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Teaching Strategies

With the expectation of Digital Technologies being taught in all classrooms in 2020, it is important to have some tools in your toolbox to support this.
In this webinar, Toni will explore the question… How might digital technologies supersize our current teaching and learning programme?
This is part 1 of a 2 part series. This part will look at the first strand of the Digital Technologies curriculum: Progress outcome “Computational thinking”.
We will explore ways to integrate this strand into literacy, numeracy and almost every other curriculum areas as well as how digital technologies aligns with the key competencies. This webinar is designed to be as relevant and practical as possible with the aim for you to come away with a range of ideas and strategies to integrate digital technologies into your classroom. It includes ideas with little to no resources as well as some ideas to use with the resources you have.

What you'll learn

  • An understanding of computational thinking, why it is important and how it fits in the classroom.
  • Examples and lessons on how to teach computational thinking.
  • Practical ideas you can use in the classroom right now whether you teach year 0 or year 8.

Target audience

Teachers and school leaders who would like to develop a more practical understanding of how to implement the digital technologies curriculum and add value to their current teaching and learning programmes.

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

An essential webinar that covers the important aspects of brain development - from children 0 - 32 years. Important information that will help all teachers understand their learners better.

What you'll learn

This webinar has 3 key learning outcomes:

  • neurosequential development of the brain
  • cognitive functions are supported by social emotional wellbeing
  • role of mindfulness and why this is important to learning

 

Target audience

All teachers and school leaders

ECE, Primary, Secondary
45 minutes
$175.00

excl. GST

A Literacy Lens with parent, teacher, ex principal and now expert consultant Carla McNeil of Learning Matters Ltd.
This webinar is an opportunity for school leaders, sencos and teachers to come together to learn about and or review quality practices and systems in relation to students with dyslexia or suspected dyslexia. We will explore the key indicators for dyslexia, what classroom teachers should be on the lookout for, suitable classroom and intervention(literacy) assessment tools and practical strategies or building reading fluency.
Based on current science and research this webinar is a cost and time effective way for you to ensure your schoolwide or classroom practice is ultimately where it needs to be to make a difference for all.

What you'll learn

  1. Relevant information to review their classroom and schoolwide systems in relation to detecting dyslexia as well as teaching those to read and write with dyslexia.
  2. Teachers will leave feeling like they have increased knowledge, systems in the making, a list of potential work-ons and ultimately empowered by the fact that they can make the biggest difference in the life of these students and their families.
  3. Teachers and schools will walk away with a checklist of areas to consider in their practice and leadership.

Target audience

Classroom Teachers, School Sencos, Learning Support coordinators, Principals, Teaching Assistants

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Teachers everywhere are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of students having ownership over their learning. We know that students weaving their own path through the curriculum and creating and using their own learning goals is well worth the effort, as it increases both engagement and achievement and gives students vital skills to learn how to learn. However if we want them to have this degree of agency and ownership in their learning, we have to make it very clear what it is we’re expecting them to own and be agents of. This means we need to ‘Make Learning Visible’ for all our students and this is no easy feat given the complexity and depth of the curriculum - particularly in the area of literacy. But what is it we need to make visible to students? How do we get them to the point of understanding learning well enough to create their own goals and plan their own pathway to build both their strengths and weaknesses? This webinar will address these key questions and you will come away with practical ideas and examples for making it happen in your space.

What you'll learn

Key learning outcomes for this webinar are:

1. How do I make the curriculum clear and learning visible to students from early Level 1 right through to Level 4 and 5?

2. What practical ideas and strategies work to help students understand what their goals are and why?

3. What do I need to do to involve my students in planning to meet their identified goals

Target audience

Primary Teachers, Y0-8; Primary Principals; Primary Leaders

Primary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

This webinar will cover the essential steps in setting up an effective innovative learning environments: from ensuring everyone in the team is on the same page; to designing and laying out the physical environment; to planning for and using a range of different mode of co-teaching. Through exploring case-studies and step-by-step guides, by the end of the session you’ll have a very good understanding of what works in ILEs and what doesn’t. This is ‘must do’ PLD for anyone teaching in a collaborative space.

What you'll learn

  1. Understand how to be an effective collaborative team
  2. Understand how to design an inclusive physical environment
  3. Understand a range of different approaches to co-teaching

Target audience

Teachers and team leaders who are teaching in an ILE or about to move into one.

