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  • linkLiteracy teaching strategies - (Highly Accomplished teachers)

    Literacy teaching strategies

    ...; oral language skills as a basis for literacy learning

  • link Supervising Preservice Teachers: Welcome

    ...ements The material can be accessed via AITSLs Learning Centre and registration is free to all Australian educators More information nbsp;httpwwwlearnaitsleduauspt

  • link Innovation Grants Project: Introduction

    ...ch projects focused on innovative professional learning and performance and development practices While the projects varied in focus, approach and outcome, there were commonalities in the conditions t...

  • linkHip hop dance - (Proficient teachers)

    Hip hop dance

    ...promotes technical skills and knowledge of the learning area by using Hip hop dance composition to attract and engage students, to challenge them technically and creatively, and to connect to communit...

  • linkStudent engagement - (Proficient teachers)

    Student engagement

    ...portance of catering for the diverse needs and learning needs of students from a transient remote community in South Australia The teacher modifies tasks to allow students with English as an additiona...

  • link Local Leadership

    ...e, and introduces AITSLs Flagship Professional Learning Program Local Leadership Local Leadership is designed to support principals who are participating in the Empowering Local Schools Initiative

  • link Charter - Fact sheet

    ...Charter outlines the importance of professional learning; the qualities of a professional learning culture; the characteristics of effective professional learning and the shared commitment and r...

  • link The Charter Fact Sheet

    ...Charter outlines the importance of professional learning; the qualities of a professional learning culture; the characteristics of effective professional learning and the shared commitment and r...

  • link Summary - Sandon Public School

    ...d 20% student transience. The annual professional learning program for staf is closely aligned to school targets and also to recommendations of an external school review, held in 2011. As a result o...

  • link Summary - Sandon Public School

    ...d 20% student transience. The annual professional learning program for staf is closely aligned to school targets and also to recommendations of an external school review, held in 2011. As a result o...

  • link Sydney Hub Explorations

    ...ed to enable heightened engagement and improved learning outcomes? Connected How can community and learning environments make student learning authentic? How do we better engage students so that t...

  • link Standards Quick Reference Guide

    ... the characteristics of efective professional learning. This edition, drawn from research and based on evidence-based practice, describes a set of expectations for efective professional le...

  • linkReal-life business - (Proficient teachers)

    Real-life business

    ...teacher uses a range of strategies to suit the learning needs of her students Within a unit on Operations Management, the teacher has previously taken students to a local supermarket to connect their ...

  • linkEvaluating personal teaching - (Proficient teachers)

    Evaluating personal teaching

    ...el, adjusting approaches within and across the learning sequence At year 11, this has led her to change her traditional approach to teaching a literary text to a performancebased approach Her colleagu...

  • linkMusic theory - (Graduate teachers)

    Music theory

    ...dying at level 3 and 4 she explains and sets a learning task building on previously studied music theory With students at level 5, she sets an independent grouplearning task In organising and deliveri...

  • link Charter stimulus cards

     Evaluating professional learning: what makes a difference? 1. How do you know what impact professional learning may be having on students? 2. What does “effect size” of professional learning ...

  • link Charter stimulus cards

     Evaluating professional learning: what makes a difference? 1. How do you know what impact professional learning may be having on students? 2. What does “effect size” of professional learning ...

  • link Melbourne Hub Explorations

    ... after home and school. How can more stimulating learning environments be created with a wider, diverse range of stakeholders? How can collaborators best manage personal vs practical and relations...

  • link REFA

    ...ining session with network staff about the online learning platform. • Provided online support to staff and principals to use the network. • Involved participants in an online survey following t...

  • link Charter stimulus cards support guide

     Evaluating professional learning: what makes a difference? 1. How do you know what impact professional learning may be having on students? 2. What does “effect size” of professional learning ...