The Department of Education has partnered with QELi to bring Dylan Wiliam to Tasmania. This 90 minute webinar will focus on formative assessment strategies aligned with the key practices of the DoE Pedagogical Framework.
The webinar is designed for school leaders and teachers and will enable schools to access professional learning as a school community.
This session will be a practical planning workshop where participants will explore how the general capabilities and cross-curriculum priorities can be embedded to enhance learning of content within Health and Physical Education. The session will be delivered online.
Teachers and Teacher Assistants may have experienced the arrival of an English as an Additional Language Learner (EAL student) into their school and classroom. The EAL student may have some English language capabilities or limited English language capabilities.
This program will focus on designing relevant, contemporary and engaging content through incorporating the Cross Curriculum Priorities in English.
This program will focus on adding depth, rigour and richness to student learning through embedding the General Capabilities in English.
This program will focus on unpacking the Achievement Standards in order to provide quality assessment tasks.
This program will focus on exploring how The Orb can support the design of relevant, contemporary and engaging content in unit planning for the H&PE learning area.
This program will focus on exploring how The Orb can be used to design relevant, contemporary and engaging content in unit planning for the English learning area.
This 15 hour online self-paced program focuses on using Progressive Achievement Testing (PAT) to inform decisions about teaching and learning programs, communicating progress and setting goals for growth across a school. It is designed for educators who are familiar with PAT and wish to learn more about its potential to focus on whole school improvement strategies.