Leading Change in the Teaching of Primary English

6th June, 2024 @ 1:30 pm

Date/Time:

06/06/2024 - 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Description:

Re-designed for a term 2 start!

This series is centred on building individual and social capital as a leader of English in a primary school setting. These half day workshops will be held once in terms 2,3, and 4 and will engage Learning Leaders in practice exchange and stimulating professional dialogue about current and emerging best practices related to English learning, teaching and assessment. A highlight of these workshops will be hearing from guest presenters about approaches to teaching English in the primary setting.

Dialogue and collective inquiry will focus on:

  • Current English educational research and initiatives
  • Interpreting and understanding the English curriculum
  • English teaching and learning – planning and assessment
  • Sharing of classroom practice and English initiatives
  • Open discussion

In term 2 our guest presenter is Deb McKay.

Deb’s presentation will focus on developing impactful classroom practice through the utilisation of research-based pedagogies including Understanding by Design and Cognitive Science. Deb will model how these pedagogies can be used to plan, implement and assess impactful writing lessons.

This is a series. By registering you are committing to attending the following sessions:

Session 2: 05/06/2024, 1.30pm-3.30pm
Session 3: 28/08/2024, 1.30pm-3.30pm
Session 4: 13/11/2024, 1.30pm-3.30pm

Audience: English Learning Leaders F-6

Delivery mode: face-to-face

Presenter: Desiree Gilbert, AISSA Senior Educational Consultant, Deb McKay, Assistant Head of Curriculum and Learning at St Columba College

Price: $120 (GST inclusive)

Bookings for this series close at 5pm on 22/05/2024.

See the AISSA Professional Learning Terms and Conditions for the full registration terms and conditions including the cancellation policy.

For registration enquiries please contact Keira Brault.

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