FREE Professional Development for Teachers, Educational Support Staff, Graduates & Educational Leaders as a part of your Union Membership

About The Program

Partnering with the Teacher Learning Network (TLN), the IEU Victoria Tasmania are proud to offer members access to a suite of courses specifically designed as a part of your union membership.

The 2020 program of courses is divided into four categories: Teachers, Educational Support Staff, Graduate Teachers, and Educational Leaders.

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Building Your Digital Literacy

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Course Description: A one hour introduction to the basics of remote learning that has good quality information about the skill set that all teachers and educators should aim to develop to keep up with digital technology for the classroom.

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Course Description: How to create digital resources for your students – useful for remote learning, flipped classrooms and when students have absences from school.

TLN Course Code: ALLL1987

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Course Description: This course taps into the growing research on neuroscience and how it helps teachers understand what is happening for students in the learning process. It has practical ideas for the classroom.

TLN Course Code: L8021

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Course Description: This works for the remote classroom or the traditional classroom – ideas on how to teach children about evaluating the credibility of online information

TLN Course Code: L8095

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Course Description: This is a session on online safety – important for all teachers and educators

TLN Course Code: L8023

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Course Description: Three practical ideas that will work for primary teachers looking to introduce numeracy elements in to their cross-curriculum projects.

TLN Course Code: STLN2056

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Course Description: This course explores how to setup a reading program that will support and encourage students to read outside of the classroom environment.

TLN Course Code: SPP813

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Course Description: This course was designed for early childhood educators

TLN Course Code: L8091

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Course Description: The Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET) learning model focuses on High Impact Teaching Strategies (HITS). These are instructional practices that reliably increase student learning. Using John Hattie’s research the HITS encourage teachers to be explicit in their teaching to enable students to better understand the work they are doing. This session will consider the research around Success Criteria and Learning Intentions. It will investigate how to write Success Criteria that link to the Learning Intention and relate to each activity through the whole lesson.

Presenter: Abbey Boyer

TLN Course Code: SIEU2009

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Course Description: With the instigation of NCCD as the model for disability, classroom teachers are needing to substantiate the adjustments being made within the classroom. As more and more administrative tasks are being asked of teachers, the need to find more efficient and manageable ways of providing the evidence required for NCCD becomes even more important. This session will look at specific ways teachers can potentially streamline and improve the management and recording of evidence required for NCCD.

Presenter: Jane Wenlock

TLN Course Code: SIEU2013

Date: TBA

Time: TBA

Course Description: Catering for students with differing needs is a challenge for every teacher. There are often additional and specific educational needs for Students with English as an Additional Language (EAL). Frequently this means that there is extra work that needs to be prepared or extra assistance that needs to be provided during class time. This session will explore how to incorporate the learning needs of EAL students into the mainstream planning process using practices that benefit all students. This will include understanding the prior-educational experiences of EAL students and will present practical ideas and evidence-based tools to help assist these students and include them in whole class activities.

Presenter: Abigail Bose

TLN Course Code: SIEU2018

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Course Description: Data has value to teaching when it informs the teacher about what the students are learning and how to target lesson planning. Data has value for student learning when it helps students to understand the progress they have made and when it fits into a continuum of learning that encourages them to recognise and take ownership of their own progress. This session will explore how data can be used and collected in a continuous assessment process to inform teaching and to support students setting learning goals. The session will focus on practical examples of data analysis.

Presenter: Selena Fisk

TLN Course Code: SIEU2014

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Course Description: With the instigation of NCCD as the model for disability, classroom teachers are needing to substantiate the adjustments being made within the secondary classroom environment. As more and more administrative tasks are being asked of teachers, the need to find more efficient and manageable ways of providing the evidence required for NCCD becomes even more important. This session will look at specific ways secondary school teachers can potentially streamline and improve the management and recording of evidence required for NCCD.

Presenter: Jane Wenlock

TLN Course Code: SIEU2015

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Course Description: What if you could reduce the amount of time that you spend reviewing and correcting student work and still see better results in terms of student learning? In this session the presenter will share classroom-tested strategies that lessen teachers’ workload while increasing class participation and learning outcomes. The strategies include questioning technique, formative assessment techniques, modifications to summative assessment tasks and involving the students in the correction process.

Presenter: Lori Pereira

TLN Course Code: SIEU2012

Date: 22 July 2020

Time: 5.00pm to 6.00pm

Course Description: Modern classrooms have access to an incredible variety of technology. There are powerful tools at our fingertips that are often under utilised. It takes a little bit of creativity to use these tools in different ways that enable students to become more engaged and consolidate ideas effectively. This session will look at the features of Microsoft Word and how graphics and images can be used to improve the development of resources and support curriculum delivery.

