The Bulletin 5 September 2019 Term 3 - Issue 8

Thursday, 5 September, 2019
Term: 
3
Issue: 
8

AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news and information

Latest AISWA News: 
Featured AISWA Professional Learning: 
DateEvent TitleCode
Jun 12 2019
Rich Language Tasks in Early Childhood Years
  • Languages
  • Part 1 12th Jun 2019
  • Part 2 11th Sep 2019
12273
Sep 13 2019
Creating Rich Tasks in Languages
  • Languages
12341
Sep 16 2019
Staff Code of Conduct
  • Inclusive Education
12001
Sep 17 2019
Primary Arts Network Meeting
  • The Arts
12327
Sep 18 2019
AISWA HoD Maths Network Meeting - TERM 3
  • Mathematics
12078
Sep 18 2019
IE Networking Session - Term 3 - Free Session
  • Inclusive Education
12114
Sep 23 2019
OS&H Representative 5 Day Course
  • Administration
  • Part 1 23rd Sep 2019
  • Part 2 24th Sep 2019
  • Part 3 25th Sep 2019
  • Part 4 26th Sep 2019
  • Part 5 27th Sep 2019
12324
Sep 23 2019
Secondary Students with Diverse needs: Considerations for Transition from School to Adult Life
  • Inclusive Education
12084
Sep 23 2019
Students with Diverse Needs: Transition into Middle School
  • Inclusive Education
12083
Oct 3 2019
Programming and Assessment with the WA Curriculum, English
  • English
12368
Oct 10 2019
PEEL REGION TEACHERS:Mathematics: Effective Differentiation and Assessment - Engaging Students in Early Number and Place Value
  • Mathematics
  • Numeracy
12355
Oct 16 2019
South West Schools Inclusive Education and School Psychologists Network Meeting: Free Event
  • Inclusive Education
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
12372
Oct 21 2019
What's new in Microsoft - Term 4
  • ICT Skills and Integration
12360
Oct 23 2019
Sharp Reading: Decoding Strategy Instruction
  • Literacy
12365
Oct 23 2019
Masters of Educational Leadership Information Session
  • Leadership
12351
Oct 24 2019
Sharp Reading Comprehension Strategy Instruction
  • Literacy
12366
Oct 30 2019
Introduction to Programming Using Python
  • ICT Skills and Integration
  • Technologies
12361
Oct 31 2019
Secondary English Networking Day (English and Literature ATAR)
  • English
12206
Nov 4 2019
Youth Mental Health First Aid
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
  • Part 1 4th Nov 2019
  • Part 2 11th Nov 2019
12227
Nov 7 2019
Adolescent Engagement and Success
  • Literacy
12367
Nov 11 2019
AISWA HoD Maths Network Meeting - TERM 4
  • Mathematics
12079
Nov 15 2019
Registration Seminar
  • Governance
  • Leadership
12317
Jan 20 2020
Masters of Educational Leadership
  • Leadership
  • Part 1 20th Jan 2020
  • Part 2 21st Jan 2020
  • Part 3 22nd Jan 2020
  • Part 4 23rd Jan 2020
12352

Kate Mullin Award 2019

The Kate Mullin Award aims to recognise and celebrate educators from any of the three WA school sectors of education, who demonstrate excellence in the teaching of English to Aboriginal students whose first language may be Aboriginal English, an Aboriginal Language or a creole such as the Kimberley Kriol. The educator can self-nominate or be nominated by a line-manager, colleague, student or community member.
For more information please click Here

NT Learning Adventures

The Northern Territory is full of inspiring educational destinations and experiences, perfect for school camps. Bring your students on a fascinating discovery of ancient geology, rich Aboriginal culture and important historic events. Tourism NT have packaged NT Learning Adventures - a collection of relevant school excursion experiences in the Northern Territory, which are aligned with the Australian curriculum, meeting cross curriculum priorities and/or general capabilities, along with support services and accommodations.
Tourism NT understands that cost is a major factor when planning an excursion for your students. Tourism NT have put together the Save and Learn in the NT program, for which eligible schools can apply for $1000 to go towards their school trip. See www.ntlearningadventures.com or contact education.tourismnt@nt.gov.au for more information.

Helping Young Australians Participate in STEM

Schools and community groups can apply for grants from $1,000 to $20,000 to sponsor eligible Australian students under the age of 18 to attend or participate in STEM related events, activities and competitions in Australia and overseas. For more information please click Here