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SASTA Professional Learning For Middle & Secondary Years

Download the 2024 Professional Learning Calendar (PDF) to see what's on offer. Keep an eye on this page for event registrations when available.

Please note: If you require an invoice for school payment, please simply select Bank Transfer at the payment option during your booking. This will email you an invoice - please wait approximately 15 minutes for this to come through.

Cancellation policy: 

Notice of cancellation received more than 48 hours before the event will incur a standard $50 administration processing fee, any registration fees received in addition to this amount will be refunded. For cancellation notice received less than 48 hours before the event, registration fees unfortunately cannot be refunded. 

Should SASTA need to cancel or reschedule a professional learning event, then all registered delegates can opt either to receive a full refund or have their registration transferred to the rescheduled event.

Are you a SASTA Member? You can receive discounted / free professional learning!
 

Find out all the member services you could receive as part of the SASTA science community and join here

FREE Excursion - SA Water Desalination Plant

The Adelaide Desalination Plant at Lonsdale is the state’s largest desalination plant able to produce 100 gigalitres a year. As metropolitan Adelaide’s only climate-independent source of drinking water, it has been delivering drinking water since 2011.

Join a guided tour to see how we turn seawater into fresh clean drinking water, and how important desalination is to South Australia’s water security.

Please note, this tour takes place from a vehicle. 

Also, morning tea will be provided.

Participants will need to make their own way to the venue.

Please note that this is a SASTA members only event.

Details

Date:

Time: 10.00am - 12.00pm

Venue: Adelaide Desalination Plant

Bookings close: 03/07/2024

Event Pricing

Type Regular price
Personal Member (1 day) $0.00
Joint Member (1 day) $0.00
Corporate Member - SA School (1 day) $0.00
SASTA Student Member (1 day) $0.00
1st Year of Teaching (1 day) $0.00
2nd Year of Teaching (1 day) $0.00

Description

The Adelaide Desalination Plant at Lonsdale is the state’s largest desalination plant able to produce 100 gigalitres a year. As metropolitan Adelaide’s only climate-independent source of drinking water, it has been delivering drinking water since 2011.

Join a guided tour to see how we turn seawater into fresh clean drinking water, and how important desalination is to South Australia’s water security.

Please note, this tour takes place from a vehicle. 

Also, morning tea will be provided.

Participants will need to make their own way to the venue.

Please note that this is a SASTA members only event.

Date: Monday 8 July

Time: 10.00am - 12.00pm

Venue: Adelaide Desalination Plant

15 Chrysler Rd, Lonsdale SA 5160

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2024 Stage 2 Physics Marking & Moderation Workshop

This workshop is an opportunity to participate in moderating 2024 student work prior to external moderation. Teachers can prepare, discuss, and comparable judgements of their students' work across a range of grade boundaries in a professional environment with colleagues from other schools.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring complete or near complete portfolios of both Investigations and Skills and Application Tasks across a range of grade boundaries.

Presenter: Michael Smith

Intended audience: Physics teachers currently teaching Stage 2 Physics in 2024

 

Check out some of the comments from the 2023 workshop attendees:

  • This day was so worthwhile because of the prepared content and knowledge shared. I gained so much from it.
  • Excellent feedback were given by the instructor as well as other colleagues. Network connection as well as making sure we understand the marking expectations
  • The presenter is very knowledgeable on the subject and its requirements and was able to answer all questions and provide valuable guidance.
  • Michael asked early on what issues we were facing individually and where we wanted clarification of aspects of the subject and the assessment and tailored aspects of the day to addressing those needs. 

Details

Date:

Time: 9.00am - 3.00pm

Venue: Education Development Centre

Bookings close: 14/08/2024

Event Pricing

Type Regular price
Personal Member (1 day) $160.00
Joint Member (1 day) $160.00
Corporate Member - SA School (1 day) $205.00
Non-Member (1 day) $250.00
SASTA Student Member (1 day) $55.00
1st Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00
2nd Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00
Retired member (1 day) $160.00

Description

This workshop is an opportunity to participate in moderating 2024 student work prior to external moderation. Teachers can prepare, discuss, and comparable judgements of their students' work across a range of grade boundaries in a professional environment with colleagues from other schools.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring complete or near complete portfolios of both Investigations and Skills and Application Tasks across a range of grade boundaries.

