AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news, and information.
AHISA School IT Management Systems Webinar – Wednesday, 1 December
AHISA has invited three providers to present their product/s in a webinar to be held on Wednesday, 1 December, 10.00-11.30 am (WST). The webinar will include time for Q&A.
Please note that this webinar has been arranged to meet a perceived member need and does not denote endorsement by AHISA of any particular provider. The time constraints will limit presentations to broad overviews of the platforms but contact details will be provided for schools to follow up individually. For more information and to register your attendance, visit the AHISA website by clicking Here
The Learning Blueprint
How might current scientific understandings of how learning takes place inform the design of effective teaching and learning?
In 2022, AISWA presents the Learning Blueprint. This project provides schools with an opportunity to connect with the latest, powerful research in how we best learn that will assist teachers and leaders to amplify learning in their schools. Throughout the project, schools will be inspired to reflect on current practice and explore next steps armed with new insights about learning. For more information, please click Here
WorkSafe Project – Schools
The WorkSafe Service Industries and Specialists Directorate of the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety will continue proactive inspections in schools, on occupational safety and health in Primary, Secondary and Education Support Centres in 2021-22 as the COVID-19 pandemic restricted the number of planned inspections completed last financial year. The project is designed to assist employers in the Education industry to meet their occupational safety and health duties by providing information and ensuring employers understand their obligations under occupational safety and health legislation. Workplaces in the metropolitan and the regional areas will be randomly selected for inspection. Emphasis will be placed on WorkSafe’s priority areas, industry specific hazards, Occupational Violence and Aggression, Design & Technology Learning areas, with a view to reducing injuries and diseases.
Further information can be accessed at: Here