The Bulletin 4 July 2019 Term 2 - Issue 10

Thursday, 4 July, 2019
Term: 
2
Issue: 
10

AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news and information

Latest AISWA News: 
Featured AISWA Professional Learning: 
DateEvent TitleCode
Jul 16 2019
Programming and Assessment with the WA Curriculum, English
  • English
12274
Jul 18 2019
Scaffolding Adolescent Literacy
  • Literacy
12275
Jul 25 2019
South West Schools Inclusive Education and School Psychologists Network Meeting
  • Inclusive Education
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
12309
Jul 29 2019
Sharp Reading: Decoding Strategy Instruction
  • Literacy
12248
Jul 30 2019
Sharp Reading Comprehension Strategy Instruction
  • Literacy
12249
Jul 30 2019
Enrolling Students with a Background Other Than English
  • Administration
  • EAL/D
12139
Aug 1 2019
Supporting EAL/D Learners in the Primary Classroom
  • EAL/D
  • Inclusive Education
  • Languages
  • Literacy
12244
Aug 2 2019
Sharp Reading: Struggling Older Readers
  • Literacy
12251
Aug 3 2019
The Aspiring Women Leaders Conference 2019
  • Leadership
12167
Aug 5 2019
Secondary English Networking Day (English and Literature ATAR)
  • English
12229
Aug 7 2019
Youth Mental Health First Aid
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
  • Part 1 7th Aug 2019
  • Part 2 14th Aug 2019
12226
Aug 12 2019
CANCELLED - Facing up to Fractions: Using Tasks to Assess Knowledge and Understanding
  • Numeracy
  • Part 1 12th Aug 2019
  • Part 2 13th Aug 2019
12173
Aug 19 2019
Secondary Curriculum Leaders Network meeting
  • Leadership
12305
Aug 20 2019
Secondary English Literature Networking Day (Years 11 and 12 ATAR)
  • English
12189

Australian Olympic Change-Maker | Nominations Now Open | Closing Friday 23 August 2019

The Australian Olympic Change-Maker program recognises and rewards students who are demonstrating the Olympic spirit through leadership and driving positive change in their communities. The new program, which has evolved from the former Pierre de Coubertin Award, encapsulates leadership and what it means to have a positive effect on communities. Your school is encouraged to identify up to two students (total) from years 10 – 12 whose attributes and actions best demonstrate leadership and making change in the community.
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