The Bulletin 4 June 2020 Term 2 - Issue 6

Thursday, 4 June, 2020
Term: 
2
Issue: 
6

AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news and information

Latest AISWA News: 
Featured AISWA Professional Learning: 
DateEvent TitleCode
Jun 10 2020
Wandering Wednesday Webinar #1: bite-size HASS/Science PL
  • Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Science
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Jun 22 2020
Online Dance Network Meeting
  • The Arts
12646
Jun 24 2020
Online Drama Network Meeting
  • The Arts
12647
Jun 29 2020
Online Music Network Meeting
  • The Arts
12648

National ‘Wash Your Hands BIG Singalong Day’

Join in the fun for the Wash Your Hands BIG Singalong Day being held online next Wednesday 10 June at 11am!
This fantastic national initiative helps support the education of effective handwashing and hygiene protocols to young children in an engaging and FUN way to help reduce the risks of transmission of COVID-19 and help schools, early learning centres, households and the wider community stay healthy and safe, whilst supporting children’s charity Happy Healthy Kidz Australia.
Click Here to view a short video and be sure to register today.

Teaching Writing for all in Primary Education

Primary teachers are invited to participate in a Murdoch University research project aimed at broadening understandings about the teaching of writing in primary schools across Australia. Participation consists of completing a 15 minute anonymous web-based survey, and participants will have early access to research outputs. For further information click Here

Are you able to help?

Curtin is looking for 50 placements for their second year, K-6 Education students for a two week Practicum. They are looking for this to occur as soon as possible and the urgency around finding placements is because of the shifting nature around what has been possible for 2020, I’m sure we can all relate to that! The focus of this Practicum is on observation and small group work. If you have teachers who would be willing to act as a mentor teacher then please contact Megan Bankes either by email m.bankes@curtin.edu.au  or phone 9266 3405 by Wednesday 10 June, where a warm response awaits you.