AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news and information
Apr 9 2018
Apr 18 2018
|Developing your Portfolio of Evidence for Full Registration
Apr 18 2018
|Leading with Calmness, Clarity and Focus
Apr 20 2018
|Programming and Assessment with the WA Curriculum, English 1400
Apr 20 2018
|HALT Certification Portfolio Development Session
Apr 23 2018
|Sharp Reading: ADVANCED Comprehension (Prerequisite: Comprehension Strategy Instruction)
Apr 24 2018
|Sharp Reading: Struggling Older Readers
Jun 18 2018
|Taxation and Payroll Seminar
Sir John Jones Seminar | Thursday 5 April, 2018
Spots filling fast, don’t miss your chance to hear from highly sought after and world-renowned speaker, Sir John Jones!
In this full day workshop at the Scarborough Rendezvous Hotel, he will explore a ground-breaking set of forward thinking methodologies.
These will include:
- An in depth analysis of the current changing world
- The demands such ongoing global adjustments will result in
- The impact they will have in the greater scheme of things for young people’s learning
For more information and to register please click HERE
Speak Up Awards Reminder 2018 | Entry form submission by Friday 4 May.
The Speak Up Award, an interschool public speaking competition for Years 4, 5 and 6 students sponsored by the Grand Lodge of WA Freemasons, is on again this year. Please find attached a reminder letter for Speak Up Award
For more information Please click here
International Education Update: International Student Survey (ISS) 2018 – Australian Schools Sector
CRICOS registered schools are encouraged, to participate in the International Student Survey 2018 during Term 2. Please note that survey completion will require, input from international students. For more information, please refer to the following letter Principal Invitation Letter_sample.pdf
The West Australian Association of Teacher Assistants (WAARA)
WAATA is a not for profit association of education assistants, who are currently employed in government and non-government schools throughout WA. They provide regular professional learning opportunities, specifically targeted for EA’s which enable them to increase their skill set, professionalism and contribution to the daily learning experiences of their students.
For more information please click on the flyer WAATA FLYER.pdf