Reinvigorating your Curriculum Planning
This workshop is designed for Primary Teachers and Secondary Teachers
It is that time of year where teachers everywhere are starting to put plans in place for 2018. And as another year of teaching, marking, report writing comes to an end, it can be hard to kick the brain into a creative space.
This workshop takes one of the best aspects of PD – networking with other teachers – and creates a fun workshop that’s all about getting the creative juices flowing and exploring all sorts of curriculum possibilities
This workshop is designed to:
- Reinvigorate your curriculum planning
- Provide an opportunity to reflect on the curriculum through the use of Art Costa’s ‘powerful questions’
- Ways to create ‘out of the box’ curriculum
- Creating an action plan: what next?
Narelle has completed her Bachelor of Science, with Honours, majoring in both English and Genetics. This an unusual combination of subject methods has resulted in some incredible opportunities for Narelle, allowing her to follow her passion and work creatively with a whole range of innovative curriculum initiatives, including designing curriculum for open learning spaces and rewriting curriculum. Her teaching has taken her to Cambodia to lead teacher training workshops in Battambang, and Science and English workshops for gifted and talented primary school students throughout Australia. Narelle has also worked as a Student Manager, as a leading teacher as Head of English and Literacy at a high performing girls’ school and a tutor in the Education Faculty at Monash University.
She is currently working on her PhD specifically looking at creativity, teacher beliefs, teacher practise and assessment strategies. Narelle has worked with a number of schools to help with strategically implementing the Australian Curriculum, creating differentiated curriculum, enhancing students’ writing and literacy skills, as well as the implementation of different learning and assessment strategies.