AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news and information
Aug 20 2019
|The STEM in Practice Program: One Day Workshop
Aug 21 2019
|Small Schools Business Managers Meeting Term 3
Aug 26 2019
|Microsoft OneNote and Class Notebook
Sep 6 2019
|Minecraft: Education Edition for STEaM
Sep 17 2019
|Primary Arts Network Meeting
Fishability School Aged Children's Program
Fishability is a not for profit association that delivers programs and activities designed to increase the active involvement of people requiring support with recreational fishing. Fishability has, since 2000 provided fishing opportunities for Western Australians living with challenges. With the support from the Western Australian peak body for recreational fishing, Recfishwest and the Department of Fisheries, Fishability has promoted fishing as a means of acceptance and inclusion.
The Fishability objectives are reached through specially structured, fully supervised, fishing activities in jetty platforms in the Metropolitan area, Mandurah, Busselton, Geraldton and Albany, and an annual regional tour program.
In 2018, Fishability launched the ‘Fishability School Aged Children's Program’ catering for primary and high school students. For further information please click Here
2019 World Teachers' Day Awards
The United Nations Educational, Scientifi c and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) inaugurated World Teachers’ Day in 1994. It commemorates the 5 October 1966 joint signing of the UNESCO/ILO Recommendation on the Status of Teachers. In adopting this recommendation, governments automatically recognised the importance of competent, qualifi ed and motivated teachers in society. Australia celebrates World Teachers’ Day on the last Friday in October.
For more informaton please click Here
For primary nomination and entry form click Here
For secondary nomination and entry form click Here