactive workshop will provide
information about the most current audiological
assessment protocols, hearing equipment and
how to address listening and spoken language
targets as they work with a range of children of
varied ages and skills/abilities.
RIDBC Renwick Centre
28 January 2015
Email for more information
Building Strong Teaching Teams
This program supports teachers in two essential
elements of their practice: establishing high
performing teams & collaborating to design,
teach and evaluate effective learning
sequences. Current practice and contemporary
research will stimulate meaningful teacher talk
& action planning.
Dragonfly Consulting &
Coaching Pty Ltd
28 January 2015
Click here to visit website
This program offers an explicit language
focussed pedagogy for improving reading and
writing outcomes in schools – Scaffolding
Literacy. The program is suitable for all
educators from early childhood to secondary.
Education Institute,
University of Canberra
28 January 2015
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Scaffolding Literacy
Email for more information
Available to selected schools
only:
Email for more information
**Available To Selected Schools Only**
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25 February 2015
Pedagogy : An Indigenous
Perspective
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Grammar knowledge for
teachers
The Australian curriculum includes the crosscurriculum priority of Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander histories and cultures. This
workshop provides background knowledge of
Indigenous culture and history. It also examines
how this may influence how students respond
in the classroom.
NSW ACT Independent
Education Union
28 January 2015
Click here to register
This program provides an introduction to
grammatical knowledge for teachers. The focus
is on a practical explanation of key grammatical
understandings which would make a difference
to student learning outcomes.
Education Institute,
University of Canberra
27 January 2015
Available to selected schools
only:
Email for more information
**Available To Selected Schools Only**
Teaching Essay Writing
Essay writing is one thing, but teaching essay
writing is quite another. In this two hour
workshop and lecture, participants will conquer
both.
Jeanne O'Malley
27 January 2015
Email for more information
Trauma informed teaching
A framework for understanding the impact of
multiple adverse life events on a child's
development and strategies for responding in a
way that creates safe classroom environments
for all children to learn, grow and develop.
Therapeutic Welfare
Interventions Pty Ltd
27 January 2015
To register contact either on of
the selected schools
The Australian School
of Contemporary
Chinese (ASCC)
26 January 2015
Email for more information
**Available to St Jude’s Primary and St Thomas
the Apostle Primary Only**
ASCC biannual professional
learning Chinese teaching
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This program is based on the school practice
and research on Chinese curriculum and
teaching, intends to enhance teachers’
knowledge and understanding of Chinese
cultures, effective strategies.
25 February 2015
Orff Schulwerk Levels Movement
Orff Schulwerk Levels - intensive Movement
workshop with Sue Lane
Orff Schulwerk
Association of NSW Inc.
23 January 2015
Click here to visit website
Orff Schulwerk Levels Orchestration
Orchestration - intensive practical workshop in
Orff Schulwerk
Orff Schulwerk
Association of NSW Inc.
23 January 2015
Click here to visit website
Orff Schulwerk Levels Pedagogy
Intense practical workshop in Orff Schulwerk
pedagogy.
Orff Schulwerk
Association of NSW Inc.
23 January 2015
Click here to visit website
Orff Schulwerk Levels Recorder
Orff Schulwerk Levels - Recorder - intensive
recorder workshop with Sarah Brooke
Orff Schulwerk
Association of NSW Inc.
23 January 2015
Click here to visit website
Orff Schulwerk Levels Technique and Improvisation
Technique and Improvisation intensive practical
training in Orff Schulwerk.
Orff Schulwerk
Association of NSW Inc.
23 January 2015
Click here to visit website
Orff Schulwerk Levels - Vocals
(singing)
Develop skills and understandings in the
preparation of the voice for singing (Vocals singing)
Orff Schulwerk
Association of NSW Inc.
23 January 2015
Click here to visit website
The 3 R's- Risk, Resilience
&Recovery
The 3 R's "Risk, Resilience and Recovery" will be
a dynamic and interactive PD which will
increase teachers’ knowledge of mental health
disorders most likely to affect their students
(anxiety and depression) and to create a safe
and supportive classroom environment to foster
resilience.
i talk mental health
22 January 2015
Flyer available from the TQI
Teacher Portal (Events tab)
MOVE UP! for Primary 5/6
The MOVE UP! for Primary 5/6 program
provides practical and effective teaching and
learning strategies in dance education, to
support the implementation of the Australian
Dance Curriculum.
