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When: Tuesdays at 4.30 pm – 5.30 pm
Where: Your computer (broadband connection required)
Cost: $520.00(incl. GST) Members: $630.00 for Non-members (This includes Membership to ETA & GST)
When: 3rd Wed. of each term at 4.30 pm – 5.30 pm
Where: Your home computer
Cost: $260.00(incl. GST) Members: $370.00 for Non-members (This includes Membership to ETA & GST)
If you missed out on the first ECT day earlier this year, there is still a chance to advance your accreditation. This second day for Early Career Teachers will take a different approach, moving from an overview of many aspects of teaching to more in-depth work in fewer but critical areas. An important element will be teachers’ posting questions (anonymous or not) during the day to be grouped into issues and responded to in the final session. EC Teachers wishing to post beforehand may do so on ETA Facebook, with the title ECT question.
This professional development day examines how one can refine current or draft programs for the new English K-10 syllabus by embedding principles of good programming including concept based programming, guiding questions, critical thinking, feedback, assessment for, as and of learning. Teachers will be shown how to develop a scope and sequence of ways to integrate the study of language and grammar into their programs and be given opportunity to shape a unit (their own or one provided) embedding sound programming principles and to incorporate the unit into a learning continuum.
There will be opportunities for follow-up sessions online for networks of interested parties who would like to develop their programs and scope and sequences for presentation at the ETA annual conference, Innovation, held in November at the University of NSW.