As schools prepare and finalise the student-free days at the end of the year and in January 2024, please find below a list of professional learning opportunities that can be customised and delivered at your school.
Should any of these themes align with your strategic needs, please reach out to secure a time and date.
- Project Based Learning, Service-Learning and/or Human-Centred Design – Introduction session, refresher or aligning to V9.
- Connected Curriculum Workshop – V9 curriculum mapping, adopting a collaborative approach to connected curriculum.
- Rebooting Learning Culture – an opportunity for key leaders and learning designers to check-in and strengthen the learning design methodology at your school.
- Assessment Literacy – Assessment refresher practices including moderation, developing valid, accessible, and reliable curriculum and assessment is developed with a focus on the quality assurance, alignment to Achievement Standards and making informed judgements.
- Leading Curriculum in a Lutheran School – Delivery of education programs in QLD – three levels of planning requirements. Curriculum audit tools and resources for curriculum leaders
- Filtering through the AI noise – what is essential, what do teachers need to know, and how can we embrace this innovation?
- Any other themes linked to innovation in pedagogy, learning and support for teachers to delve into their practice and learning about their learners.
External paid professional development LEQ can support schools with sourcing include:
- Dr Brenda Heyworth – Child, Adolescent and Family Psychiatrist, Facilitator and Educator has reached out and is available for whole staff and/or parent workshop on managing emotions in schools.
- Dr Selena Fisk – Access and understand the academic and learning data that your school hold; Co-construct school data plans and/or school improvement plans, and track achievement against those plans.
- Dr Jill Willis – Making space to learn in innovative learning environments (ILEs). Introduce the idea of a Salutogenic framework (manageable, comprehensible and meaningful) as a shared language to help teachers make sense of adapting their practices to ILEs.
Director of Learning and Innovation