Presenter: Michael Smith

Intended audience: Physics teachers currently teaching Stage 2 Physics in 2024

 

Check out some of the comments from the 2023 workshop attendees:

  • This day was so worthwhile because of the prepared content and knowledge shared. I gained so much from it.
  • Excellent feedback were given by the instructor as well as other colleagues. Network connection as well as making sure we understand the marking expectations
  • The presenter is very knowledgeable on the subject and its requirements and was able to answer all questions and provide valuable guidance.
  • Michael asked early on what issues we were facing individually and where we wanted clarification of aspects of the subject and the assessment and tailored aspects of the day to addressing those needs. 

Program: 

9.00 am - Registration

9.15 am - Overview of the day

9.30 am – Investigations (SHE/Design and Deconstruction)

10.45 am - Morning Tea

11.00 am - Mock moderation and benchmarking - recognising and confirming grade bands in samples

12 noon - Lunch

12.30 pm - Group marking exercise (bring samples from your school)

1.30 pm - Marking exam-style questions

2.30 pm - Questions

3.00 pm - Close

* Program may be subject to change

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2024 Stage 2 Psychology Marking & Moderation Workshop

This workshop will provide clarity for teachers around assessment standards for the Stage 2 Psychology Curriculum. There will be opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to Stage 2 work samples, as well as receiving invaluable professional input about their own student samples. This will be a fabulous opportunity for teachers to confirm, clarify, and readjust their own marking standards prior to sending work samples off for final moderation. 

Tasks that will be discussed include the deconstruct and design task, science as a human endeavour investigation and marking of SATs, including both short answer and extended response test-style questions, and assignments.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring examples of your own students' work of both Investigations Folio and Skills and Applications Tasks.

Intended audience: Stage 2 Psychology teachers and Stage 1 Psychology teachers preparing students for Stage 2 Psychology next year.

Presenters: Carolyn Pinchbeck and Emma Beukema 

 

Check out some of the comments from the 2023 workshop attendees: 

  • There was a lot of oppportunity to disuss aspects in table groups which was fantastic. It was useful to see different task sheets and ways of assessing.
  • Amazing knowledge for a new teacher to Psychology
  • Great speakers with extremely good knoweldge and are very personable

     

Details

Date:

Time: 9.00am - 3.00pm

Venue: Education Development Centre

Bookings close: 14/08/2024

Event Pricing

Type Regular price
Personal Member (1 day) $160.00
Joint Member (1 day) $160.00
Corporate Member - SA School (1 day) $205.00
Non-Member (1 day) $250.00
SASTA Student Member (1 day) $55.00
1st Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00
2nd Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00
Retired member (1 day) $160.00

Description

This workshop will provide clarity for teachers around assessment standards for the Stage 2 Psychology Curriculum. There will be opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to Stage 2 work samples, as well as receiving invaluable professional input about their own student samples. This will be a fabulous opportunity for teachers to confirm, clarify, and readjust their own marking standards prior to sending work samples off for final moderation. 

Tasks that will be discussed include the deconstruct and design task, science as a human endeavour investigation and marking of SATs, including both short answer and extended response test-style questions, and assignments.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring examples of your own students' work of both Investigations Folio and Skills and Applications Tasks.

Intended audience: Stage 2 Psychology teachers and Stage 1 Psychology teachers preparing students for Stage 2 Psychology next year.

Presenters: Carolyn Pinchbeck and Emma Beukema 

 

Check out some of the comments from the 2023 workshop attendees: 

  • There was a lot of oppportunity to disuss aspects in table groups which was fantastic. It was useful to see different task sheets and ways of assessing.
  • Amazing knowledge for a new teacher to Psychology
  • Great speakers with extremely good knoweldge and are very personable

     

Program: 

9.00am - Registration

9.15am – Understanding the Marking & Moderation Process

9.30am – Design & Deconstruct (Stage 2 work samples provided but please also bring samples from your own school)

11.00am - Morning Tea

11.30am – providing advice and support to students in preparation for the upcoming exam

12noon - Lunch

12.30pm – Science as a Human Endeavour (Stage 2 work samples provided but please also bring samples from your own school)

2.00pm – SAT’s (Stage 2 work samples provided but please also bring samples from your own school)

3.00pm - Close

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2024 7-10 Design and Assess Differentiated Tasks

Presenter: Jason Greenslade, Curriculum Leader Science, Westminster School

This session will only focus on Australian Curriculum 7-10 Science courses – these are so critical for making sure we are retaining students in Science in the senior years. It is essential that we equipment students in these year levels with confidence and the skills needed to explain, analyse and be critical.

