28th June, 2019 @ 9:30 am
28/06/2019 - 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Early career experiences have a lasting effect on the way teachers develop and hone the skills they bring to their teaching. This program supports the development of high quality teaching in schools through working with Early Career Teachers and their mentors:
- Using the Australian guidelines for teacher induction into the profession to develop professional identity, professional practice and teacher wellbeing
- Scaffolding and enriching the mentee – mentor relationship
- Developing a pedagogical toolbox
- Collecting evidence against the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers
- Navigating the transition from provisional to full registration.
The establishment of effective mentoring relationships is an important way to support and induct new teachers into the profession. Schools are requested to pair each participating Early Career Teacher with a mentor from their school. Throughout the program, video conferencing and a range of tools will be utilised to support the mentors in this important role. Early Career Teachers must attend all workshops in the series. Mentors are required to attend workshop 2 with their colleague and are invited to also attend the final half day sharing and celebration.
Independent school primary and secondary teachers in their first three years of teaching
Lynda Secombe, AISSA
Mary Pickett, AISSA
Course fees and program
Registration for this five-day course will incur a fee of $400.00 (GST inclusive) per early career teacher. Participants are required to register and participate in all components of the course and may not attend single days:
Mentor video conferences
|Day 1: Friday 8 March||Select either:
27 or 28 February
26 or 27 March
8 or 9 May
12 or 13 June
7 or 8 August
Video conference times:
3.45pm to 4.30pm
Day 1: Welcome to the Profession – building collegial networks and your pedagogical toolbox
Day 2: Working with your Mentor
Day 3: Building Positive Student Relationships
Day 4: The Architecture of a Lesson
Day 5: Project Sharing and Celebration
Parking is available in nearby streets. Please refer to AISSA 128 Greenhill Road Parking Map
For all registration enquiries please contact Emily Metelmann.
This event is fully booked.