Whole School Planning for Embedding the Technologies Curriculum
Duration: 1-day program
Target group: experienced teacher-leaders, Leading Teachers, Learning Specialists and Assistant Principals from primary schools who have responsibility for the technology’s curriculum in their school
The technologies curriculum is not an add-on or yet another thing to do. In enacting it effectively the thinking frameworks will transform how learning occurs in your entire school. This one-day program will lay the foundational thinking for planning to address the technologies curriculum in the participants school. From the big picture context, to establishing routines and habits, to having school teams articulate the skills and dispositions they want their students to have.
Teacher-leaders will collaboratively map out their year using a range of planning documents and thinking tools. Teachers should bring along their current year level planners and use these as part of authentically looking at when and where they can embed the digital and design technologies throughout their curriculum. Teachers-leaders will leave with a draft plan for the year plus materials that will support their long-term planning.
DR ADRIAN BERTOLINI
Engaging, Insightful, Authoritative
Dr Adrian Bertolini is the founder and director of Learning for Intuyu Consulting. He is one of Australia’s foremost thought leaders on developing educational environments that empower and develop resilient, independent learners and leaders. Whilst his journey began as an engineer and Senior Lecturer in Aerospace Engineering at RMIT University, Adrian has spent 15 years partnering with students and teachers in primary, secondary and tertiary environments to transform educational practices.
REGISTRATION VIA AEU PROFESSIONAL LEARNING CENTRE
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Location: AEU Building at 126 Trenerry Crescent, Abbotsford
Course materials, morning tea and lunch provided
Cost-Member: $130.00 | Non-Member: $156.00 (including GST)
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