AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news and information
The Children’s Book Council of Australia | 2018 Book of the Year Awards | Sunday, 27 May 2018
WA Awards Judges Ruth Campbell-Hicks and Anne Marie Strother will discuss the 2018 CBCA Book of the Year Awards Short List. This year they are trying something new! Why not catch up with friends in Leederville for a leisurely brunch before the Judges Talk, or have lunch afterwards to discuss the shortlisted books."
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Australian National Choral Association - Choralfest 2019
Choralfest 2019 Freo will be held in Fremantle WA, from 13-16 April 2019. Join them for a celebration of choral music which brings together some of Australia's finest choirs. Work with and learn from international and Australian conductors who are masters in their craft.
For more information please see the webite http://choralfest.org.au/
Kodály National Conference 2018 Perth
If you are a music teacher, music or education student, musician, conductor, singer, or enjoy learning music, this event is for you! Super Early Bird Discounts are available if you book and pay by 16 May! To find out more please visit http://kodalynationalconference.org.au/
Mental Health in Education Summit 2018
The Mental Health in Education Summit 2018 seeks to discuss how school communities can effectively identify and prevent risks of mental illness. Attendees will gain insight into building flexible and innovative wellbeing programs, protecting the mental health and wellbeing of teachers, and gaining community-wide buy-in for their mental health policies.
To find out more please visit http://www.konnectlearning.com.au/conferences/mental-health-education-summit-2018/ utm_source=email&utm_medium=acsso&utm_campaign=mental_health
Day for Daniel- 26th October 2018
Wear Red, Educate and Donate. Day for Daniel is Australia's largest child safety awareness and education day. Their goal is to make Australia a safe place for all children. Register your school, early childhood centre, business or event to participate and we will send you a resource kit!
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The Disaster Resilience Australia New Zealand Schools Education Network (DRANZSEN) | Tuesday, 5 June
Disaster Resilience Education (DRE) enables young people to build knowledge, skills and confidence to problem solve and take action before, during and after a disaster event. DRE supports the development of a culture of safety and preparedness that aims to protect communities and reduce vulnerability to the potentially devastating impact of a disaster.
To find our more please click on the flyer DRANZSEN WA Flyer