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Call for workshop presenters now open. Click here to submit your workshop. 

Friday 11 October | Nazareth College

SASTA is committed to providing opportunities for Early Career Teachers to network and learn with and from each other.  In addition, we seek to provide you with access to expert education practitioners and leaders to ensure you have every opportunity to understand and succeed in this important profession.

This one-day conference provides graduates and teachers in the first few years of their career with an opportunity to share and reflect on their professional identity, professional practice, wellbeing, and to develop connections with other early career educators.

The Conference will include specialised workshops for both Primary and Secondary Teachers.


We will be running the popular share-a-thon again this year! An informal setting for multiple presenters to share an innovative teaching idea. Each presenter will share a strategy or tool during a 10-minute presentation.

This is a great first session for new conference presenters or as a way for seasoned presenters to share a go-to strategy or tool.

You may wish to consider choosing from the categories below when determining the focus of your presentation:

Practical Tips for Teacher Wellbeing

  • exploration of the reality of teaching experiences and the chance to address challenges that may arise in these early years.
  • professional and personal wellbeing
  • classroom management skills such as building relationships and maintaining high expectations and consistency
  • working with peers, administrators, and parents to build support and foster collaboration
  • online teaching strategies

Unpacking the curriculum 

  • highlighting the essential components of the science curriculum e.g. SHE, General Capabilities, to allow teachers to develop effective and engaging lessons and teaching programs
  • teaching specific aspects of the science understanding content
  • STEM education

Inquiry-based learning

  • developing creative strategies to integrate the science inquiry skills and critical and creative thinking into the teaching of science
  • building student capacity to construct their own learning.
  • teaching social and emotional learning skills 


  • discussing how different types of assessment can be used to monitor student achievement and guide future learning opportunities
  • e-exams

Call for workshops close on Sunday 7 July. Click here to submit a workshop