Primary, Intermediate, Secondary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Empowering learners with agency puts them at the centre of their own learning.  It moves them from being passive recipients of learning, towards having the skills, tools & dispositions to actively drive their own learning in a world of constant change.  Yet even though this is something we all strive for as teachers, it’s not an easy road as it requires a significant shift in both our mindset and our practice.  But it’s much easier if we have a clearer understanding of the steps we can take to increase learner agency.  Then we can choose our own starting point and know exactly what we need to do, to get to the next level with our students.  It’s also very helpful to know a range of practical tools, tips & techniques to manage increasing agency so that it works for the diverse range of learners in your space and so you can avoid some of the common problems teachers encounter throughout their agency journey.  And that’s exactly what this webinar is all about!  Highly practical with real classroom examples, you will come away with lots of ideas to try out with your learners.

What you'll learn

Attendees will learn the following:

1. What steps can I take to increase learner agency in my space?

2. Where and how can I start?

3. What practical tools, tips & techniques are there to manage it in a way that works for all my learners?

4. What can I do to avoid some common problems in the agency journey?

Target audience

Primary Teachers, Y0-8; Primary Principals; Primary Leaders

Primary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Do you want to know the key components to an effective play based learning approach?

Do you want to know how to cater for individual needs during play?

Do you want to know ways to plan, assess and report to parents on student learning?

Do you want to hear how we successfully implemented a pedagogy of play in our school community?

If yes, then this webinar is for you as we will cover all this and more.

What you'll learn

Attendees of this webinar will:

  • Develop an awareness of the significance of play in student learning and achievement.
  • Explore the non-negotiables in developing a play approach.
  • Identify ways to plan for, assess and report to parents about individual achievement in a play based classroom.
  • Understand what play based learning looks like at Silverdale School.

Target audience

Anyone interested in understanding more about the pedagogy behind play based learning and how play based learning fits into the primary school

ECE, Primary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Do you want to explore how to deliver an integrated curriculum with a focus on creativity and making all learning meaningful and fun?

Do you know what schemas and urges are?

Do you know what provocations and invitations to play are?

Do you know how to set up a play based learning environment?

If yes, then this webinar is for you as we will cover all this and more.

What you'll learn

Attendees of this webinar will:

  • Understand what schemas and urges are and how this affects our teaching and learning programme.
  • Understand what provocations and invitations to play and how to develop them focusing on student interests and developmental needs.
  • Understand the term ' classroom environment as a third teacher' and how to make the most of your environment to promote curiosity and engagement.

Target audience

Anyone interested in understanding more about the pedagogy behind play based learning and how play based learning fits into the primary school system.

ECE, Primary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

“Project-based learning (PBL) is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to an authentic, engaging, and complex question, problem, or challenge.” -TKI

Knowledge is no longer power, it is what you do with that knowledge that is power.

In this webinar, Toni will explore the question...How might we support our students to be critical and creative thinkers who strive to make a difference in the world? and...how might we encourage them to use their powers for good!

Toni will share practical ways to put students in the driver's seat- to have them exploring and driving learning. We will unpack what project-based learning can look like at different year levels and explore some tried and tested tools and strategies to either dip your toes into PBL or add value to what you already do.

Alongside this, Toni will share ways you can incorporate aspects of the digital technologies curriculum into your PBL or inquiry model.

What you'll learn

  1. An understanding of what PBL is and the thinking that sits behind it.
  2. Some key tools and strategies to try that will add elements of PBL to your learning programmes.
  3. Explicit ways to make the digital technologies curriculum come alive in PBL or inquiry.

Target audience

Teachers and school leaders who would like to develop a more practical understanding of how to integrate PBL into teaching and learning programmes.
This webinar is aimed more at year 3 and up but there are aspects which would be integrated into a year 0-2 classroom.

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

This webinar will explore exactly what the term sight words means and why this is so crucial to reading success. Orthographic Mapping and the development of a sight word bank (or lack thereof) sets many readers apart. Teachers and Teacher assistants will learn about the science of mapping words and how they can make small tweaks to their practice that ultimately make great gains in students reading achievement outcomes.
Let’s not mistake this for a whole word approach we will be talking Structured Literacy all the way. Links and recommendations will be made to appropriate research and evidence-based resources for in-school use.