Ausdance ACT
19 January 2015
Click here to visit website
MOVE UP! for High Schools and
Colleges
The Move Up! program provides practical and
effective teaching and learning strategies in
dance education, to support the
Ausdance ACT
19 January 2015
Click here to visit website
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Click here to visit website
Email for more information
25 February 2015
implementation of the Australian Dance
Curriculum for secondary teachers, with
relevance for college teachers.
MiniLit Professional Learning
Workshop
[email protected] for Teachers
The two-day MiniLit Workshop provides quality
professional learning in effective reading
instruction, easy to implement practical advice,
video of live demonstrations, and extensive
practice through small group role-play.
Participants receive detailed training materials
and a certificate to take home.
MultiLit Pty Ltd
[email protected] for Teachers participants will gain
a greater level of awareness of what mental ill
health is like for a student at their school.
Batyr Australia Limited
15 January 2015
Program enquiries:
T 1300 55 99 19
Email for more information
Click to visit website
10 January 2015
Email for more information
Or phone Dominic Greenwood:
0421 196 932
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School based Professional Learning programs for delivery within an ACT school
Program name
Program Date
Program provider
Using Technology to improve student outcomes at ADHS
29 January 2015
Alfred Deakin High
Building Teacher Capacity through classroom observation
Not specified
Aranda Primary
Embedding Formative Assessment
Not specified
Belconnen High
Blue Gum January 2015
19 January 2015
Blue Gum Community School
Blue Gum Pre School Jan 2015
27 January 2015
Blue Gum Community School
Pedagogy, Learning Spaces and Project Based Learning
23 January 2015
Brindabella Christian College
Using ICT to Enhance Learning and Teaching
29 January 2015
Burgmann Anglican School
PBIS – Practical Strategies & Restorative practices
3 March 2015
Calwell High
PLC Differentiation Practical Processes
29 January 2015
Calwell High
Positive Behaviour in Schools Model
28 January 2015
Calwell High
Rules of Engagement
29 January 2015
Calwell High
Planning for Literacy 2015
29 January 2015
Calwell Primary
Planning For Maths 2015
30 January 2015
Calwell Primary
Curriculum Renewal: UBD
30 January 2015
Campbell Primary
Improving student outcomes through Evidence Based Practices
28 January 2015
Canberra College
Ron Ritchhart 'Culture of Thinking'
29 January 2015
Canberra Girls' Grammar School
Understanding and developing the Growth Mindset Model
Not specified
Canberra High
Numicon - Caroline Chisholm School
28 January 2015
Caroline Chisholm School
Learning From Practice at Cranleigh
28 January 2015
Cranleigh School
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25 February 2015
Whole School Positive Behaviour Support
29 January 2015
Cranleigh School
Curtin values and pedagogy
28 January 2015
Curtin Primary
Communities of Practice at Dickson College
29 January 2015
Dickson College
Hattie and the Teaching Standards
28 January 2015
Emmaus Christian School
Helping Students with Working Memory Difficulties
28 January 2015
Emmaus Christian School
Talk for Writing
28 January 2015
Emmaus Christian School
Differentiation in the School Setting
31 January 2015
Forrest Primary
Team building, KidsMatter and social/emotional learning
29 January 2015
Fraser Primary
Engaging students through inquiry based pedagogy
28 January 2015
Gold Creek School
COG - Conversations that enable Opportunities for Growth
24 February 2015
Good Shepherd Primary
Implementing Primary Connections from Kinder to Year 6
30 January 2015
Good Shepherd Primary
The SAMR Ladder
29 January 2015
Good Shepherd Primary
A Balanced Numeracy Program
30 January 2015
Gordon Primary
Formative Assessment and Mathematics
30 January 2015
Gordon Primary
Gordon Primary Curriculum- Practice & Pedagogy
28 January 2015
Gordon Primary
Gifted and Talented PL - Differentiating the Curriculum
28 January 2015
Gungahlin College
The Heart of the Matter: Establishing and Implementing School Values
28 January 2015
Gungahlin College
Online Learning and Collaboration Tools and Resources
28 January 2015
Hawker College
27 & 28 January 2015
Hawker Primary
First Steps Reading
The Education Researcher
28 January 2015
Holy Family Parish Primary School
Engaging Students in Reading and Writing
30 January 2015
Holy Spirit Primary
Using Data to Support Student Learning
29 January 2015
Holy Spirit Primary
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25 February 2015
Teaching Writing in the Inquiry Classroom
Embracing the Australian Curriculum through Team Teaching to meet
individual needs
18 February 2015
3 March 2015
Holy Trinity Primary
John Paul College
Kaleen Primary - Building the Capability and Capacity of our Teams
27 January 2015
