Teacher Professional Learning

Brewongle Teaching Staff have a deep understanding of our content. We are all qualified and experienced teachers in either Primary or Secondary schools, and have specialised experience in a range of areas. We are happy to run professional development for your School Staff, either here at Brewongle or at your school (staff meeting, PD day, programming day). See details in the drop down menu from Teacher Learning above or contact us for details, pricing and dates.

Teaching Science and Technology K-6 with confidence

13th November 2018

NESA registered 5hr Professional Learning – MyPL course code RG03511 – Register now!

Pre-requisite learning: MyPL course NR21149 “Unpacking the Syllabus” must be completed prior to enrolling in this workshop.

Flyer: Teaching Science and Tech with Confidence 2018

This professional learning workshop will further develop teachers’ understanding of the new 2017 Science and Technology K-6 syllabus.

Participants will:

  • gain a deeper understanding of the new Science and Technology K-6 syllabus.
  • develop skills and confidence to teach the Science and Technology K-6 syllabus in practical investigations that are creative and engaging ways through an inquiry-based model.
  • share and build upon experiences of teaching science and technology with colleagues.
  • develop a relationship with Environment Zoo and Education Centres (EZEC) staff and colleagues to provide ongoing assistance and sharing of science and technology resources, with a focus on Working Scientifically, Living World and Digital Technology content strands.

Teaching and Learning Culture – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives at Brewongle EEC

10hrs NESA Registered Professional Learning – Standards 6.2.2, 6.3.2, 7.2.2 for primary and high school.

28th-29th of November 2018 – register now on MyPL course code: RG03131.

Registrations close Friday 23rd of November 2018.

Flyer: Teaching and Learning Culture-2018 Nov

This course aims to build teacher cultural competencies and connections to Country. Teachers will examine the Aboriginal Education Policy, investigate opportunities to include Aboriginal and Torres Islander perspectives in curriculum units as well giving consideration to individual learning programs for Indigenous students. Participating teachers will learn about local Aboriginal culture, history and social experience.

By the end of the two day program teachers will improve their knowledge, understanding and skills regarding the Aboriginal Education Policy, cultural competencies and how to incorporate these into their teaching practice.

This workshop will include;

• Aboriginal Education and Training Policy, Curriculum perspectives and LAC priority.

• Developing a sense of place – Darug histories and culture

• Brewongle EEC’s leading cultural programs

• PLP’s for Aboriginal Students

• Reconciliation Action Plans for Schools with Narragunnawalli

Geography Programming

Support for your teachers at school

Brewongle Teachers have extensive experience writing Teaching Programs for the new Geography Syllabus from Early Stage 1 to Stage 5. We are available to spend time with your staff at school working through the syllabus to create engaging and locally relevant teaching programs in Geography.

These days have been very popular with school teachers and executive as a simple way to support teachers in an area they’re unfamiliar with and a new Syllabus. Teachers finish the session with a complete teaching program for a specific unit along with the understanding and confidence to use it. We can run this session in a half or full day per Stage.

Alternatively, we can support your teachers in a one hour session, unpacking the Syllabus and outlining the important Geographical Concepts, Inquiry Skills and Tools, before reviewing one of our existing Teaching Programs as a demonstration.

For more details, call us on 4579 1136.

 

Geographical Inquiry Process and Fieldwork

Registered Course Code RG01547 – MyPL

(Non Government Schools please ring Brewongle EEC).

This face to face course at Brewongle Environmental Education Centre will support Primary Teachers in programming and implementing the new Geography Syllabus from K-6. It will guide teachers through the Geographical Inquiry Process Skills and demonstrate a range of Stage-appropriate Geographical Fieldwork Tools to support students’ learning at school.

The course will provide teachers with hands on experience with a range of creative fieldwork tools and skills. In addition to showcasing a number of Brewongle’s Day Programs and specialist Geographical Tools, teachers will become familiar with creative Fieldwork Tools, iPad Apps and online resources to use with students at school.

This course is likely to be scheduled for Term 3 2018, however it can also be delivered as a closed event for a whole school staff.

For more details, call us on 4579 1136.

 

Integrating The Sustainability Cross Curriculum Priority

Registered Course Code RG00451 – MyPL

(Non Government Schools please ring Brewongle EEC).

This course contributes to 4 hours of Registered Professional Learning (approx 1 hour pre-course reading and 3 hours face to face)

We can run this course with your staff at a time to suit! This workshop can be run as a series of after school meetings. Click HERE for more details or call us on 4579 1136.

 

 

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