What you'll learn

  1. What is a sight word
  2. Practical strategies for developing a sight word bank in students of all ages.
  3. Monitoring and measuring progress
  4. Develop a deeper understanding of the role of orthographic mapping and how this leads to increased reading fluency.

Target audience

Classroom Teachers, School Sencos, Learning Support coordinators, Teaching Assistants

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Phonological (sound) awareness is the critical foundation of all literacy learning, yet it remains an area that is not well understood in the classroom.

Removing the jargon and looking at practical approaches to teaching and learning is the focus of this webinar.

What you'll learn

1. Knowledge of the progression of learning
2. Practical approaches for assessing and teaching essential skills

Target audience

Parents, ECE and primary teachers, and/or teachers and parents of learners struggling to use The Code for reading and spelling.

ECE, Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

The landscape for learning is changing. Are you ready for this change? How is your school looking forward and outwards?

This webinar will introduce you to some of the basics of strategic foresight and the world of futures thinking. These ideas are critical for leaders to understand in order to create learning environments that meet the needs of 21st century learners. It is critical to grow the capabilities of teachers and boards to all be part of the future.

What you'll learn

  1. What strategic foresight is and how you can use it in your school
  2. Some simple strategies to develop a futures focused mindframe
  3. How to use a futures wheel to consider the consequences of your change idea

Target audience

School leadership teams that are interested in thinking from a futures perspective and are interested in moving beyond status quo thinking.

Primary, Intermediate, Secondary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

The role of schooling is to prepare learners for the complexity of the world we all now live in. We can now access knowledge in an instant, and as a result, reading, writing and arithmetic are no longer the only fundamental skill sets for the 21st century! Gone are the days of the simplistic learning process of Reading-Remembering-Recalling as this has now been replaced by a far more complex learning process, that enables learners to learn anything, anytime, anywhere with an end point of innovation, ingenuity and entrepreneurial-ism!

In this webinar Mark will unpack the Learning Process over a series of developmental stages, as learners progress through their school years. By understanding and being able to apply the learning process at a level they can understand, learners can take greater ownership of the learning process and leverage that capability to be able to teach their peers using the micro lesson approach. Mark Will introduce the micro-lesson approach to learning enabling learners to learn far more equitably and efficiently.

Self test: Can you describe the learning process and its 9 stages and are your learners able to apply this process?

Each attendee will be provided access to a 230pp digital resource they can leverage to develop this new capacity within their own context.

What you'll learn

1. The very notion of the purpose of school has changed significantly
2. We are all increasingly accessing and creating information in video format as well as via reading and writing
3. The new focus of learning is to develop conceptual understanding, allowing learners to predict unknown contexts 
4. Mark will unpack the learning process across different levels

Target audience

Educators working at all levels now require an understanding of a far more sophisticated learning process that our learners now require to make sense of a far more complex world. 

Primary, Secondary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Play-based Learing

Do you want to know the key components to an effective play based learning approach?

Do you want to know how to cater for individual needs during play?

Do you want to know ways to plan, assess and report to parents on student learning?

Do you want to hear how we successfully implemented a pedagogy of play in our school community?

If yes, then this webinar is for you as we will cover all this and more.

What you'll learn

Attendees of this webinar will:

  • Develop an awareness of the significance of play in student learning and achievement.
  • Explore the non-negotiables in developing a play approach.
  • Identify ways to plan for, assess and report to parents about individual achievement in a play based classroom.
  • Understand what play based learning looks like at Silverdale School.

Target audience

Anyone interested in understanding more about the pedagogy behind play based learning and how play based learning fits into the primary school

ECE, Primary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Do you want to explore how to deliver an integrated curriculum with a focus on creativity and making all learning meaningful and fun?

Do you know what schemas and urges are?

Do you know what provocations and invitations to play are?

Do you know how to set up a play based learning environment?

If yes, then this webinar is for you as we will cover all this and more.

What you'll learn

Attendees of this webinar will:

  • Understand what schemas and urges are and how this affects our teaching and learning programme.
  • Understand what provocations and invitations to play and how to develop them focusing on student interests and developmental needs.
  • Understand the term ' classroom environment as a third teacher' and how to make the most of your environment to promote curiosity and engagement.

Target audience

Anyone interested in understanding more about the pedagogy behind play based learning and how play based learning fits into the primary school system.