 

Check out some of the comments from the 2023 workshop attendees:

  • Loved this workshop. It was very informative and gave me a lot to go away with so I can help better assess my students and scaffold their work.
  • Excellent session and so helpful with practical ways to differentiate. Can't recommend it enough
  • Jason did a great job presenting and tailoring his responses to participants questions/needs.
  • Presenter very knowledgeable and approachable. 10/10 would recommend

Details

Date:

Time: 9.00 am - 3.00 pm

Venue: Education Development Centre

Bookings close: 15/08/2024

Event Pricing

Type Regular price
Personal Member (1 day) $160.00
Joint Member (1 day) $160.00
Corporate Member - SA School (1 day) $205.00
Non-Member (1 day) $250.00
SASTA Student Member (1 day) $55.00
1st Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00
2nd Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00

Description

Presenter: Jason Greenslade, Curriculum Leader Science, Westminster School

This session will only focus on Australian Curriculum 7-10 Science courses – these are so critical for making sure we are retaining students in Science in the senior years. It is essential that we equipment students in these year levels with confidence and the skills needed to explain, analyse and be critical.

 

Check out some of the comments from the 2023 workshop attendees:

  • Loved this workshop. It was very informative and gave me a lot to go away with so I can help better assess my students and scaffold their work.
  • Excellent session and so helpful with practical ways to differentiate. Can't recommend it enough
  • Jason did a great job presenting and tailoring his responses to participants questions/needs.
  • Presenter very knowledgeable and approachable. 10/10 would recommend

We know that the profile of our middle school classes is also becoming more and more complex with a wide range of skills and learning needs.

This session aims to provide a framework (and plenty of practical examples) of the following:

  • How to design and assess via rubrics in AC 7-10 Science for assignment and practical work
  • How to design, structure and execute differentiated assessments in the 7-10 science classroom (+ examples!) – practicals and assignments!
  • 7-10 Scientific reports – what should we put in there? What is appropriate?
  • Moderation of student work and standard setting in each year level

The session will give you an opportunity to work on your own tasks, share with the group, moderate your own student work and engage in professional discussions about marking – so please bring plenty!

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2024 Stage 2 Nutrition Marking & Moderation Workshop

An opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to samples of work, as well as to have invaluable professional input with their own student samples. An opportunity to readjust marking standards prior to final moderation.

Tasks that will be discussed include the design practical and science as a human endeavour investigation and marking of SATs, including the case study and in particular short answer and extended response test style questions, including SHE responses.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring examples of your own students' work.

Presenter: Lyndon Parry

Intended audience: Stage 2 Nutrition teachers

 

Details

Date:

Time: 9.00 am - 3.00 pm

Venue: Education Development Centre

Bookings close: 21/08/2024

Event Pricing

Type Regular price
Personal Member (1 day) $160.00
Joint Member (1 day) $160.00
Corporate Member - SA School (1 day) $205.00
Non-Member (1 day) $250.00
SASTA Student Member (1 day) $55.00
1st Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00
2nd Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00

Description

An opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to samples of work, as well as to have invaluable professional input with their own student samples. An opportunity to readjust marking standards prior to final moderation.

Tasks that will be discussed include the design practical and science as a human endeavour investigation and marking of SATs, including the case study and in particular short answer and extended response test style questions, including SHE responses.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring examples of your own students' work.

