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Western Sydney University EdFest is your Education Careers Expo. This Expo will help you gather information and help you to plan your careers in education or teaching With over 40 exhibitors under one roof, you will be able to access useful information about teaching, employment and career possibilities related to your program of study. The day will consist of a series of presentations all tailored to the different areas of teaching (i.e. Early Childhood, Primary, Secondary, Special Education and International teaching opportunities), plus an exhibition area with over 40 exhibitors and concurrent workshops were you can chose your preferred topic. Date: Wednesday, 28 February 2018 Time: 10.00 am – 3.30 pm Location: Ian and Nancy Turbott Auditorium Building EE Parramatta South campus REGISTER FOR EDFEST TODAY! westernsydney.edu.au/edfest
High quality, NESA endorsed professional learning opportunities for early childhood, primary and secondary teachers.
Are you a primary teacher? Associate Professor Catherine Attard provides advice for setting up your students to achieve mathematical success in 2018 and beyond.
Should selective schools be open to local students?
"While recognising that selective schools have a history and are popular, is it correct that local kids must walk past a local public selective school that is closed to them?"
Do you teach mathematics? Associate Professor Catherine Attard and Professor Kathryn Holmes are conducting research on the use of technology in mathematics classrooms. We want to find out if, how, and when primary and secondary teachers are using technology in their teaching. To participate, please complete this very short survey.
Associate Professor Catherine Attard provides advice for parents during the school holidays
A practical workshop for education practitioners "Putting Gender Revolution into Practice". Register now...
ART APPRECIATION & VISUAL LITERACY WORKSHOPS - 19 or 20 February 2018 - Two amazing workshops for Proficient Teachers being offered in partnership with the Penrith Regional Gallery & Lewers Bequest.
Are you a 13-25 year old woman and can help with a short survey about menstrual health?
Can't make it in person, join through livestream...
NOVEMBER IS MATHS MONTH!!
Four workshop options to maintain your Proficient Teacher Accreditation:
ES1-Stage 1: Numeracy & mathematics in the early years 2-Nov
Secondary: I am not a maths major but I am teaching stage 4 maths 14-Nov
Secondary: Improving Student Engagement 21-Nov...
Secondary: Extending... developing conceptual understanding through the use of open ended questions 23-Nov
Register via OneStop: https://onestop.westernsydney.edu.au/OneStopWeb/EKN/menu
By Susanne Gannon In 2018 most students in most schools will move to an online environment for NAPLAN. This means that students will complete all test sections on a computer or tablet. Test data that is entirely digital can be turned around more rapidly so that results will be available for schools, systems and families much faster. The implication is that the results can be put to use to assist students with their learning, and teachers with their planning. [ 1,165 more word ]
MAINTAIN PROFICIENT TEACHER ACCREDITATION
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• Phil Smith is presenting Practical and fun approaches to sustainability on Tuesday 31 October at Bankstown campus...
• Katrina Smith is presenting Numeracy and Mathematics in the early years on Thursday 2 November at Kingswood campus
• Katrina Barker is presenting Promoting Positive Behaviour on Tuesday 7 November at Kingswood campus
REGISTER AND PAY: https://onestop.westernsydney.edu.au/OneStopWeb/EKN/menu