The Bulletin 10 October 2019 Term 4 - Issue 1

Thursday, 10 October, 2019
Term: 
4
Issue: 
1

AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news and information

Latest AISWA News: 
Featured AISWA Professional Learning: 
DateEvent TitleCode
Oct 17 2019
Half Day Legal Seminar
  • Administration
12336
Oct 21 2019
Sharp Reading: ADVANCED Comprehension (Prerequisite: Comprehension Strategy Instruction Stage 3)
  • Literacy
12364
Oct 21 2019
What's new in Microsoft - Term 4
  • ICT Skills and Integration
12360
Oct 23 2019
Productive talk: Fabulous writing (Talk: Essential for good writing) PRIMARY (ALBANY)
  • Literacy
12340
Oct 23 2019
Masters of Educational Leadership Information Session
  • Leadership
12351
Oct 24 2019
Productive talk: Fabulous writing (Talk: Essential for good writing) SECONDARY (ALBANY)
  • Literacy
12339
Oct 24 2019
Sharp Reading Comprehension Strategy Instruction
  • Literacy
12366
Oct 28 2019
Primary Leaders Network Meeting (Term 4)
  • Leadership
12392
Oct 30 2019
Introduction to Programming Using Python
  • ICT Skills and Integration
  • Technologies
12361
Oct 31 2019
Secondary English Networking Day (English and Literature ATAR)
  • English
12206
Nov 4 2019
21st Century Learning Design
  • ICT Skills and Integration
  • STEM
  • Technologies
  • Part 1 4th Nov 2019
  • Part 2 5th Nov 2019
12359
Nov 6 2019
Gamefikasi: Motivating secondary learners in Languages
  • Languages
12420
Nov 7 2019
Adolescent Engagement and Success
  • Literacy
12367
Nov 8 2019
Drama Network Day
  • The Arts
12410
Nov 11 2019
AISWA HoD Maths Network Meeting - TERM 4
  • Mathematics
12079
Nov 12 2019
Scaffolding Adolescent Literacy
  • Literacy
12399
Nov 13 2019
Mathematics: Effective Differentiation and Assessment - Engaging Students in Early Number and Place Value K-2
  • Numeracy
12343
Nov 13 2019
Mathematics: Effective Differentiation and Assessment - Engaging Students in Early Number and Place Value 3-6
  • Numeracy
12344
Nov 14 2019
Digital Privacy, Safety and Security: the interplay between legal, technical and moral obligations
  • Technologies
12388
Nov 15 2019
Registration Seminar
  • Governance
  • Leadership
12317
Nov 18 2019
General Human Biology Exploration
  • Science
12412
Jan 28 2020
Gatekeeper Suicide Prevention Training
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
  • Part 1 28th - 29th Jan 2020
  • Part 2 29th Jan 2020
12418
Mar 17 2020
Youth Mental Health First Aid
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
  • Part 1 17th Mar 2020
  • Part 2 24th Mar 2020
12421

Kate Mullin Award 2019

The Kate Mullin Award aims to recognise and celebrate educators from any of the three WA school sectors of education, who demonstrate excellence in the teaching of English to Aboriginal students whose first language may be Aboriginal English, an Aboriginal Language or a creole such as the Kimberley Kriol. The educator can self-nominate or be nominated by a line-manager, colleague, student or community member.
For more information please click Here

Digital Privacy, Safety and Security: the interplay between legal, technical and moral obligations |14th November, 08.45 - 12.45 | AIM WA- Floreat.

With connected technology now being used in the majority of classrooms, it’s critical for schools to increase their understanding about keeping student data safe, including clear insight into what data is being collected, stored and shared by edtech vendors, and what those companies might make of that data. For more information, and to register please click Here 

The Book of Stone Launch Invite | 15th November | The literacy Centre, Fremantle

You are invited to the Launch of The Book of Stone by Mark Greenwood iIlustrated by Carol Tulloch, to be launched by Mr Ron Gorman, Deputy Director, Asssociation of Independent Schools of Western Australia. For more information, please click  Here

Gallipoli Scholarship

The Gallipoli Scholarship Fund was founded 1996 by a group of World War I veterans who donated a modest legacy to promote through education, the memory of Australia's contribution and sacrifice in the pursuit of freedom and democracy.  The first two Gallipoli Scholarships of $2,000 each were presented in 1998. There are now 114 young men and women who have received Gallipoli Scholarships and the Fund now awards $6,000 for the first year of tertiary study at an approved University or TAFE (the latter at Degree or Advanced Diploma level).
For more information, please click here Here