The Bulletin 12 May 2022 Term 2 - Issue 4

Thursday, 12 May, 2022

AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news, and information.

Featured AISWA Professional Learning
Date Event Title Code
May 17 2022
Leading ICT integration masterclass
  • ICT Skills and Integration
  • Leadership
  • STEM
  • Technologies
  • Part 1 17th May 2022
  • Part 2 18th May 2022
May 19 2022
Scaffolding Adolescent Literacy
  • Literacy
May 20 2022
Drama Network Day
  • The Arts
May 23 2022
Youth Mental Health First Aid
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
  • Part 1 23rd May 2022
  • Part 2 24th May 2022
May 23 2022
Media Network Day
  • The Arts
May 23 2022
Sharp Reading: Guided Reading for Decoding
  • Literacy
May 24 2022
Sharp Reading: Guided Reading for Comprehension
  • Literacy
May 25 2022
Sharp Reading: Struggling Older Readers
  • Literacy
May 26 2022
Sharp Reading: Comprehension Strategy Instruction - Secondary
  • Literacy
May 27 2022
Sharp Reading: Comprehension and Critical Thinking (Prerequisite: Comprehension Strategy Instruction Stage 3)
  • Literacy
Jun 3 2022
Secondary English Network Day
  • Literacy
Jun 3 2022
Sharp Reading: Guided Reading Comprehension (Bunbury)
  • Literacy
Jul 4 2022
Creating Independent Learners Using The Daily 5
  • Literacy
Jul 13 2022
Programming and Assessment, English, Using Backward Design
  • English
Jul 14 2022
Mathematics Intervention and Support Year 1 to Year 6 – Building the Foundation of Addition and Subtraction Presented by Dr Paul Swan & Narelle Rice - IN PERSON (HALF DAY)
  • Numeracy
Aug 11 2022
Youth Mental Health First Aid
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
  • Part 1 11th Aug 2022
  • Part 2 18th Aug 2022
Sep 6 2022
Mathematics: Educational Assistants working in PP to Year 4
  • Numeracy
Nov 3 2022
Youth Mental Health First Aid
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
  • Part 1 3rd Nov 2022
  • Part 2 4th Nov 2022

Year 9 Career Taster Program

In line with the Governments WA Jobs plan, The Year 9 Career Taster Program has been developed to inspire Secondary school students about potential career and further study opportunities and assist them in making more informed decisions on their subject selections and post school options.
The CTP aims to support Year 9 students to become ‘career curious’ and complement the existing career development and taster opportunities already provided by schools and industry.

AISWA will provide grants to cover:

  • Cost of Relief-teaching to cover student ‘Taster Experience Activities excursions
  • Cost for transporting students to and from ‘Taster Experience Activities’ public transport
  • Costs of in school incursions & related projects
  • Personal Protective Equipment for ‘Taster Experience Activities’
  • Online programs to support remote and regional schools
  • Costs of resources or perishables required to run an activity at school

For more information, please click - Here 
Please contact Wade McLeod for more any expressions of interest.

Premier’s Reading Challenge

The theme for the challenge this year is ‘Reading can take you anywhere’. By encouraging students to register and participate, we can give them the opportunity to develop a lifelong love of books and the chance to discover the joys of escaping into the pages of a really good book. The Premier’s Reading Challenge website has an online booklist with over 7,000 titles across all genres and formats. By visiting the website, students can register online, choose their own avatar and log all the books they read over the course of the challenge.
The challenge is for students to read a minimum of 12 books between May and 9 September 2022 and  is open to all students from Kindergarten to Year 10. Students can also add books that may not be on the booklist to count towards their total. For more information please click Here 

PRIMED for HASS Science and Technologies Year 9 Curriculum and Industry Resources

Looking for ways to inspire your students to be part of WA’s booming primary industries?
PRIMED Leaders North Metropolitan offers teachers a free professional learning opportunity to prepare students for futures in primary industries in WA. The workshop aligns with the local Curriculum, allows teachers to network in their region, engages in practical teaching and learning experiences, and connects with primary industries to develop incursion and excursion opportunities. For more information please click Here

School Leaders Briefings 2022

School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA) offers primary and secondary school leaders an opportunity to be updated on curriculum, assessment, and reporting for Kindergarten to Year 6 and Years 7 – 12. The 2022 briefings will be conducted by WebEx and provide an update on the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority’s (ACARA) recently endorsed F–10 Australian Curriculum (Version 9). Register Here