Presenter: Daniel Cohen

TLN Course Code: SIEU2026

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Date: 22 July 2020

Time: 6.30pm to 7.30pm

Course Description: Achieving a balance between your personal and professional time is essential for you to become an effective teacher and for you to enjoy a social and family life. It is possible to achieve that balance. In this session the presenter will:

  1. Invite you to reflect on how you use your time and to identify any areas where you can reorganise to achieve a better balance
  2. Invite you to examine the practices in your schools – are they consistent with supporting teachers to lead balanced life
  3. Encourage you to be active in managing workload expectations at an industry level by working collectively as IEU members

When time management is considered at these three levels, strategic and practical time management responses can be developed.

Presenter: To Be Confirmed

TLN Course Code: SIEU2030

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Date: 5 August 2020

Time: 5.00pm to 6.00pm

Course Description: The majority of students are able to take ownership of their own actions within the classroom. Many students, particularly those with ASD, do not have the skills to be able to recognise and act on the classroom expectations placed upon them. Behavioural expectations often need to be explicitly taught and practiced as a class as. This session will outline approaches to teaching social and emotional skills for students with ASD that can be incorporated into the regular routine to benefit all students.

Presenter: Jane Wenlock

TLN Course Code: SIEU2019

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Date: 5 August 2020

Time: 6.30pm to 7.30pm

Course Description: The Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET) learning model focuses on High Impact Teaching Strategies (HITS). These are instructional practices that reliably increase student learning. Asking the right questions and providing appropriate feedback form part of good teaching practice. Being able to do this effectively can redirect students to a deeper understanding and higher order thinking. This session will unpack what good questioning and feedback is and explore strategies to use in the classroom to encourage higher engagement and improve student outcomes.

Presenter: Coby Beatson

TLN Course Code: SIEU2010

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Date: 5 August 2020

Time: 8.00pm to 9.00pm

Course Description: The Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET) learning model focuses on High Impact Teaching Strategies (HITS). These are instructional practices that reliably increase student learning. This session will explore the concept of multiple exposures, explaining the benefits of it for students, what makes it work and the challenges that are presented. Differentiation will be explored as a complementary strategy to Multiple Exposures. This session will discuss the theory behind these terms and also identify some practical strategies that can be put into practice in classrooms.

Presenter: Abbey Boyer

TLN Course Code: SIEU2011

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Date: 19 August 2020

Time: 5.00pm to 6.00pm

Course Description: One of the greatest rewards of teaching is knowing the positive difference that can be made in the lives of students. Teachers commit to providing a positive educational experience for all students but this can easily become overwhelming if we shoulder the burdens of our students. Paradoxically if we put too much effort into caring for all students then we are unable to care for any students effectively. This session will look at practical strategies to ensure that your caring role can be managed appropriately within sensible boundaries. It is essential that teachers are able to recognise what can and can’t be controlled to make sure that energy is focussed on achieving productive outcomes and we avoid burning out.

Presenter: Jo Alford

TLN Course Code: SIEU2031

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Date: 19 August 2020

Time: 6.30pm to 7.30pm

Course Description: Working in a school requires interaction with a wide range of people in the school community. It can be challenging to have conversations with people in various roles particularly when there is a lack of understanding of what everyone’s role or authority is. This course will look at practical strategies for staff working in the educational support role to have conversations in difficult circumstances with students staff and the wider community.

Presenter: Jane Langley

TLN Course Code: SIEU2029

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Date: 19 August 2020

Time: 8.00pm to 9.00pm

Course Description: It can be very challenging to manage a classroom when one or more students exhibit extremely disruptive or concerning behaviour. Being able to intervene effectively is an important skill but can be difficult to get right in different situations. Putting effective preventative strategies in place is an important consideration. This session will outline preventative strategies as well as strategies that can be used in the heat of the moment, including the use of assertive dialogue to avoid undue aggression or anxiety.

Presenter: David Vinegrad

TLN Course Code: SIEU2017

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Date: 2 September 2020

Time: 5.00pm to 6.30pm

Course Description: It is helpful to have a plan as you move toward retirement. For many the ideal is a transition to retirement plan including part time work. In this panel session, one presenter will inform you about the industrial issues associated with changing your employment status. It is important to have a financial plan, and a second presenter will set out some of the financial issues that you will need to consider. If you can afford to retire, you will need to think through how your life will change, once you no longer have the anchor of your teaching role. A third presenter will explore some of the social and emotional issues for you to consider.