ECE, Primary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Teaching Strategies

With the expectation of Digital Technologies being taught in all classrooms in 2020, it is important to have some tools in your toolbox to support this.
In this webinar, Toni will explore the question… How might digital technologies supersize our current teaching and learning programme?
This is part 1 of a 2 part series. This part will look at the first strand of the Digital Technologies curriculum: Progress outcome “Computational thinking”.
We will explore ways to integrate this strand into literacy, numeracy and almost every other curriculum areas as well as how digital technologies aligns with the key competencies. This webinar is designed to be as relevant and practical as possible with the aim for you to come away with a range of ideas and strategies to integrate digital technologies into your classroom. It includes ideas with little to no resources as well as some ideas to use with the resources you have.

What you'll learn

  • An understanding of computational thinking, why it is important and how it fits in the classroom.
  • Examples and lessons on how to teach computational thinking.
  • Practical ideas you can use in the classroom right now whether you teach year 0 or year 8.

Target audience

Teachers and school leaders who would like to develop a more practical understanding of how to implement the digital technologies curriculum and add value to their current teaching and learning programmes.

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

An essential webinar that covers the important aspects of brain development - from children 0 - 32 years. Important information that will help all teachers understand their learners better.

What you'll learn

This webinar has 3 key learning outcomes:

  • neurosequential development of the brain
  • cognitive functions are supported by social emotional wellbeing
  • role of mindfulness and why this is important to learning

 

Target audience

All teachers and school leaders

ECE, Primary, Secondary
45 minutes
$175.00

excl. GST

A Literacy Lens with parent, teacher, ex principal and now expert consultant Carla McNeil of Learning Matters Ltd.
This webinar is an opportunity for school leaders, sencos and teachers to come together to learn about and or review quality practices and systems in relation to students with dyslexia or suspected dyslexia. We will explore the key indicators for dyslexia, what classroom teachers should be on the lookout for, suitable classroom and intervention(literacy) assessment tools and practical strategies or building reading fluency.
Based on current science and research this webinar is a cost and time effective way for you to ensure your schoolwide or classroom practice is ultimately where it needs to be to make a difference for all.

What you'll learn

  1. Relevant information to review their classroom and schoolwide systems in relation to detecting dyslexia as well as teaching those to read and write with dyslexia.
  2. Teachers will leave feeling like they have increased knowledge, systems in the making, a list of potential work-ons and ultimately empowered by the fact that they can make the biggest difference in the life of these students and their families.
  3. Teachers and schools will walk away with a checklist of areas to consider in their practice and leadership.

Target audience

Classroom Teachers, School Sencos, Learning Support coordinators, Principals, Teaching Assistants

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Teachers everywhere are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of students having ownership over their learning. We know that students weaving their own path through the curriculum and creating and using their own learning goals is well worth the effort, as it increases both engagement and achievement and gives students vital skills to learn how to learn. However if we want them to have this degree of agency and ownership in their learning, we have to make it very clear what it is we’re expecting them to own and be agents of. This means we need to ‘Make Learning Visible’ for all our students and this is no easy feat given the complexity and depth of the curriculum - particularly in the area of literacy. But what is it we need to make visible to students? How do we get them to the point of understanding learning well enough to create their own goals and plan their own pathway to build both their strengths and weaknesses? This webinar will address these key questions and you will come away with practical ideas and examples for making it happen in your space.

What you'll learn

Key learning outcomes for this webinar are:

1. How do I make the curriculum clear and learning visible to students from early Level 1 right through to Level 4 and 5?

2. What practical ideas and strategies work to help students understand what their goals are and why?

3. What do I need to do to involve my students in planning to meet their identified goals

Target audience

Primary Teachers, Y0-8; Primary Principals; Primary Leaders

Primary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

This webinar will cover the essential steps in setting up an effective innovative learning environments: from ensuring everyone in the team is on the same page; to designing and laying out the physical environment; to planning for and using a range of different mode of co-teaching. Through exploring case-studies and step-by-step guides, by the end of the session you’ll have a very good understanding of what works in ILEs and what doesn’t. This is ‘must do’ PLD for anyone teaching in a collaborative space.

What you'll learn

  1. Understand how to be an effective collaborative team
  2. Understand how to design an inclusive physical environment
  3. Understand a range of different approaches to co-teaching

Target audience

Teachers and team leaders who are teaching in an ILE or about to move into one.

