29th November, 2018 @ 9:15 am
29/11/2018 - 9:15 am - 3:15 pm
Project Based Learning (PBL) is an instructional approach that engages students in rigorous learning and enables the development of knowledge, skills and understanding through the Australian Curriculum’s and SACE’s learning areas and General Capabilities.
In response to interest from schools to explore this further, the AISSA is inviting leaders and teachers to attend this one-day introductory professional learning opportunity.
Key principles, models and examples of current practice will be shared. The day will be led by practitioners who have expertise and experience of PBL and who are successfully applying PBL in their schools. Sample units of work and various resources will be provided for participants.
Who: Leaders and teams of their Teachers, R-12 interested in exploring PBL
Presenters: Parramatta Marist High School PBL Leadership Team
Cost: There is no cost for this session
Participants are invited to bring a unit of work or current planning to consider as part of this work.
The session will be held at Immanuel College in the Function Room. Please arrive in enough time to sign in and find a seat.
For all registration enquiries please contact Emily Metelmann.
This is an introductory opportunity for school teams and will form the basis of ongoing long-term project based on the needs of schools.
Schools will be invited to work together to form networks collaborating with experts and each-other to understand, design, implement and scale Project Based Learning in their school.
Details of the projects will be negotiated following the Masterclass.
This event is fully booked.