Presenter: To Be Confirmed

TLN Course Code: SIEU2029

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Date: 14 October 2020

Time: 5.00pm to 6.00pm

Course Description: The collection of data is something that teachers do regularly but being able to interpret that data accurately and lead colleagues through the narrative that data presents can be challenging. This session will establish the importance of teams using data to analyse the impact of their work on student NAPLAN results which will result in leading a team to use data more effectively. The examples covered in this course will include: Considering NAPLAN scores over time – tracking a cohort, and, Considering NAPLAN scores over time – tracking the impact of a program. The presenter, Dr. Selina Fisk, has recently published a book, Using and Analysing Data in Australian Schools.

Presenter: Selena Fisk

TLN Course Code: SIEU2016

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Date: 14 October 2020

Time: 6.30pm to 7.30pm

Course Description: Communicating in writing with leaders, colleagues, stakeholders and the wider school community is an important part of many roles in a school. Deciding what information to focus on and how to highlight it can make a big difference to whether the other person feels informed and supportive of the school’s goals. This session will outline techniques for writing reports and newsletters to communicate with the school community and ensure that the right information is provided in the right way.

Presenter: Michael Victory

TLN Course Code: SIEU2027

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Course Description: This is an On Demand recording of the webinar ‘Navigating the Landscape’.

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Course Description: Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder may experience difficulty when planning, preparing for, getting started and completing work tasks. Poor executive function – the mental processes that enable us to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, and juggle multiple tasks successfully – is often a characteristic of ASD. Students with ASD can often feel overwhelmed or disconnected from classroom activities that sees other students thrive. This session will outline practical ideas and strategies for teaching task skills that will benefit all students whilst specifically catering to students with ASD.

Presenter: Gail Preston

TLN Course Code: SIEU2023

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Course Description: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) makes it difficult for people to inhibit their responses in everything from movement to speech to attentiveness. There is a need to cater for this within lessons but doing so can involve considerably more planning and preparation time. This session will explore the condition and how it manifests in the classroom and will outline an instructional practice framework to meet the needs of students with ADHD which can be built into regular practice to benefit the learning needs of all students in the classroom.

Presenter: Gail Preston

TLN Course Code: SIEU2024

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Course Description: Engaging with the curriculum can be difficult for a student when they experience challenges with literacy skills. For students with dyslexia, adjustments need to be made as the problems won’t simply go away with more practice. Teachers can create a learning environment and use instructional practices that address these issues and build the strategies into regular lesson planning. This will maximise the learning outcomes for all students. This session will explore a range of strategies that can be used to create a positive learning environment for all learning needs, with a particular focus on supporting students with dyslexia.

Presenter: Gail Preston

TLN Course Code: SIEU2025

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Date: 22 July 2020

Time: 5.00pm to 6.00pm

Course Description: Modern classrooms have access to an incredible variety of technology. There are powerful tools at our fingertips that are often under utilised. It takes a little bit of creativity to use these tools in different ways that enable students to become more engaged and consolidate ideas effectively. This session will look at the features of Microsoft Word and how graphics and images can be used to improve the development of resources and support curriculum delivery.

Presenter: Daniel Cohen

TLN Course Code: SIEU2026

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Date: 2 September 2020

Time: 5.00pm to 6.30pm

Course Description: It is helpful to have a plan as you move toward retirement. For many the ideal is a transition to retirement plan including part time work. In this panel session, one presenter will inform you about the industrial issues associated with changing your employment status. It is important to have a financial plan, and a second presenter will set out some of the financial issues that you will need to consider. If you can afford to retire, you will need to think through how your life will change, once you no longer have the anchor of your teaching role. A third presenter will explore some of the social and emotional issues for you to consider.

Presenter: To Be Confirmed

TLN Course Code: SIEU2029

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Date: 14 October 2020

Time: 6.30pm to 7.30pm

Course Description: Communicating in writing with leaders, colleagues, stakeholders and the wider school community is an important part of many roles in a school. Deciding what information to focus on and how to highlight it can make a big difference to whether the other person feels informed and supportive of the school’s goals. This session will outline techniques for writing reports and newsletters to communicate with the school community and ensure that the right information is provided in the right way.

Presenter: Michael Victory

TLN Course Code: SIEU2027

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Find some additional FREE Professional Development for Education Support Staff at the TLN’s Inclusive Practices website. This initiative is part of the Victorian Governments Strategic Partnership Program between the DET & the TLN and provides teachers and ES staff with free professional development programs focused around Inclusive Practices.