Primary, Intermediate, Secondary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Empowering learners with agency puts them at the centre of their own learning.  It moves them from being passive recipients of learning, towards having the skills, tools & dispositions to actively drive their own learning in a world of constant change.  Yet even though this is something we all strive for as teachers, it’s not an easy road as it requires a significant shift in both our mindset and our practice.  But it’s much easier if we have a clearer understanding of the steps we can take to increase learner agency.  Then we can choose our own starting point and know exactly what we need to do, to get to the next level with our students.  It’s also very helpful to know a range of practical tools, tips & techniques to manage increasing agency so that it works for the diverse range of learners in your space and so you can avoid some of the common problems teachers encounter throughout their agency journey.  And that’s exactly what this webinar is all about!  Highly practical with real classroom examples, you will come away with lots of ideas to try out with your learners.

What you'll learn

Attendees will learn the following:

1. What steps can I take to increase learner agency in my space?

2. Where and how can I start?

3. What practical tools, tips & techniques are there to manage it in a way that works for all my learners?

4. What can I do to avoid some common problems in the agency journey?

Target audience

Primary Teachers, Y0-8; Primary Principals; Primary Leaders

Primary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Do you want to know the key components to an effective play based learning approach?

Do you want to know how to cater for individual needs during play?

Do you want to know ways to plan, assess and report to parents on student learning?

Do you want to hear how we successfully implemented a pedagogy of play in our school community?

If yes, then this webinar is for you as we will cover all this and more.

What you'll learn

Attendees of this webinar will:

  • Develop an awareness of the significance of play in student learning and achievement.
  • Explore the non-negotiables in developing a play approach.
  • Identify ways to plan for, assess and report to parents about individual achievement in a play based classroom.
  • Understand what play based learning looks like at Silverdale School.

Target audience

Anyone interested in understanding more about the pedagogy behind play based learning and how play based learning fits into the primary school

ECE, Primary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Do you want to explore how to deliver an integrated curriculum with a focus on creativity and making all learning meaningful and fun?

Do you know what schemas and urges are?

Do you know what provocations and invitations to play are?

Do you know how to set up a play based learning environment?

If yes, then this webinar is for you as we will cover all this and more.

What you'll learn

Attendees of this webinar will:

  • Understand what schemas and urges are and how this affects our teaching and learning programme.
  • Understand what provocations and invitations to play and how to develop them focusing on student interests and developmental needs.
  • Understand the term ' classroom environment as a third teacher' and how to make the most of your environment to promote curiosity and engagement.

Target audience

Anyone interested in understanding more about the pedagogy behind play based learning and how play based learning fits into the primary school system.

ECE, Primary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

“Project-based learning (PBL) is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to an authentic, engaging, and complex question, problem, or challenge.” -TKI

Knowledge is no longer power, it is what you do with that knowledge that is power.

In this webinar, Toni will explore the question...How might we support our students to be critical and creative thinkers who strive to make a difference in the world? and...how might we encourage them to use their powers for good!

Toni will share practical ways to put students in the driver's seat- to have them exploring and driving learning. We will unpack what project-based learning can look like at different year levels and explore some tried and tested tools and strategies to either dip your toes into PBL or add value to what you already do.

Alongside this, Toni will share ways you can incorporate aspects of the digital technologies curriculum into your PBL or inquiry model.

What you'll learn

  1. An understanding of what PBL is and the thinking that sits behind it.
  2. Some key tools and strategies to try that will add elements of PBL to your learning programmes.
  3. Explicit ways to make the digital technologies curriculum come alive in PBL or inquiry.

Target audience

Teachers and school leaders who would like to develop a more practical understanding of how to integrate PBL into teaching and learning programmes.
This webinar is aimed more at year 3 and up but there are aspects which would be integrated into a year 0-2 classroom.

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

This webinar will explore exactly what the term sight words means and why this is so crucial to reading success. Orthographic Mapping and the development of a sight word bank (or lack thereof) sets many readers apart. Teachers and Teacher assistants will learn about the science of mapping words and how they can make small tweaks to their practice that ultimately make great gains in students reading achievement outcomes.
Let’s not mistake this for a whole word approach we will be talking Structured Literacy all the way. Links and recommendations will be made to appropriate research and evidence-based resources for in-school use.

