The Bulletin 18 August 2016 Term 3 - Issue 5

Thursday, 18 August, 2016
Term
3
Issue
5

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

Featured AISWA Professional Learning
Date Event Title Code
N/A Women in Educational Leadership Network Meeting
  • Leadership
10539
Aug 26 2016
Personal Assistant to Leadership roles
  • Leadership
10591
Sep 1 2016
Exploring General Capabilities of Creative and Critical Thinking and Ethical Understandings through Literature
  • Literacy
  • Part 1 1st Sep 2016
  • Part 2 20th Sep 2016
  • Part 3 25th Oct 2016
10905
Sep 2 2016
Creating Safer Independent Schools (School Leaders)
  • Inclusive Education
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
10862
Sep 7 2016
Engaging Students in Problem Solving and Reasoning Tasks
  • Mathematics
  • Numeracy
10850
Sep 7 2016
Judging Standards Tool PL
  • Literacy
10889
Sep 8 2016
A Mathematics Workshop Double Header!
  • Mathematics
  • Numeracy
10851
Sep 12 2016
Dialogic Teaching: More than Talk! (Years 3-8)
  • Literacy
  • Part 1 12th Sep 2016
  • Part 2 13th Sep 2016
10816
Sep 13 2016
Full Fee Paying Overseas Students
  • Leadership
10632
Oct 26 2016
School Registration Seminar 10859

St Mary's - Nature, Mental Health & Well-Being

St Mary’s is hosting Alan Logan, an invited faculty member within the mind-body medicine courses offered at Harvard’s School of Continuing Medical Education. He will be presenting on the benefits of green time in a world of screen time. For more information on this event please visit the website.

Dr Jo Fahey is coming to Perth in 2017

Jo Fahey resides and teaches in Adelaide and she has vast knowledge andexperience as a national and international educator in the early years of
education (children 3-8 years). Jo has taught in international schools inGermany and schools and kindergartens in Australia. She has given workshops in places including Japan, the Solomon Islands, Holland, Turkey, The Arab Emirates, Germany, England, Switzerland and Luxembourg.

Due to her passion for teaching and learning, Jo has always maintained a strong presence in classrooms. By returning to teaching at frequent intervals Jo understands the day-to-day joys and challenges that educators encounter. This current experience enables her to reach out to educators with very practical ideas and facilitate communities of practice, where educators share their knowledge and expertise.

If you'd like more information on Jo's offers, please see attached flyer.

The ATOM Photo Comp 2016 - Three $500 prizes up for grabs!

The inaugural ATOM Photo Comp 2016 is now calling all entries. The threecategory winner will each receive $500. The theme for the competition is 'A Sense of Place'. Photography allows us to create our own unique interpretations of the world around us. The same place can have a different 'feel' in different situations. As a medium, photography offers many ways to explore a variety of perspectives on a location.

To enter or read more on this opputunity, please click here.