FTP Mentor Briefing Session – 18 October, 2012
As part of our ongoing commitment to supporting schools in their participation of our programs, a briefing session will be held on Thursday 18 October 2012 at the Mount Lawley Campus. It is recommended that Mentor Teachers and new University Colleagues attend the briefing session which will clarify the FTP Guidelines and answer queries surrounding the professional practice.
For further information or to register, please contact Ruth Norris.
'Promoting Resilience in the Classroom in an Everyday Way' – 22 August, 2012
We were pleased to announce this professional development opportunity at Hillarys Yacht Club with School of Education lecturer Helen Egeberg. This presentation took the latest resilience research and applied it to everyday processes in the classroom. Questions asked included: “How do you build resilience in the morning?” and “What does resilience look like when you are disciplining a student?”. Through this, professional development attendees gathered memorable, practical, and easy to implement tips to enhance the resilience of students.
ATP Mentor Briefing Session – 30 April and 3 May, 2012
The information used in this PowerPoint is taken from the work of Peter and Susan Hudson and their colleagues which was created as part of the Teacher Education Done Differently (TEDD) project which was funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR).
University Colleague Professional Development – 15 March, 2012
Below are some useful resources as discussed on this day:
- Sue Drpich accessed her information regarding implementation of the Australian Curriculum from the Department of Education website, visit their Curriculum Support web page for the full version of these PowerPoint presentations.
- ACARA provides information regarding the Australian Curriculum.
- Anne Barone’s PowerPoint presentation 'UC PD Presentation for Publication' included information on feedback and reflecting on practice.
- Mentoring PD for your reference
- Janeen Thomsett’s PowerPoint presentation entitled 'Having the Hard Conversation' was found very useful by many university colleagues. Much of the information was accessed from Australian Growth Coaching.