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The Bulletin 30 November 2023 Term 4 - Issue 9

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AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news, and information

Featured AISWA Professional Learning

Department of Industry, Science and Resources - 2024 Sponsorship Grants for Student Science Engagement and International Competitions  

Calling all primary and secondary students to seize this opportunity! Click Here to be directed to your Forecast Opportunity (FO) Notification Page where you will find a list of FO's that match your notification profile (please note you must be logged in to GrantConnect to access this page).

Sextortion safety information from the Australian Federal Police

Sextortion is a form of online blackmail where someone tricks or coerces you into sending sexual images of yourself and then threatens to share the images unless you comply with their demands. The ACCCE is receiving around 300 reports of financial sextortion per month, with the majority of reports involving 13-17-year-olds. There are serious safety concerns for victims, with instances of self-harm attributed to this crime. For more information, please click Here 

2024 NAPLAN Writing Markers 

NAPLAN 2024 will again take place in Term 1 (13–25 March 2024). The School Curriculum and Standards Authority is seeking applications from new and experienced markers to join the NAPLAN writing marking team. Marking will take place from 19 March to 20 April (expected finish date) with a break over the Easter long weekend and with flexibility for marking over the school holidays. For more information, please click Here

Year 11 Mathematics Methods

This PL by Notre Dame School of Education is suitable for current Maths Methods teachers, teachers who are interested in teaching Y11 Maths Methods, and those who want to know more about the Y11 course. The content that will be presented includes: Functions & Graphs, Counting Techniques & Probability, Sequences & Series, Index Laws, and many more. If you're interested, please contact Dr Gregory Hine at (08) 9433 0152 or email gregory.hine@nd.edu.au.  For more information, please click  Here