The Bulletin 29 April 2021 Term 2 - Issue 3

Thursday, 29 April, 2021

AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news and information

Latest AISWA News: 
Featured AISWA Professional Learning: 
DateEvent TitleCode
Apr 29 2021
2021 Women in Leadership Network Movie Night - Postponed
  • Leadership
May 6 2021
Data governance: securing critical workflows, visibility and interoperability within school IT systems
  • ICT Skills and Integration
  • IT/Network Administration
  • Leadership
May 14 2021
Computers for beginners: First steps in ICT integration
  • ICT Skills and Integration
May 20 2021
Youth Mental Health First Aid
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
  • Part 1 20th May 2021
  • Part 2 27th May 2021
Jun 14 2021
Nature Pedagogy and Practice - Building Botanical Literacy Through Nature Journaling
  • Early Childhood
Jul 15 2021
AISWA's One Day Maths Conference Making the Most of Maths Lessons: Six Key Ideas (Repeat)
  • Mathematics
  • Numeracy
Jul 26 2021
2021 Join the Women in Educational Leadership Network
  • Leadership

Nature Pedagogy and Practice - Building Botanical Literacy Through Nature Journaling

AISWA would like to invite you and your staff to a planned Nature Pedagogy South West Network Meeting and professional learning opportunity. During this full day workshop, participants will explore nature journaling as a way to build botanic literacy in ourselves and in the children we teach.  Connection to nature is important, especially as we venture beyond the walls of our classrooms. Whether we are situating our play and learning in a nature playground, or a bush, beach, or river area, it becomes important to acquire an understanding of our natural environment. For more information and to register for this workshop please click Here

The Australian Youth Representative to the United Nations Program

The Australian Youth Representative to the UN is the only role of its kind in Australia. It is annually appointed by UN Youth Australia in partnership with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). Since 1999, the Youth Representative has been tasked with representing the views of young Australians both domestically and abroad as well as leading the largest annual face-to-face consultation of young people in the country. Each year, the Youth Representative leads an extensive, nationwide consultative tour to engage with and discover the issues that are most important to young Australians. Known as the ‘Listening Tour’, this 6-month journey typically sees the Youth Representative travel to every State and Territory, engaging with young people in urban, regional, and rural areas. For more information please click Here

2021 Celebrate Reading National Conference

The Literature Centre has extended the  Conference scholarship deadline to  Monday 3 May. A revised flyer for the scholarship can now be found  Here 
The conference will be held from Friday 29 to Saturday 30 October.