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Teaching strategies for students with diverse learning needs

Inclusive practice and individual learning plans

Description:
Teachers are required to adapt plans constantly to cater for the individual needs to students in the class they are teaching. This is especially true for people working as a Casual Relief Teacher. In this 90-minute session, CRTs will enhance their ability to employ essential strategies for addressing the diverse learning needs of students. The presenter, will cover key topics including ... Details
When: April 24, 2024

Understanding different approaches to classroom management

Classroom and behaviour management,
Classroom management

Description:
Effective classroom management is vital for creating a conducive learning environment where students can thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. This course provides a comprehensive exploration of several approaches to classroom management, equipping Casual Relief Teachers with the knowledge and strategies needed to foster positive behaviors, engagement, and... Details
When: April 24, 2024

A walk through the VCAA F-10 curriculum website

Curriculum, literacy and numeracy

Description:
Underpinning the work done in classrooms is a comprehensive curriculum. Discover key features of the VCAA website, exploring the learning areas in Arts, English, Health & PE, Humanities, Languages, Maths, Science, and Technologies. Investigate how to navigate curriculum standards effectively and enhance teaching and learning experiences. This session will cover all levels from foundation to Year 10 ... Details
When: May 1, 2024

Understanding children's emotions in a ‘post-COVID’ world

Student wellbeing

Description:
COVID has produced many challenges for education communities.  There are still many lasting effects that are being dealt with both in and out of school. Schools have always been an environment that results in a varied range of social and emotional situations. This session will delve into the nuanced landscape of children's emotional experiences post-pandemic and gain insights into their unique needs. Participants... Details
When: May 1, 2024

Understanding and supporting students with dyslexia

Dyslexia

Description:
Students with dyslexia will encounter difficulties with reading and spelling, and left unsupported may struggle with reading comprehension and vocabulary development. This will impact on the student’s learning capability across all areas of the curriculum. Casual Relief Teachers can create a learning environment and use instructional practices that maximise the learning outcomes for all students, those with and without... Details
When: May 8, 2024

Managing movement, noise and collaboration

Classroom management,
Classroom and behaviour management

Description:
Classrooms range from very active and noisy to quiet and focussed. Each is apprioriate at different times and different circumstances. This course is designed to enable Casual Relief Teachers to manage movement in and around the classroom to promote an engaged learning environment. Through practical strategies, participants will learn how to minimise disruptions and foster ... Details
When: May 8, 2024

Understanding the impact of trauma on students

Trauma informed practice

Description:
The effects of trauma can show up in different, unexpected ways and sometimes at unusual times, and Casual Relief Teachers will encounter students in classrooms who have experienced trauma. Supporting children who have experienced trauma requires attention to the detail of decisions made in how to handle situations. In this 90 minute session the presenter will focus on supporting teachers to understand the... Details
When: May 15, 2024

Understanding anxiety in students

Student wellbeing

Description:
Navigating the complexities of student anxiety with confidence and compassion can be challening. Part of being an effective teacher is ensuring you can support student mental well-being. This session is designed to equip Casual Relief Teachers with vital insights and strategies to foster a supportive learning environment for all students. Gain a deeper understanding of anxiety triggers in students and explore... Details
When: May 15, 2024

Managing behaviour beyond the classroom

Classroom and behaviour management,
Managing individuals’ behaviour

Description:
This session empowers Casual Relief Teachers with strategies to cultivate a supportive learning environment within the classroom. Participants are equipped with practical techniques tailored for CRTs to effectively address disruptions and disengagement. This course focuses on enhancing teachers' communication skills to maintain a positive learning atmosphere,... Details
When: May 22, 2024

Working with neurodiverse children in a Kindergarten

EYLDF (and VEYLDF),
Early Childhood

Description:
When teachers focus on engaging inclusive teaching practices for neurodiverse students, it ensures that all students in the classes you are teaching can focus on reaching their learning goals. In this session, the presenter will share their knowledge, ideas, and experiences with some of the most common behaviours encountered in kindergartens and share engaging teaching techniques that you can... Details
When: May 29, 2024

Songs and stories to incorporate in your practice

Classroom and behaviour management

Description:
Using music and songs throughout the day is a great way to engage and involve children in a range of learning and fun. Music and storytelling can enhance group time, play, learning, social and emotional skills. In this session, the presenter will share a range of music, songs and stories that are used regularly and will outline how to incorporate music and storytelling across the day to enhance your ... Details
When: May 29, 2024

Assessment – understanding progression points

Assessment and Feedback

Description:
In this comprehensive 30-webinar course, Casual Relief Teachers will will explore the steps of assessment within the context of the Victorian Curriculum P-10, with a specific focus on understanding progression points. Designed for teachers seeking to enhance their assessment practices and align them with curriculum standards, this course offers invaluable insights and practical strategies. Led by experienced... Details
When: June 5, 2024

Writing student reports – handy tips and reminders

Assessment and Feedback

Description:
This 30-minute webinar course, "Writing Student Reports – Handy Tips and Reminders," is tailored to assist teachers in efficiently writing concise, accurate student reports, aligning with the Victorian Curriculum P-10 standards. Focused on economy, practicality, and efficiency, this course equips educators with essential strategies to streamline the report writing process. Led by our experienced presenter... Details
When: June 5, 2024

Working with First Nations students and their families

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander curriculum

Description:
Including Indigenous people's perspectives is an important way of promoting inclusive practices but is also a requirement within the national curriculum. This course emphasises building authentic, visible, and celebrated community links within educational settings. Participants will explore strategies to honor and integrate Koorie culture into curriculum design, teaching practices,... Details
When: June 12, 2024

Structuring a lesson to maintain engagement

Lesson structure

Description:
In this 60-minute webinar designed for Casual Relief Teachers, we'll present essential strategies for structuring lessons that maintain student engagement and ensure comprehensive understanding. Explore techniques to captivate diverse learners, employ interactive activities, and utilise technology effectively. Discover methods to foster active participation and gauge comprehension throughout the lesson. Enhance your... Details
When: June 12, 2024