What you'll learn

  1. What is a sight word
  2. Practical strategies for developing a sight word bank in students of all ages.
  3. Monitoring and measuring progress
  4. Develop a deeper understanding of the role of orthographic mapping and how this leads to increased reading fluency.

Target audience

Classroom Teachers, School Sencos, Learning Support coordinators, Teaching Assistants

Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Phonological (sound) awareness is the critical foundation of all literacy learning, yet it remains an area that is not well understood in the classroom.

Removing the jargon and looking at practical approaches to teaching and learning is the focus of this webinar.

What you'll learn

1. Knowledge of the progression of learning
2. Practical approaches for assessing and teaching essential skills

Target audience

Parents, ECE and primary teachers, and/or teachers and parents of learners struggling to use The Code for reading and spelling.

ECE, Primary, Intermediate
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

The landscape for learning is changing. Are you ready for this change? How is your school looking forward and outwards?

This webinar will introduce you to some of the basics of strategic foresight and the world of futures thinking. These ideas are critical for leaders to understand in order to create learning environments that meet the needs of 21st century learners. It is critical to grow the capabilities of teachers and boards to all be part of the future.

What you'll learn

  1. What strategic foresight is and how you can use it in your school
  2. Some simple strategies to develop a futures focused mindframe
  3. How to use a futures wheel to consider the consequences of your change idea

Target audience

School leadership teams that are interested in thinking from a futures perspective and are interested in moving beyond status quo thinking.

Primary, Intermediate, Secondary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

The role of schooling is to prepare learners for the complexity of the world we all now live in. We can now access knowledge in an instant, and as a result, reading, writing and arithmetic are no longer the only fundamental skill sets for the 21st century! Gone are the days of the simplistic learning process of Reading-Remembering-Recalling as this has now been replaced by a far more complex learning process, that enables learners to learn anything, anytime, anywhere with an end point of innovation, ingenuity and entrepreneurial-ism!

In this webinar Mark will unpack the Learning Process over a series of developmental stages, as learners progress through their school years. By understanding and being able to apply the learning process at a level they can understand, learners can take greater ownership of the learning process and leverage that capability to be able to teach their peers using the micro lesson approach. Mark Will introduce the micro-lesson approach to learning enabling learners to learn far more equitably and efficiently.

Self test: Can you describe the learning process and its 9 stages and are your learners able to apply this process?

Each attendee will be provided access to a 230pp digital resource they can leverage to develop this new capacity within their own context.

What you'll learn

1. The very notion of the purpose of school has changed significantly
2. We are all increasingly accessing and creating information in video format as well as via reading and writing
3. The new focus of learning is to develop conceptual understanding, allowing learners to predict unknown contexts 
4. Mark will unpack the learning process across different levels

Target audience

Educators working at all levels now require an understanding of a far more sophisticated learning process that our learners now require to make sense of a far more complex world. 

Primary, Secondary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Play-based Learing

Do you want to know the key components to an effective play based learning approach?

Do you want to know how to cater for individual needs during play?

Do you want to know ways to plan, assess and report to parents on student learning?

Do you want to hear how we successfully implemented a pedagogy of play in our school community?

If yes, then this webinar is for you as we will cover all this and more.

What you'll learn

Attendees of this webinar will:

  • Develop an awareness of the significance of play in student learning and achievement.
  • Explore the non-negotiables in developing a play approach.
  • Identify ways to plan for, assess and report to parents about individual achievement in a play based classroom.
  • Understand what play based learning looks like at Silverdale School.

Target audience

Anyone interested in understanding more about the pedagogy behind play based learning and how play based learning fits into the primary school

ECE, Primary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

Do you want to explore how to deliver an integrated curriculum with a focus on creativity and making all learning meaningful and fun?

Do you know what schemas and urges are?

Do you know what provocations and invitations to play are?

Do you know how to set up a play based learning environment?

If yes, then this webinar is for you as we will cover all this and more.

What you'll learn

Attendees of this webinar will:

  • Understand what schemas and urges are and how this affects our teaching and learning programme.
  • Understand what provocations and invitations to play and how to develop them focusing on student interests and developmental needs.
  • Understand the term ' classroom environment as a third teacher' and how to make the most of your environment to promote curiosity and engagement.

Target audience

Anyone interested in understanding more about the pedagogy behind play based learning and how play based learning fits into the primary school system.

ECE, Primary
60 minutes
$195.00

excl. GST

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