Kaleen Primary
Kaleen Primary – Using the Australian Curriculum to improve student
outcomes -Mathematics PD
30 January 2015
Kaleen Primary
Understanding the role of Protective Behaviours in student learning
27 January 2015
Kaleen Primary
Using assessment to inform and improve practice
28 January 2015
Kaleen Primary
Maximising Student Outcomes - Response to Intervention
29 January 2015
Kingsford Smith School
Riding the Dragon of Change
28 January 2015
Lake Tuggeranong College
Achievement Standards linked to Programming and Reporting
29 January 2015
Latham Primary
Behaviour Guidelines @ Latham
28 January 2015
Latham Primary
Thriving in Times of Change
30 January 2015
Lyneham High
Whole School Approach – Classroom Management and Student
Engagement
30 January 2015
Macgregor Primary
Teacher Inquiry Program (MPSTIP) Phase:2
19 February 2015
Macquarie Primary
Collaboration in PLCs
27 January 2015
Majura Primary
Using PODD communication books
27 January 2015
Malkara School
ICT Resources in your Classrooms
23 January 2015
Marist College
Using SMART NAPLAN data to inform teaching
11 February 2015
Marist College
Using technology in the 21st Century Learning Environment
29 January 2015
Marist College
eLearning: Interactive PDFs
11 March 2015
Merici College
Pastoral Care of Students 2015
29 January 2015
Merici College
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25 February 2015
Restorative Practices Merici College 2015
29 January 2015
Merici College
SAMR: Redefinition - Stop Motion Animation
4 June 2015
Merici College
Web Literacy: Web Searching, Curation
6 May 2015
Merici College
MTS Numeracy Planning and Programming
30 January 2015
Mother Teresa Primary School
Successful Learning Through Successful Practice - Literacy
30 January 2015
Mother Teresa Primary School
Using technology to connect home and school.
28 January 2015
Mother Teresa Primary School
Response to Intervention
29 January 2015
Mount Rogers Primary
Collaborative Coaching @ Murrumbidgee Education and Training Centre
29 January 2015
Murrumbidgee Education And Training Centre - Bimberi
Mental Computation at Namadgi School
29 January 2015
Namadgi School
CoCoaching (“Enhancing the quality of conversations in school
communities")
28 January 2015
North Ainslie Primary
Learning in the Local: Pedagogy of Place Orana Steiner School Staff
Conference 2015
30 January 2015
Orana Steiner School
Exploring Mathematics Theory and Practice at Palmerston District Primary
School with Carol Spencer
29 January 2015
Palmerston District Primary
Developing A Shared Vision (Jnr School)
28 January 2015
Radford College
Developing A Shared Vision and Embedding Best Practice
28 January 2015
Radford College
Radford College Junior School Peer Based Professional Learning Program
29 January 2015
Radford College
Inquiry Maths at Red Hill School
30 January 2015
Red Hill Primary
Writers Workshop at Red Hill School
29 January 2015
Red Hill Primary
Formative Assessment in Practice
27 January 2015
Richardson Primary
Creating communities of engaged writers
27 January 2015
Rosary Primary
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25 February 2015
Embedded Formative Assessment
27 January 2015
Sacred Heart Primary
Integration of the Australian Curriculum
28 January 2015
Sacred Heart Primary
Mentoring At St Anthony's (MASA)
27 January 2015
St Anthony’s Parish Primary School
Curriculum - Understanding By Design
29 January 2015
St Bede's Primary
iPad Pedagogy and Practice
24 March 2015
St Bede's Primary
Authentic Literacy Practises
28 January 2015
St Clare of Assisi Primary
Further Development of Mathematical Problem Solving
29 January 2015
St Clare of Assisi Primary
Inquiry-based Integrated Curriculum
29 January 2015
St Clare of Assisi Primary
Quality Assessment
30 January 2015
St Clare of Assisi Primary
Chatz with Jatz - Class Act
4 March 2015
St Edmund's College
Flipping the Classroom with Canvas
30 January 2015
St Edmund's College
Literacy 1: Writing
30 March 2015
St Edmund's College
Mentoring at St Francis of Assisi
28 January 2015
St Francis of Assisi Primary
Inclusive Education: DDA & DSE: Disability Discrimination Act & Disability
Standards in Education
28 January 2015
St Francis Xavier College
Inclusive Education: Processes: Working Effectively with Inclusive
Education Assistance
30 January 2015
St Francis Xavier College
iPads for Learning
29 January 2015
St John the Apostle Primary
The Australian Curriculum and the Mathematics Framework
28 January 2015
St John the Apostle Primary
Mathematics in the Primary Classroom
30 January 2015
St John Vianney's Primary
Increasing Numeracy outcomes for students from preschool to Year Six
27 January 2015
St Joseph's Primary
SJO Integration and School Wide Pedagogy
27 January 2015
St Joseph's Primary
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25 February 2015
How do I guide students to become more effective writers and spellers?
