The Bulletin 4 August 2016 Term 3 - Issue 3

Thursday, 4 August, 2016

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

Featured AISWA Professional Learning

2016 Excellence in Classroom Teaching Conference

Registrations are now open for Guildford Grammar School's second Excellence in Classroom Teaching Conference, for primary and secondary school teachers in Perth. Last year's conference was a great success, attended by over 100 primary and secondary school teachers from across the state.

When: 17th September 2016
Where: Guildford Grammar School - Terrace Road, Guildford
For more infortaion on registering for this event please (Link Expired)

Introducing the Good Education Group

The Good Education Group is a leading independent provider of high-quality resources that allow students, parents and advisers to make informed decisions about education and career pathways.

In addition to the ongoing publication of our existing K–12 and tertiary guides, including The Good Schools Guide, The Good Universities Guide and a staple of other resources, the Good Education Group is excited to announce the launch of its newest publication, The Good Careers Guide. The Guide was officially launched on 10 May at a stakeholder event at the Melbourne Museum, where members from government, the education sector and industry associations were present.

The Good Careers Guide is a substitute resource for Job Guide, a career exploration tool that ceased publication in March 2015. Produced and printed in Australia, the publication offers detailed analysis of a broad spectrum of occupations and the skills and qualifications necessary to pursue them. The Guide will be a key resource for schools, where it will be used in class as well as during one-on-one counselling sessions. The Guide has been published as a print publication, as well as a free digital e-book and website. Please visit the website for more information.

STEM In The Valley

The STEM in the Valley Challenge Day is an opportunity to showcase your student's work, and for them to participate in hands on, minds on challenges. If you would like your school or college to be involved in the challenge, please complete the Expression of Interest here and Mr Aedan Lennon, Head of Learning Science, will be in touch with more information shortly.