The Bulletin 23 June 2022 Term 2 - Issue 10

Thursday, 23 June, 2022
Term
2
Issue
10

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

Featured AISWA Professional Learning
Date Event Title Code
Jul 11 2022
Leading ICT integration masterclass
  • ICT Skills and Integration
  • Leadership
  • STEM
  • Technologies
  • Part 1 11th Jul 2022
  • Part 2 12th Jul 2022
13499
Jul 13 2022
Programming and Assessment, English, Using Backward Design
  • English
13443
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
13475
Jul 14 2022
Dealing with Maths Difficulties in Kindy and Pre - Primary (HALF DAY)
  • Numeracy
13497
Jul 27 2022
Coding in Minecraft
  • ICT Skills and Integration
13520
Jul 27 2022
Supporting EAL/D Learners in the Classroom (Term 3)
  • EAL/D
  • Inclusive Education
  • Literacy
13352
Jul 27 2022
Enrolling Students with a Background Other Than English
  • Administration
  • EAL/D
  • Inclusive Education
  • Literacy
13353
Aug 3 2022
Secondary English Network Day
  • Literacy
13317
Aug 26 2022
English Literature Network Day
  • Literacy
13324
Sep 6 2022
Mathematics: Educational Assistants working in PP to Year 4
  • Numeracy
13467
Sep 6 2022
Sharp Reading: Guided Reading for Decoding
  • Literacy
13505
Sep 8 2022
Sharp Reading: Guided Reading for Comprehension
  • Literacy
13504
Sep 9 2022
General and Foundation English Network Day
  • Literacy
13321
Sep 12 2022
Sharp Reading: Struggling Older Readers
  • Literacy
13509
Sep 13 2022
Sharp Reading: Comprehension and Critical Thinking (Prerequisite: Comprehension Strategy Instruction Stage 3)
  • Literacy
13510
Sep 14 2022
Sharp Reading: Comprehension Strategy Instruction - Secondary
  • Literacy
13511

CONSTAWA 40 is Open for Registration

The Primary and Secondary Science Teachers Conference (CONSTAWA) is happening on Wednesday, 13 July 2022.
CONSTAWA is proudly supported by Willetton SHS with pre-conference organisation and on-the-day support from the Science faculty. Take advantage of this opportunity, particularly if you are a regional or remote teacher. Being in the holidays your school is relieved of the issues of finding and funding a teacher replacement and you have greater flexibility in choosing your arrival and departure dates. Register Here

The NCU Copyright Hour: Short Lunchtime School Webinar Series

In Term 3 2022, the National Copyright Unit (NCU) will be running The NCU Copyright Hour, a series of free short webinars for school educators, librarians and administrators on specific copyright topics. These free one-hour lunchtime sessions will run 12-1pm AEST and will be conducted via Zoom. Please more information please click Here 

Development and Enhancement Programme for high-school teachers of mathematics, physics, and statistics

This one-day programme is hosted by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of the University of Western Australia and is tailor-made to equip participants with professional development support and skills enhancement. The PL will run on the 4th of July 2022. Register Here

UWA Micro credential courses on Teaching Einsteinian Physics

Upon completion, you will get 3 Credit points which will contribute to your future degrees 
The first online micro-credential courses on teaching Einsteinian physics to primary and secondary school students will start on 25 July 2022. Teachers will learn modern concepts of space and time, gravity, energy and light through simple fun activities that use toys and models to uncover the basic ideas. They will become proficient with a broad range of classroom activities, and become confident about using them in their classrooms.
Teachers do not need a science degree to discover our best understanding of the universe.
The Einstein-First team would like to invite principals to support their teachers with the fees for this very valuable professional learning experience that will inspire them to make their teaching more fun and engaging for their students.
For more information, please click on the following links: Micro-credential course for primary school teachers
Micro-credential course for secondary school teachers
For any inquiries, please contact Jyoti Kaur at Tejinder.kaur@uwa.edu.au

Success in schooling – Measuring capabilities

School teams are invited to attend this exciting two-day Masterclass on September 1 & 2 led by Prof. Sandra Milligan and Dr. Jayne Johnston from the Assessment Research Centre at the University of Melbourne. For more information and to express interest, click Here