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Course Description: The teaching year can be like riding wild rapids. There are moments of calm and then a wild flurry of twists and turns. Along with the unexpected and the challenging, there are predictable events and peak moments. The better you understand the cycle of the teaching year, the more likely you are to avoid plunging over the waterfall. The presenter will outline 10 moments that impact on most teachers and suggest ways that you can successfully manage these moments.

Presenter: Belinda Webb

TLN Course Code: SGRD2001

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Course Description: There is a range of tasks beyond face to face teaching that are required of a classroom teacher. As a graduate, or early career teacher, it can be challenging to establish the priorities in each term, particularly when there are pressures such as report writing in term two. This session will explore the development of an effective work plan, that will still allow you the time to start planning for the completion of the VIT Inquiry (portfolio).

Presenter: Abbey Boyer

TLN Course Code: SIEU2020

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Course Description: This session will explore 10 strategies to manage students’ behaviour to encourage engagement, increase student productivity and develop a classroom environment that you and the students can enjoy. The focus will be on routines, respect and relationships.

Presenter: Josh Walker

TLN Course Code: SGRD2002

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Course Description: Assessment is the process of gathering, analysing and interpreting evidence about student performance. Formative assessment supports teachers to make informed and consistent judgements to improve student learning. In this session the presenter will explore the top 10 techniques he uses and how you can translate these techniques to your own classroom.

Presenter: David Innes

TLN Course Code: SGRD2003

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Course Description: The best students write stories with depth and meaning. They listen with intent for different voices and shades of meaning in the written and spoken word. They understand questions and assessment tasks in every subject. Expert teachers understand techniques and have strategies and resources to bring these qualities out in their students and literacy outcomes improve as a result. In this session the presenter will share 10 tips for improving literacy skills in your classroom.

Presenter: Tanya Whiteside

TLN Course Code: SGRD2005

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Course Description: Having reached the halfway point of the year and successfully completing the mid year reporting cycle it is important to regroup and evaluate the priorities for the next term. As we move into term three there are a number of tasks to focus on in the delivery of curriculum and the preparation of the VIT portfolio. This session will explore how to prioritise tasks that are coming in term three as well as look at efficient ways to start collating the materials needed for the VIT Inquiry (portfolio).

Presenter: Abbey Boyer

TLN Course Code: SIEU2021

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Course Description: Teachers should be constantly engaged in adjusting their teaching to create meaningful and engaging learning experiences for all students. In this session the presenter will outline the top 10 techniques she uses to differentiate the learning program for her students; covering ideas for struggling students and highly capable students (and everywhere in-between).

Presenter: Louise Dillon

TLN Course Code: SGRD2004

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Course Description: Your first parent teacher interviews meetings can be challenging. You can frame the meeting as a conversation in which you discover more about the child and his/her family. You can use the opportunity to find out what works with the child and the parents’ aspirations for the child. This session will introduce 10 conversation starters for parent-teacher meetings, and how you might manage the responses. This is about a ‘conversation’ not an ‘interview’.

Presenter: Lara Schendzielorz

TLN Course Code: SGRD2006

Date: 28 July 2020

Time: 7.30pm to 8.30pm

Course Description: It is now semester two and you have a chance to hit the refresh button. You can drop some instructional techniques that were not working and update those that ‘almost worked’. In this session an expert teacher will outline 10 instructional strategies that have worked for her and how you can transfer these to your own setting.

Presenter: Lori Pereira

TLN Course Code: SGRD2007

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Date: 11 August 2020

Time: 7.30pm to 8.30pm

Course Description: Teachers are surrounded by data and as a graduate, or early career teacher, you can feel overwhelmed by the amount of data, the requirement to process it and adjust your teaching in response to it. In this session the presenter will share her 10 tips to use data productively and effectively. It’s a short cut to becoming a data expert (like a cheat sheet)!

Presenter: Selena Fisk

TLN Course Code: SGRD2008

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Date: 2 September 2020

Time: 7.00pm to 8.00pm

Course Description: Starting term four can come with a range of unique pressures such as report writing and applying for jobs. These pressures are present in addition to your role in delivering educational outcomes for students and finalising the VIT Inquiry (portfolio). This session will explore the competing priorities and where your attention can be focused to support you to manage the workload and your time efficiently. This session will also look at the necessary steps needed to finalise the VIT Inquiry (portfolio) and deliver this significant piece of work.

Presenter: Abbey Boyer

TLN Course Code: SIEU2022

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Date: 8 September 2020

Time: 7.30pm to 8.30pm

Course Description: This is the time of the year when contract discussions might commence. It is also the time of the year when tiredness and illness can dominate your teaching experience. This is a good time to be talking with your Principal and senior leaders, but it can be daunting and difficult as a graduate. We have two experienced principals to share their Top 10 tips with you.