Presenter: Lyndon Parry

Intended audience: Stage 2 Nutrition teachers

 

Program: 

9.00am - Registration

9.15am - Overview of the performance standards

9.30am – Design Investigation, Case Study and Science as a Human Endeavour

10.30am – sharing of successful teaching, practical, excursion ideas

10.45am - Morning Tea

11.00am - Mock moderation and benchmarking - recognising grade bands in samples

12.30pm - Lunch

1pm - Group moderating exercise (bring student Folio and SAT samples from your school to moderate and confirm your grades)

2pm – Marking and creating exam/test-style questions (bring test samples from your school)

2.30pm - Questions

3.00pm - Close

* Program may be subject to change

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2024 Stage 2 Chemistry Marking & Moderation Workshop

An opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to samples of work, as well as to have invaluable professional input with their own student samples. An opportunity to readjust marking standards prior to final moderation.

Tasks that will be discussed include the deconstruct and design task, science as a human endeavour investigation and marking of SATs, in particular short answer and extended response questions, including SHE responses.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring examples of your own students' work.

Intended audience: Stage 2 Chemistry teachers

Presenter: Glen Arthur

 

Check out some of the comments from the 2023 workshop attendees:

  • Glen was so helpful in providing oustanding resources which he encouraged us all to use. Setting the standards was very important to allow levelling of current results.
  • Thank you. Once again, Glen was very generous with his advice, support and exemplars. Vital in helping me tune my skills.
  • A very enjoyable day, lots of info and thought-provoking ideas re marking which I will endeavour to incorporate into my teaching.

Details

Date:

Time: 9.00 am - 3.00 pm

Venue: Education Development Centre

Bookings close: 21/08/2024

Event Pricing

Type Regular price
Personal Member (1 day) $160.00
Joint Member (1 day) $160.00
Corporate Member - SA School (1 day) $205.00
Non-Member (1 day) $250.00
SASTA Student Member (1 day) $55.00
1st Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00
2nd Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00

Description

An opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to samples of work, as well as to have invaluable professional input with their own student samples. An opportunity to readjust marking standards prior to final moderation.

Tasks that will be discussed include the deconstruct and design task, science as a human endeavour investigation and marking of SATs, in particular short answer and extended response questions, including SHE responses.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring examples of your own students' work.

Intended audience: Stage 2 Chemistry teachers

Presenter: Glen Arthur

 

Check out some of the comments from the 2023 workshop attendees:

  • Glen was so helpful in providing oustanding resources which he encouraged us all to use. Setting the standards was very important to allow levelling of current results.
  • Thank you. Once again, Glen was very generous with his advice, support and exemplars. Vital in helping me tune my skills.
  • A very enjoyable day, lots of info and thought-provoking ideas re marking which I will endeavour to incorporate into my teaching.

Program: 

9.00am - Registration

9.15am - Overview of the performance standards

9.30am - Deconstruction and Design and Science as a Human Endeavour

10.45am - Morning Tea

11.00am - Mock moderation and benchmarking - recognising grade bands in samples

12noon - Lunch

12.30pm - Group marking exercise (bring samples from your school)

1.30pm - Marking exam-style questions (bring test samples from your school)

2.30pm - Questions

3.00pm - Close

* Program may be subject to change

  Book now

2024 Stage 2 Biology Marking & Moderation Workshop

Presenter: Dr Kathy Adams, Horizon Christian School

An opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to samples of work, as well as to have invaluable professional input with their own student samples. An opportunity to readjust marking standards prior to final moderation.

Tasks that will be discussed include the deconstruct and design task, science as a human endeavour investigation and marking of SATs, in particular short answer and extended response questions, including SHE responses.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring complete or near complete portfolios of both Investigations and Skills and Application Tasks across a range of grade boundaries.

Intended audience: Stage 2 Biology teachers

 

Check out some of the comments from the 2023 workshop attendees:

  • Presenter is excellent and very experienced
  • Many opportunities to communicate with other teachers
  • Excellent content for my future teaching

Details

Date:

Time: 9.00 am - 3.00 pm

Venue: Education Development Centre

Bookings close: 28/08/2024

Event Pricing

Type Regular price
Personal Member (1 day) $160.00
Joint Member (1 day) $160.00
Corporate Member - SA School (1 day) $205.00
Non-Member (1 day) $250.00
SASTA Student Member (1 day) $55.00
1st Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00
2nd Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00

Description

Presenter: Dr Kathy Adams, Horizon Christian School

An opportunity for teachers to discuss assessment and the application of the performance standards to samples of work, as well as to have invaluable professional input with their own student samples. An opportunity to readjust marking standards prior to final moderation.

