The Bulletin 6 May 2021 Term 2 - Issue 4

Thursday, 6 May, 2021
Term: 
2
Issue: 
4

AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news and information

Latest AISWA News: 
Featured AISWA Professional Learning: 
DateEvent TitleCode
Apr 29 2021
2021 Women in Leadership Network Movie Night - Postponed
  • Leadership
13023
May 14 2021
Computers for beginners: First steps in ICT integration
  • ICT Skills and Integration
13036
May 20 2021
Youth Mental Health First Aid
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
  • Part 1 20th May 2021
  • Part 2 27th May 2021
12927
Jun 8 2021
Journeys of Inquiry: Getting Started with Inquiry Pedagogies in Early Childhood (REPEAT)
  • Early Childhood
  • Part 1 8th Jun 2021
  • Part 2 10th Aug 2021
13042
Jul 15 2021
AISWA's One Day Maths Conference Making the Most of Maths Lessons: Six Key Ideas (Repeat)
  • Mathematics
  • Numeracy
13041
Jul 26 2021
2021 Join the Women in Educational Leadership Network
  • Leadership
12846

Open Galleries Professional Learning |Thurs 20 May | 4.00 - 6.30 pm

The Literature Centre invites all teachers and teacher librarians to the restored Centre to meet the team, see a Literature Workshop demonstration, and view the Term 2 picture book exhibition. Find all the details and how to register Here 

Upcoming myfuture events

To assist students in their career development, myfuture provides resources to explore career pathways and tools to develop self-knowledge to help with career decision-making. For more information on all the upcoming webinars, please click Here

School Curriculum and Standards Authority’s Consultation on ACARA’s Review of the F–10 Australian Curriculum

The Authority are conducting consultation workshops throughout May, to gather feedback on ACARA’s proposed revisions to the F–10 Australian Curriculum. This feedback is critical to ensure that the views of Western Australian (WA) teachers, academics, and professional associations are represented in the jurisdictional response that will be submitted to ACARA. The SCSA Consultation Website includes links to all draft consultation documents and a WA survey. Teachers who are unable to attend a consultation workshop, are encouraged to review ACARA’s proposed revisions and provide feedback using the WA consultation survey. Please note: Whilst ACARA are reviewing the F–10 Australian Curriculum, all WA teachers and schools must continue to teach, assess and report on the Western Australian curriculum as published in the Western Australian Curriculum and Assessment Outline.

 

Pedestrian Council of Australia | WSTSD 2021

On Friday 14 May, children from across Western Australia will put their feet first, and journey towards a healthier future by participating in the 22nd National Walk Safely to School Day. 
The annual event raises awareness of the health, road safety, transport, and environmental benefits that regular walking (especially to and from school) can provide for the long term wellbeing of our children.  Apart from the physical benefits, regular walking also has a favorable impact on their cognitive and academic performance. For more information, please click Here 

AISWA's One Day Maths Conference Making the Most of Maths Lessons: Six Key Ideas (Repeat) |Thursday 15 July 2021

Presenters:
Dr. Paul Swan, Sheila Griffin & David Dunstan
KEYNOTE: DR PAUL SWAN
MAKING THE MOST OF MATHS LESSONS:
SIX KEY IDEAS

• Problem Solving: Connecting the Four Proficiencies (3-8} - Dr Paul Swan
• Developing Maths Connections with Children's Literature (P-2} - Sheila Griffin
• Making Connections with Maths Number Talks (P-6) - Sheila Griffin
• Great Maths Tasks to Develop Reasoning (P-8) - David Dunstan
• Fostering Fluency and Engagement with Card Games (3-8} - David Dunstan
• Dealing with Differentiation (P-4) - Dr. Paul Swan
For more information and to register for this event, please click Here

Brightpath Professional Learning

Brightpath continues to offer Professional learning to support teachers and schools. For details of upcoming sessions, please click Here

Australian Olympic Change-Maker for Secondary Schools

The Australian Olympic Change-Maker (OCM) program recognises and rewards students who are living the Olympic spirit through leadership and powering positive change in their communities. Nominations are open to all Australian secondary schools and they invite your school to nominate up to two students per school from years 10-12 who are creating positive change. For more information please click Here

Advertisement for Principal at Orana Steiner School (ACT)

The Canberra Rudolf Steiner School (Orana Steiner School) seeks to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced educational leader to be the School’s next Principal. The Principal will take up the position from Monday 10 January 2022. For more information please click Here

Einstein First Project – Black Hole Workshop for Students

The Einstein-First Project teaches the fundamental concepts of modern physics to school students and works to improve STEM involvement in the classroom. The organisation is running a four-day black holes workshop with Year 7 and Year 8 students at UWA commencing 13th May. Follow this link for further information and registrations.