Presenter: Tim (AEU ) and Noel (IEU)

TLN Course Code: SGRD2009

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Date: 20 October 2020

Time: 7.30pm to 8.30pm

Course Description: This session builds on the popular carer advice session from 2019. This time the presenter will focus in on his Top 10 tips for job interviews. As you look to secure employment for the following year take this toolkit of skills into every job interview with you.

Presenter: Steve Whittington

TLN Course Code: SGRD2010

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In 2019, The TLN in partnership with the AEU & IEU launched the Graduate Top 100 program, a program that included a series of 10 webinars that outlined 10 top tips to assist graduates in the early years of their career. In 2020 we have continued this program and these courses are available to you in the graduate course list shown above.

To access the 2019 Top 100 courses, please click the button below to log into your TLN Portal and search the “Online Training” Catalogue to access the On Demand Recordings.

In addition to this. the TLN, in partnership with the presenters, developed a Graduate Top 100 Journal. Click the jouranl cover to access the 2019 Graduate Top 100 Journal.

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Course Description: In a formal leadership role, there is pressure to respond to and resolve conflict situations with colleagues. We often have a collegial relationship, with those colleagues, as teachers in the same group or team. It is important for leaders to further develop the social and emotional competencies required to move between their teaching role and their leadership role. This session will support leaders in their approach to managing challenging conversations with colleagues and will focus on practical conflict resolution skills to manage these challenging conversations.

Presenter: Katrina Bourke

TLN Course Code: SIEU2003

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Course Description: As leaders in schools we are often called to respond to difficult and challenging situations with parents and members of the community. This session will outline the social and emotional competencies needed to manage difficult conversations with parents and will explore proactive strategies to create a positive climate for parents to engage with the school and staff. This session will support new leaders in their approach to working effectively with parents and will focus on practical skills to manage these difficult conversations.

Presenter: Katrina Bourke

TLN Course Code: SIEU2004

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Course Description: Leaders are faced with complex decision-making processes that have a significant impact on student’s lives; it is important that leaders have basic counselling and support skills and techniques to use when having difficult or challenging conversations with students. This session will support leaders in their approach to counselling students effectively, focussing on practical skills for leaders who are not trained counsellors, but need to have courageous conversations with students.

Presenter: Katrina Bourke

TLN Course Code: SIEU2005

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Course Description: Leading a team of teachers should be a collegiate process but it raises challenges. Being led through a process of reflection and improvement by a peer can be confronting for some staff. In this session the presenter will outline key principles and skills for leaders who want to engage in coaching. The session will also explore some possible solutions for those challenging moments that occur when you are working as a coach with a colleague.

Presenter: Katrina Bourke

TLN Course Code: SIEU2001

Date: TBA

Time: TBA

Course Description: Schools are a hub for the community which bring together a range of people for the common purpose of ensuring a high quality education for all students. The effectiveness of a schools ability to focus on educational outcomes and sustain engagement with all members of the community depend on the communication decisions of the school. This session will look at fostering and encouraging relationships within the school to ensure that staff, students, parents and the wider education community are able to work together effectively and that everyone can contribute appropriately.

Presenter: David Videgrad

TLN Course Code: SIEU2002

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Date: 22 September 2020

Time: 10.00am to 11.30am

Course Description: Professional learning can take many forms and evaluating what that learning will contribute to the team is an important process. Being able to create an environment built on trust where staff in a team can share and analyse new learning and current practice can create a more fulfilling environment that leads to improved practices. This session will discuss strategies to seek engagement from your team enabling you to work together towards the goal of a team development plan to achieve better outcomes.

Presenter: Lori Pereira

TLN Course Code: SIEU2006

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Date: 22 September 2020

Time: 12.00pm to 1.30pm

Course Description: Leadership and management skills and knowledge are required in most roles in schools. This session will explore the difference between leadership and management. It will explore the skills required for each of those functions in a school setting and encourage the participants to reflect on the requirements of their current role. The message is that one is not more important than the other, but rather to know what is expected of you in a leadership role.

Presenter: Michael Victory

TLN Course Code: SIEU2007

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Date: 22 September 2020

Time: 2.00pm to 3.30pm

Course Description: While many teachers are performing work that extends beyond their current role, being able to articulate the new knowledge and skills that have been developed can be a challenge. This session will explore approaches for structuring an application with a leadership focus in mind. It will focus on addressing selection criteria for leadership positions for new and emerging leaders.

Presenter: Steve Whittington

TLN Course Code: SIEU2008

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