Tasks that will be discussed include the deconstruct and design task, science as a human endeavour investigation and marking of SATs, in particular short answer and extended response questions, including SHE responses.

NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS:  Please bring complete or near complete portfolios of both Investigations and Skills and Application Tasks across a range of grade boundaries.

Intended audience: Stage 2 Biology teachers

 

Check out some of the comments from the 2023 workshop attendees:

  • Presenter is excellent and very experienced
  • Many opportunities to communicate with other teachers
  • Excellent content for my future teaching

Program: 

9.00am - Registration

9.15am - Overview of the performance standards

9.30am - Deconstruction and Design and Science as a Human Endeavour (SHE and SAT tasks)

10.45am - Morning Tea

11.00am - Mock moderation and benchmarking - recognising grade bands in samples

12noon - Lunch

12.30pm - Group marking exercise (bring samples from your school)

1.30pm - Marking exam-style questions (bring test samples from your school)

2.30pm - Questions

3.00pm - Close

* Program may be subject to change

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Members Networking and Nibbles

We are excited to invite you to an exclusive afternoon of great conversation, networking, and refreshments.

Event Details:

Date: 4th September

Time: 4:00pm-5:30pm

Location: Brickmakers Arms, 36 Chief St, Brompton, SA, 5007

What to Expect:

Connect: Whether you're a seasoned member or new to the community, this event is the perfect chance to expand your network and enrich your professional journey.

Indulge: Indulge in a selection of snacks and your first drink is on us!

Your Feedback Matters: We value your input and insights! Take this opportunity to weigh in with your feedback and suggestions. Is there anything our association can be doing better? Your opinions shape the future of our community.

We can't wait to celebrate with you and express our gratitude for your continued support and contributions to our science community. See you at the Members Networking and Nibbles event!

Details

Date:

Time: 4.00pm-5.30pm

Venue: Brickmakers Arms, 36 Chief St, Brompton, SA, 5007

Bookings close: 30/08/2024

Event Pricing

Type Regular price
Personal Member (1 day) $0.00
Corporate Member - SA School (1 day) $0.00
1st Year of Teaching Member (1 day) $0.00
2nd Year of Teaching Member (1 day) $0.00
Student Member (1 day) $0.00
Joint Member (1 day) $0.00
Life Member (1 day) $0.00
Retired Member (1 day) $0.00
Corporate Membership - Business or Interstate School (1 day) $0.00

Description

We are excited to invite you to an exclusive afternoon of great conversation, networking, and refreshments.

Event Details:

Date: 4th September

Time: 4:00pm-5:30pm

Location: Brickmakers Arms, 36 Chief St, Brompton, SA, 5007

What to Expect:

Connect: Whether you're a seasoned member or new to the community, this event is the perfect chance to expand your network and enrich your professional journey.

Indulge: Indulge in a selection of snacks and your first drink is on us!

Your Feedback Matters: We value your input and insights! Take this opportunity to weigh in with your feedback and suggestions. Is there anything our association can be doing better? Your opinions shape the future of our community.

We can't wait to celebrate with you and express our gratitude for your continued support and contributions to our science community. See you at the Members Networking and Nibbles event!

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MEMBERS FREE Webinar Series: Navigating the Decon and Design Task at Stage I and II – Teaching and Assessment

 Presenter: Jason Greenslade, Curriculum Leader Science, Westminster School

This webinar will be a condensed version of the all day workshop in which we examine introduction and assessment of the design and deconstruction task to Stage I and II scientists.

Some live moderation and marking will take place and it will be interactively streamed from the Westminster Digital Delivery Lab.

Perfect for those people who missed out on the workshop earlier in the year!

Check out some of the comments from previous webinar attendees:

  • I found all the resources presented were great. I took a lot away from this webinar. I will be excited to join in any future webinars. Thank you so much!
  • The resources shared by the presenter and other teachers were helpful!