Using Data to Improve Student Outcomes in Literacy and Numeracy
29 January 2015
St Jude's Primary
3 March 2015
St Mary MacKillop College
Using ICT to Support Student Outcomes
28 January 2015
St Mary MacKillop College
Discovering and Incorporating Aboriginal Cross-Curriculum Priorities
29 January 2015
St Matthew's Primary
Responding to Intervention through Professional Learning Communities
28 January 2015
St Michael's Primary
Assessment For Learning
9 February 2015
St Monica's Primary
KidsMatter Primary- Component 2 at St Monica’s Evatt
28 January 2015
St Monica's Primary
Improving Teacher Capacity for Quality Conversations with Student,
Teachers & Parents
30 January 2015
St Thomas Aquinas Primary
Operation TALE at St Thomas More's
29 January 2015
St Thomas More's Primary
Developing a school-wide culture of continuous learning
28 January 2015
St Thomas the Apostle Primary
Introduction and Implementation of Professional Learning Teams (PLTs)
and Cycles of Inquiry
29 January 2015
Numeracy - How can we differentiate?
29 January 2015
St Vincent's Primary
Writing - Where to now?
29 January 2015
St Vincent's Primary
Cultural Awareness Program
27 January 2015
Telopea Park School
A lens on the Australian Curriculum: Creative and critical thinking
29 January 2015
Turner School
KidsMatter Component 2 Wanniassa Hills
28 January 2015
Wanniassa Hills Primary
Embedding Formative Assessment
28 January 2015
Wanniassa School
St Thomas the Apostle Primary (DavisGreig Consultancy)
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25 February 2015
School based Professional Learning programs for delivery within a group of ACT schools
Program name
Aboriginal Contact Teacher Network Meeting
Accepting the Challenge: Action Inquiry Program
Program Date
25 February 2015
Register by
Participating Schools
All CEO Schools
(Program owner: Catholic Education Office)
All ETD Schools - (Email for more information)
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
(Re-accredited for 2015)
11 February 2015
ACER: National School Improvement Tool (NSIT) - 3 days
17 February 2015
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
Analysing Spelling to Differentiate Student Learning
27 January 2015
St Matthew’s Primary
Sts Peter and Paul Primary
(Program owner: St Matthew’s Primary)
A Pathway to Cultural Competence
3 March 2015
All CEO Schools
(Program owner: Catholic Education Office)
Canberra REAIE Network Meetings
26 February 2015
All: Cross Sectoral
(Program owner: Canberra Grammar School)
Circle Time: Advanced Application of the Circle Time Process
24 March 2015
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Circle Time: Strengthening Relationships in the P-10
Classroom
(Re-accredited for 2015)
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Contact Provider
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
25 February 2015
Cluster PLCs for Transition - Campbell HS, Lyneham HS,
Dickson College
Collaborative Applications for Educators - Part 1
28 January 2015
Campbell High
Dickson College
Lyneham High
(Program owner: Dickson College)
4 March 2015
All: Cross Sectoral
(Program owner: Merici College)
Colleges Conference Ten: 2015
29 January 2015
Canberra College
Dickson College
Erindale College
Gungahlin College
Hawker College
Lake Tuggeranong College
Melba Copland School
Narrabundah College
University of Canberra Senior Secondary College, Lake Ginninderra
(Program owner: Hawker College)
Creating Communities of Engaged Writers
29 January 2015
St Benedict's Primary
St Thomas Aquinas Primary
(Program owner: St Benedict's Primary)
Differentiation: A Focus on Learning
28 January 2015
Campbell Primary
Lyneham Primary
(Program owner: Lyneham Primary)
EALD Teachers’ Professional Learning
Forum Term 1
11 March 2015
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
Early Childhood Education Network Sessions : Promoting
Parental Engagement
26 March 2015
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
Essential Skills and Beyond
2 February 2015
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
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25 February 2015
24 February 2015
25 February 2015
26 February 2015
All ETD schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
Inquiry Learning
28 January 2015
Charnwood-Dunlop School
Richardson Primary
(Program owner: Richardson Primary)
Learning Support Contact Day
27 February 2015
Lending A Hand- Module 2 of Understanding and Responding
Trauma
9 February 2015
Literacy and Numeracy Professional Learning Forum Term 1
25 February 2015
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
Looking at Classroom Practice and the Classroom Practice
Continuum
25 February 2015
All CEO Schools
(Program owner: Catholic Education Office)
Making Learning Visible in the KPG
29 January 2015
All: Cross Sectoral
(Program owner: Maribyrnong Primary)
Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners using Assessment for
Learning.
