The Bulletin 2 December 2021 Term 4 - Issue 9

Thursday, 2 December, 2021
Term
4
Issue
9

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

Featured AISWA Professional Learning
Date Event Title Code
Jan 18 2022
2022 Masters of Education
  • Leadership
  • Part 1 18th Jan 2022
  • Part 2 19th Jan 2022
  • Part 3 20th Jan 2022
  • Part 4 21st Jan 2022
13000
Jan 18 2022
Masterclass - An Introduction to School Funding and Financial Management in Independent Schools
  • Leadership
13288
Jan 19 2022
Masterclass - An Introduction to Regulatory Frameworks & Compliance in Independent Schools
  • Leadership
13289
Jan 20 2022
Masterclass - An Introduction to Leading the People in Independent Schools
  • Leadership
13290
Feb 14 2022
ONLINE: 2022 Mentors for Early Career Teachers
  • Leadership
13181
Feb 15 2022
Inclusive Education Funding Processes (February - Free Afternoon Session)
  • Inclusive Education
13296
Feb 17 2022
Inclusive Education Funding Processes (February - Free Morning Session)
  • Inclusive Education
13295
Feb 18 2022
General and Foundation English Network Day
  • Literacy
13320
Mar 2 2022
2022 Women in Leadership Network Meeting - No. 1
  • Leadership
13183
Mar 2 2022
New AISWA Principals Network
  • Leadership
  • Part 1 2nd Mar 2022
  • Part 2 25th May 2022
  • Part 3 17th Aug 2022
  • Part 4 9th Nov 2022
13294
Mar 4 2022
English Literature Network Day
  • Literacy
13322
Mar 10 2022
2022 National Certification Project
  • Leadership
  • Part 1 10th Mar 2022
  • Part 2 13th Apr 2022
  • Part 3 4th Aug 2022
  • Part 4 6th Oct 2022
13182
Mar 14 2022
Sharp Reading: Guided Reading for Decoding
  • Literacy
13269
Mar 15 2022
2022 Middle Leaders
  • Leadership
  • Part 1 15th Mar 2022
  • Part 2 2nd Jun 2022
  • Part 3 9th Aug 2022
13193
Mar 15 2022
Sharp Reading: Guided Reading for Comprehension
  • Literacy
13270
Mar 16 2022
Sharp Reading: Comprehension Strategy Instruction - Secondary
  • Literacy
13267
Mar 17 2022
Sharp Reading: Comprehension and Critical Thinking (Prerequisite: Comprehension Strategy Instruction Stage 3)
  • Literacy
13266
Mar 18 2022
Sharp Reading: Struggling Older Readers
  • Literacy
13265
Mar 18 2022
Secondary English Network Day
  • Literacy
13315
Mar 25 2022
IE Breakfast Conversations
  • Inclusive Education
13241
Apr 7 2022
2022 Aspiring Leaders
  • Leadership
  • Part 1 7th Apr 2022
  • Part 2 28th Jul 2022
  • Part 3 15th Sep 2022
13185
Apr 11 2022
Adolescent Engagement Through Literacy
  • Literacy
13263
Apr 11 2022
Stretching at Your Edges: Growing (Up) at Work - Deferred until Further Notice
  • Leadership
13293
Apr 12 2022
Creating Independent Learners Using The Daily 5
  • Literacy
13281
Apr 21 2022
Programming and Assessment, English, Using Backward Design
  • English
13312

Attendance at Professional Learning Events and Visitors to AISWA in 2022

With Covid vaccinations compulsory for all staff working in schools from the commencement of the 2022 school year, it will also be a requirement that all attendees at AISWA PL events, and other AISWA visitors, are fully vaccinated. While AISWA is not required to store the evidence of vaccination, we will need to sight the proof of vaccination as attendees arrive. This can be in the form of a COVID-19 digital certificate or an immunisation history statement.

 

ISA and AHISA National Education Forum | 17 March 2022 | Registrations now open

The ISA and AHISA joint National Education Forum, Health of the Nation, will be held at the Hotel Realm in Canberra on Thursday 17 March 2022. They are pleased to announce that registrations have now re-opened for this important one-day event which will feature presentations from education specialists, national politicians and other thought leaders on national issues that affect our schools. For more information, please click Here 

 

2022 Young Writers Collective Program and Registration

The Young Writers Collective offers an open and encouraging space for young writers and creatives (Year 6-12) to learn from award-winning Australian YA authors and meet a group of like-minded young people. The 2022 timetable has been released!

For more information and to register, please click on the link  Here 

 

Important information about ABSTUDY for primary schools

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who are finishing Year 6 are eligible for ABSTUDY from the start of secondary school. Their parents and guardians should claim ABSTUDY now as it may help with the cost of school materials, school fees, boarding fees, and travel. 

ABSTUDY is a group of payments that can help students from secondary school right through to tertiary studies. There are ABSTUDY payments for parents whose children live at home as well as away from home. For more information, please click Here