27th May, 2021 @ 9:00 am
27/05/2021 - 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
“… highly effective teaching is the key to improving student learning throughout the school.”(ACER) “…the best teachers believe in the capacity of their students to learn, and carefully utilize a range of pedagogical approaches to ensure this learning occurs (UNESCO, 2018)
Four catalysts for driving pedagogical improvement will be investigated during these two half-day clinics (on Zoom). The four catalysts are listed below with the provocation that will drive the dialogue and information shared:
Assessment for Learning
- How do we effectively design and use assessment to gain insight into what our learners understand, know and can do, and engage learners in their learning?
- How might we design learning where the educative purpose is on conceptual understanding and transfer?
The General Capabilities, Critical and Creative Thinking
- How might the explicit teaching and embedding of critical and creative thinking throughout learning encourage higher order thinking?
The National Literacy and Numeracy Progressions.
- How do we use the National Literacy and Numeracy Progressions to focus on our learners and their learning – to gain an understand of where my learners are now and to explore future learning opportunities to support their growth?
Target audience: Leaders and teachers Foundation to Year 10
Delivery mode: Zoom
Desiree Gilbert, AISSA
Rosemary Kadow, AISSA
Sessions in this series:
27 May 9.00am – 12.30pm
4 June 9.00am – 12.30pm
Please see the AISSA’s Video Conferencing Collection Notice and Video Conferencing Privacy Disclosure Statement for information about the AISSA’s collection of personal information through video conferencing.
A Zoom link will be sent closer to the event.
For registration enquiries please contact Emily Metelmann.
Bookings are closed for this event.