10th September, 2018 @ 9:30 am
10/09/2018 - 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 series of five workshops is an opportunity for all Independent school primary and secondary teachers in their first three years of teaching to:
- access expert advice and support
- learn how to increase student engagement
- share early teaching experiences
- establish collegial networks
- increase confidence and gain greater satisfaction from the classroom experience
- collect evidence and work toward progressing from the Graduate to Proficient teacher career stage.
Throughout the program, the early career teacher will be required to work alongside a mentor. The establishment of effective mentoring relationships is an important way to support and induct new teachers into the profession. Participants must attend all workshops in the series. Mentors will need to attend workshop 2 with their colleague.
Mary Hudson, Senior Educational Consultant, AISSA
Mary Pickett, Senior Educational Consultant, AISSA
Course Fees and Program:
Registration for this five day course will incur a fee of $550 (GST Inclusive) per participant. This fee is invoiced after the event and is payable even if you do not attend on the day as the AISSA will still incur cost. If notice of cancellation is received before 9 March 2018 the fee will be waived.
Session 1: Welcome to the Profession – Monday 19 March 2018
Session 2: Working with your Mentor – Monday 26 March 2018
Session 3: Building Positive Student Relationships – Thursday 10 May 2018
Session 4: The Architecture of a Lesson and Differentiation – Wednesday 1 August 2018
Session 5: Project Sharing and Celebration – Monday 10 September 2018
Parking is available in nearby streets.
Registration for this course is now closed. For all enquiries please contact Emily Metelmann.