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WA Curriculum - What does it look like in the classroom?

Thursday, 06 July 2017


The Home Economics Institute Australia, Western Australia Branch (HEIAWA) is pleased to provide a workshop for those who teach Food, Textiles and/or Childcare in years 7 -10. This professional learning session will assist participants develop their understanding of the Technologies syllabus content in the WA curriculum, looking specifically at course standards and assessment task design.

Hosted by ECU`s School of Education, the focus of this workshop will be on developing a shared understanding of the Technologies curriculum, due for implementation and reporting on in Semester 1, 2018. Presenters will explain the syllabus content, and look at how to modify and improve the design of different task types (and marking keys) to meet the curriculum changes.

Event details

Presenters: Ellen Morrow, Sandy Menagh and Lyn Dymond
Date: Friday, 14 July, 2017 (Last Friday of the holidays to allow for those teaching in the country)
Time: 9.15am - 12.00pm (with registration at 9.00am)
Venue: Edith Cowan University, Mount Lawley Campus, Building 3, Room 3.101
Cost: Members and students $10.00 and Non Members $30.00
Register: Bookings close Wednesday, 12 July, 2017. To register please visit the TryBooking website.

Attendees are requested to bring (for a unit they currently teach):

  • A unit outline
  • An assessment outline
  • A design brief /assessment task you enjoy teaching

Parking is available in the green visitor’s parking bays.


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