The Bulletin 27 July 2017 Term 3 - Issue 3

Thursday, 27 July, 2017
Term: 
3
Issue: 
3

 

AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news and information

Latest AISWA News: 
Featured AISWA Professional Learning: 
DateEvent TitleCode
Sep 26 2017
Programming and Assessment with the WA Curriculum English/Literacy
  • English
  • Literacy
11019
Aug 23 2017
Youth Mental Health First Aid
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
  • Part 1 23rd Aug 2017
  • Part 2 30th Aug 2017
11060
Sep 7 2017
Sharp Reading: Advanced Comprehension Stages 3 Review and 4-6
  • Literacy
11068
Sep 8 2017
Sharp Reading: Struggling Older Readers (SOR) and SevenPlus
  • Literacy
11069
Sep 14 2017
Aussie Optimism: Positive Thinking Skills (Year 4)
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
11078
Aug 28 2017
Classroom Observations & Collegial Coaching
  • Leadership
  • Part 1 28th Aug 2017
  • Part 2 29th Aug 2017
11162
Sep 4 2017
Hard Conversations Unpacked
  • Leadership
11264
Sep 5 2017
Being Generationally Savvy: Working Effectively with all Generations
  • Leadership
11265
Sep 6 2017
Emotional Intelligence, Resiliency, Optimism - A Closer Look at Social and Psychological Leadership Practices
  • Leadership
11266
Aug 19 2017
The Aspiring Women Leaders Conference 2017
  • Leadership
  • Part 1 19th Aug 2017
  • Part 2 20th Aug 2017
11348
Aug 22 2017
Embodied Literacy – Using Drama to support literacy learning
  • Literacy
  • The Arts
11366
Aug 21 2017
Algorithms and Visual Programming Playdate Years 3-6 (CSER)
  • ICT Skills and Integration
  • Technologies
11385
Aug 1 2017
Digital Technologies in Action
  • ICT Skills and Integration
11389
Sep 4 2017
Sharp Reading: Comprehension Strategy Instruction - Albany
  • Literacy
  • Part 1 4th Sep 2017
  • Part 2 17th Oct 2017
11393
Sep 6 2017
Sharp Reading: Decoding Strategy Instruction - Albany
  • Literacy
  • Part 1 6th Sep 2017
  • Part 2 17th Oct 2017
11394
Aug 8 2017
Sharp Reading: Struggling Older Readers (SOR) - Geraldton Grammar School
  • Literacy
11432
Aug 28 2017
Secondary English Professional Learning – Visual Literacy and Narrative Writing
  • English
  • Literacy
11445

THE ASPIRING WOMEN LEADERS CONFERENCE 2017 | Registrations close Friday 28th July

This conference programme is specifically designed to support women aspirant leaders and is aimed at women who wish to make the next step in their careers.  The conference includes a range of inspirational guest speakers, workshops to develop participant knowledge and skills, and several networking opportunities.

For more information and to Register please click on the link https://www.ais.wa.edu.au/event/aspiring-women-leaders-conference-2017

2017 MENTAL HEALTH ASSESSMENT & SUICIDE PREVENTION COMBINED WORKSHOP | Presenter Dr Tracy Westermen.

Dr Tracy Westerman is of the Njamal people near Port Hedland, WA and holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology, a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology and Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology). She is a recognised leader in the Aboriginal mental health and suicide prevention fields, achieving national and international recognition for her innovative and evidence based approaches to these challenging areas.  

For more information about the workshop Click here

32nd ANNUAL WAIER RESEACH FORUM FLYER | Saturday 5th August at Tannock Hall.

Much has been written and discussed about the impact of educational research.Teachers and educators are exhorted to use evidence based teaching practices.But what are the impacts of such research and for whom, and by whom? Forum 2017 will explore these issues in a panel consisting of stakeholders in the field of education.

For more information please Click here

UNDERSTANDING COPYRIGHT: MAKING IT WORK FOR YOU | PERTH | Tuesday 15th August.

The Australian Copyright Council’s Understanding Copyright Seminars will dispel uncertainty around copyright liabilities, and enable you to understand how to make copyright work for you.  

For more information please Click here

SCIENCE EDUCATION SEMINAR 

The Graduate School of Education, UWA, is hosting two visiting international Science educators who will present seminars on the 15th of August 

Seminar 1: How can we get more students to study STEM subjects once they are no longer compulsory?

Professor Michael Reiss, University College London

Seminar 2: Teaching higher order thinking to low achieving students: do they make a marriage?

Professor Anat Zohar, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

For more information please Click here