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CRT2130 Getting boys on track for learning not disruption
It is true of many classrooms that boys disrupt the learning of other students through inappropriate behaviour. It is important for all students in the classroom that this behaviour is stopped and that the students involved learn how to express and act in a group learning environment. We cannot accept that this is just 'boys being boys'. In this session a teacher with experience in a boys school will share his experience of what has worked well in stopping the disruptive behaviour... Details
When: October 20, 2021
CRT2108 Using the Uluru statement from the heart
In 2017, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders gathered at Uluru on the lands of the Anangu people. Their deliberations led to the Uluru Statement from the Heart which called for a ‘First Nations Voice’ in the Australian Constitution and a ‘Makarrata Commission’ between governments and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Teachers across Australia can play an important role in leading students and children toward understanding the Uluru Statement. This session aims... Details
When: October 20, 2021
CRT2119 Hit #8 Teacher and Student Feedback
Feedback is critical to the teaching and learning process. It is recognised in the DET High Impact Teaching Strategies (HITS). There are two essential feedback channels, from teacher to student and from student to teacher. In this session both feedback channels will be considered but greater emphasis will be given to student to teacher feedback. This is a growing area for education research leading to change in teaching practice. When students give teachers feedback they are telling... Details
When: October 20, 2021
CRTM2152 Teach Meet Three - Positive interactions
Teach Meets are opportunities for teachers to collaborate and share their practice and resources with colleagues. At their best they promote high quality teaching practice, reduce workload for all teachers and support teachers to be innovative in their teaching. In this session the focus is the successful strategies that you have used in your communication with schools. The communication might be about how to get work in schools, how to improve school communication with you as a CRT... Details
When: October 26, 2021