Events Calendar

 

February – March 2015

Feb 18 Wed
ICT Peer Coaching 18th – 20th February 2015, Melbourne VIC
Feb 18 – Friday all-day
When: February 18th – 20th, 2015
Where: Computelec Office

Ground, 477 Williamstown Road,

Port Melbourne 3207, VIC Australia
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Cost: Early bird special $895 Ex. GST*
Normal price $1295 Ex. GST
Contact: Rowena Ulbrick, Expanding Learning Horizons
1300 653 164 E-mail

 

The ICT Peer Coaching Accreditation consists of 3 face-to-face full day workshops and 2 online sessions. At the end of the course each participant is accredited as a coach and also a facilitator, enabling them to coach and certify other teachers within their school as ICT Peer Coaches.

The course aims to not only improve teachers’ use of technology in teaching and learning, but also train them in the use of specific language and reflective processes that will help them coach other teachers. This will ensure that the coaching program can be cost effectively scaled, developing a school-based team of coaches.

*Early bird special valid until 28th January 2015

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Mar 4 Wed
ICT Peer Coaching 4th – 6th March 2015, Brisbane
Mar 4 – Friday all-day
When: March 4th – 6th, 2015
Where: Microsoft Brisbane – Level 28, 400 George Street, Brisbane
Cost: Early bird special $895 Ex. GST*
Normal price $1295 Ex. GST
Contact: Rowena Ulbrick, Expanding Learning Horizons
1300 653 164 E-mail

 

The ICT Peer Coaching Accreditation consists of 3 face-to-face full day workshops and 2 online sessions. At the end of the course each participant is accredited as a coach and also a facilitator, enabling them to coach and certify other teachers within their school as ICT Peer Coaches.

The course aims to not only improve teachers’ use of technology in teaching and learning, but also train them in the use of specific language and reflective processes that will help them coach other teachers. This will ensure that the coaching program can be cost effectively scaled, developing a school-based team of coaches.

*Early bird special valid until 11th February 2015

Register Now

 

Mar 5 Thu
21CLD Program – 5th – 6th March 2015 – Perth
Mar 5 – Friday all-day
When: March 5th -6th
Where: Hale School – 160 Hale Road, Wembley Downs, 6019, WA
Cost: $695.00 ex GST (this includes 2 online sessions)
Contact: Rowena Ulbrick,
1300 653 164
E-mail

 

There is a growing awareness of 21st Century Learning (21CL), especially since it has been reflected within the Australian National Curriculum. There is also a wide appreciation of its value, which is supported by a wealth of evidence from educational researchers. However, as yet, few teachers know how to design lessons to put it into practice.
 
Here’s an opportunity to take the lead in your school and discover, as one participant puts it: “being a part of something new and exciting; allowing me to increase my skills and learning whilst teaching my students.”
 
Over two days you’ll work together with other teachers in a collaborative and supportive environment to understand:
 
·         The six skill-sets today’s students will need in the workplace and their future lives
·         The innovative rubrics for measuring use of these skills in classroom and project work
·         How 21CLD links in with the Australian Curriculum
·         How to create a compelling case for 21CL in your school
 
You’ll also learn how to code and redesign your own curriculum, to get you started on implementing 21CL on your return to school. An online discussion with fellow participants six weeks later will give you the opportunity to share your successes and discuss overcoming any roadblocks you may have encountered.




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Mar 12 Thu
21CLD Program – 12th – 13th March 2015 – Melbourne
Mar 12 – Friday all-day
When: March 12th – 13th
Where: Computelec Office,
Ground Floor, 477 Williamstown Road, Port Melbourne
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Cost: $695.00 ex GST (this includes 2 online sessions)
Contact: Rowena Ulbrick,
1300 653 164 E-mail

 

There is a growing awareness of 21st Century Learning (21CL), especially since it has been reflected within the Australian National Curriculum. There is also a wide appreciation of its value, which is supported by a wealth of evidence from educational researchers. However, as yet, few teachers know how to design lessons to put it into practice.
Here’s an opportunity to take the lead in your school and discover, as one participant puts it: “being a part of something new and exciting; allowing me to increase my skills and learning whilst teaching my students.”
Over two days you’ll work together with other teachers in a collaborative and supportive environment to understand:
·         The six skill-sets today’s students will need in the workplace and their future lives
·         The innovative rubrics for measuring use of these skills in classroom and project work
·         How 21CLD links in with the Australian Curriculum
·         How to create a compelling case for 21CL in your school
You’ll also learn how to code and redesign your own curriculum, to get you started on implementing 21CL on your return to school. An online discussion with fellow participants six weeks later will give you the opportunity to share your successes and discuss overcoming any roadblocks you may have encountered.

Register Now

Mar 16 Mon
21CLD Program – 16th – 17th March 2015 – Brisbane
Mar 16 – Tuesday all-day
When: March 16th – 17th
Where:

Microsoft Brisbane – Level 28, 400 George Street, Brisbane

Cost: $695.00 ex GST (this includes 2 online sessions)
Contact: Rowena Ulbrick
1300 653 164
E-mail

 

There is a growing awareness of 21st Century Learning (21CL), especially since it has been reflected within the Australian National Curriculum. There is also a wide appreciation of its value, which is supported by a wealth of evidence from educational researchers. However, as yet, few teachers know how to design lessons to put it into practice.
 
Here’s an opportunity to take the lead in your school and discover, as one participant puts it: “being a part of something new and exciting; allowing me to increase my skills and learning whilst teaching my students.”
 
Over two days you’ll work together with other teachers in a collaborative and supportive environment to understand:
 
·         The six skill-sets today’s students will need in the workplace and their future lives
·         The innovative rubrics for measuring use of these skills in classroom and project work
·         How 21CLD links in with the Australian Curriculum
·         How to create a compelling case for 21CL in your school
 
You’ll also learn how to code and redesign your own curriculum, to get you started on implementing 21CL on your return to school. An online discussion with fellow participants six weeks later will give you the opportunity to share your successes and discuss overcoming any roadblocks you may have encountered.




Register Now

Mar 26 Thu
21CLD Program – 26th – 27th March 2015 – Adelaide
Mar 26 – Friday all-day
When: March 26th -27th
Where: Microsoft Adelaide – Level 12, 147 Pirie Street, Adelaide
Cost: $695.00 ex GST (this includes 2 online sessions)
Contact: Rowena Ulbrick
1300 653 164
E-mail

 

There is a growing awareness of 21st Century Learning (21CL), especially since it has been reflected within the Australian National Curriculum. There is also a wide appreciation of its value, which is supported by a wealth of evidence from educational researchers. However, as yet, few teachers know how to design lessons to put it into practice.
 
Here’s an opportunity to take the lead in your school and discover, as one participant puts it: “being a part of something new and exciting; allowing me to increase my skills and learning whilst teaching my students.”
 
Over two days you’ll work together with other teachers in a collaborative and supportive environment to understand:
 
·         The six skill-sets today’s students will need in the workplace and their future lives
·         The innovative rubrics for measuring use of these skills in classroom and project work
·         How 21CLD links in with the Australian Curriculum
·         How to create a compelling case for 21CL in your school
 
You’ll also learn how to code and redesign your own curriculum, to get you started on implementing 21CL on your return to school. An online discussion with fellow participants six weeks later will give you the opportunity to share your successes and discuss overcoming any roadblocks you may have encountered.




Register Now