29 January 2015
Farrer Primary
Torrens Primary
(Program owner: Torrens Primary)
Numeracy Essentials (1)
26 March 2015
All CEO Schools
(Program owner: Catholic Education Office)
Essential Skills for Classroom Teachers
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Online Learning: Autism Spectrum Disorder
(Re-accredited for 2015)
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18 February 2015
24 February 2015
3 March 2015
All CEO Schools
(Program owner: Catholic Education Office)
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
25 February 2015
18 February 2015
26 February 2015
12 March 2015
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
4 March 2015
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
26 February 2015
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
24 February 2015
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
Primary Connections
30 January 2015
All: Cross Sectoral
(Program owner: Jervis Bay Primary)
Programming through Understanding by Design
27 January 2015
All CEO Schools
(Program owner: Catholic Education Office)
SAMR: Redefinition - Audio Engineering
18 March 2015
All: Cross Sectoral
(Program owner: Merici College)
Seven Steps to Writing Success
30 January 2015
All : Cross Sectoral
(Program owner: Burgmann Anglican School)
Online Learning: Dyslexia and Significant Reading Difficulties
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Online Learning: Motor Coordination Difficulties (MCD)
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Online Learning: Speech, Language and Communication
Needs (SLCN)
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Online Learning: Understanding and Managing Behaviour
(Re-accredited for 2015)
Shaping Learning through Formative Assessment
South Weston High School Network PL Day 2015
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3 March 2015
28 January 2015
Gold Creek School
Holy Spirit Primary
(Program owner: Holy Spirit Primary)
Alfred Deakin High
Melrose High
Mount Stromlo High School
Telopea Park School
(Program owner: Mount Stromlo High School)
25 February 2015
10 February 2015
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
Supporting teachers through the Experienced Teacher Action
Research Pilot Project
20 February 2015
Burgmann Anglican School
Canberra Girls’ Grammar School
Canberra Grammar School
Radford College
(Program owner:
The Association of Independent School of NSW)
Tactical Teaching: Speaking and Listening
9 February 2015
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
Teaching English Additional Language Learners (mainstream
classroom): Primary School Teachers
24 February 2015
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
Teaching English Additional Language Learners (mainstream
Classroom), Principals and Leaders
23 February 2015
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
Teaching English Additional Language Learners (mainstream
classroom): Secondary School Teachers
2 March 2015
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
Available to schools upon
request
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
Strategic Cultural Awareness Day with Grant Sarra
Team-Teach
(Re-accredited for 2015)
The Gospels as a form of Literature – How do I read them?
The Heart of Christian Teaching: More than a patchwork quilt.
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26 February 2015
All CEO Schools
(Program owner: Catholic Education Office)
28 January 2015
Brindabella Christian College
Canberra Christian School
Emmaus Christian School
Trinity Christian School
(Program owner: Trinity Christian School)
25 February 2015
The Planning Cycle; where have we come from and where do
we go from here?
28 January 2015
Holy Family Parish Primary School
Holy Trinity Primary
Mother Teresa Primary School
St Joseph's Primary
St Jude's Primary
St Thomas Aquinas Primary
(Program owner: Mother Teresa Primary School)
Transforming Teaching and Learning Module 1
26 February 2015
All CEO Schools
(Program owner: Catholic Education Office)
Understanding the Diverse Learners in Primary Classrooms:
Why some succeed and some do not.
28 January 2015
Farrer Primary
Torrens Primary
(Program owner: Torrens Primary)
Unwrapping the Standards
29 January 2015
All: Cross Sectoral
(Program owner: Macgregor Primary)
Wellbeing Workshop
30 January 2015
All ETD Schools
(Program owner: ETD Central Office)
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