Details

Date:

Time: 9.00am - 12.00pm

Venue: Online

Bookings close: 12/09/2024

Event Pricing

Type Regular price
Personal Member (1 day) $0.00
Corporate Member - SA School (1 day) $0.00
1st Year of Teaching Member (1 day) $0.00
2nd Year of Teaching Member (1 day) $0.00
Student Member (1 day) $0.00
Joint Member (1 day) $0.00
Life Member (1 day) $0.00
Retired Member (1 day) $0.00
Corporate Membership - Business or Interstate School (1 day) $0.00

Description

 Presenter: Jason Greenslade, Curriculum Leader Science, Westminster School

This webinar will be a condensed version of the all day workshop in which we examine introduction and assessment of the design and deconstruction task to Stage I and II scientists.

Some live moderation and marking will take place and it will be interactively streamed from the Westminster Digital Delivery Lab.

Perfect for those people who missed out on the workshop earlier in the year!

Check out some of the comments from previous webinar attendees:

  • I found all the resources presented were great. I took a lot away from this webinar. I will be excited to join in any future webinars. Thank you so much!
  • The resources shared by the presenter and other teachers were helpful!

  Book now

2024 Leading in Science Workshop

Calling all science leaders and budding leaders!

This session is intended for people who are current science department leaders or aspire to be one! Come along and network with other like-minded individuals whilst learning some new skills which might help you either in your current role, in the future or to further enhance the learning and teaching at your school.

Presenter: Jason Greenslade

 

Check out some of the comments from the 2023 workshop attendees:

  • I thought this workshop was great. It was engaging, interactive and stacks of strategies were discussed/used which will help as a leader, but also act as a good reminder of what we need to do in our own classes too.
  • I was highly impressed with the quality of this PD. It was engaging, insightful and well managed.
  • I really liked it and it was absolutely relevant to the leadership role. Jason was honest, blunt and relatable. 

Details

Date:

Time: 9.00 am - 3.00 pm

Venue: Education Development Centre

Bookings close: 13/11/2024

Event Pricing

Type Regular price
Personal Member (1 day) $160.00
Joint Member (1 day) $160.00
Corporate Member - SA School (1 day) $205.00
Non-Member (1 day) $250.00
SASTA Student Member (1 day) $55.00
1st Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00
2nd Year of Teaching (1 day) $160.00

Description

Calling all science leaders and budding leaders!

This session is intended for people who are current science department leaders or aspire to be one! Come along and network with other like-minded individuals whilst learning some new skills which might help you either in your current role, in the future or to further enhance the learning and teaching at your school.

Presenter: Jason Greenslade

 

Check out some of the comments from the 2023 workshop attendees:

  • I thought this workshop was great. It was engaging, interactive and stacks of strategies were discussed/used which will help as a leader, but also act as a good reminder of what we need to do in our own classes too.
  • I was highly impressed with the quality of this PD. It was engaging, insightful and well managed.
  • I really liked it and it was absolutely relevant to the leadership role. Jason was honest, blunt and relatable. 

Topics covered will include:

  • Leading learning and teaching – some ways to organise work and processes in a modern science faculty
    • Setting high (but achievable) standards for students
    • Timetabling - putting people in the right places
    • Organisation of faculty work jobs and roles (leaders within a faculty)
  • Working consistently – tasks, pedagogy and process
    • A framework for consistency in tasks, planning and execution whilst encouraging individuality within classroom instruction
  • Running effective meetings – use of agendas and minutes effectively
  • Managing staff performance in learning and teaching
  • How to encourage staff ‘buy-in’ and handle change
  • Lesson observations as a tool for moving to reflective practise – how to encourage and embed the use of the AITSL standards
    • Including how to conduct lesson observations
  • How to effectively gather student data on learning and teaching
  • Review processes + processes for improvement
    • Goal setting and review
    • Using data for improvement – ICAS, results, SACE etc.
    • How to write a targeted action plan for strategic improvement + how to review it
    • Faculty based internal moderation – how to organise, carry out and review
    • Pedagogy sharing and its importance + getting the most out of PL
  • Laboratory technicians and laboratories – encouraging best practice and performance + potential ways to organise labs to streamline practical management
  • Online Practical Ordering – options and usefulness
  • New buildings? Considerations and what we learned from our building programme and new laboratories

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