The Australian Curriculum: Developing a Guided Inquiry and Web 2.0 Approach | Melbourne

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Date: Friday 30th May, 2014
Time: 9.00am - 3.45pm
Location: Melbourne
Price: $299 (plus GST)
Accreditation: NSW Institute of Teachers to AITSL National Teaching Standards (see below for details)
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A one day seminar with Lyn Hay.

With the first phase of the Australian Curriculum approved by education ministers, this seminar is a timely opportunity to equip yourself with the skills required to identify opportunities for developing a Guided Inquiry and Web 2.0 approach to the National Curriculum. Delegates will evaluate their schools curriculum needs and design a new Guided Inquiry unit of work to support the National Curriculum outcomes. Delegates will find a wealth of new information, innovative ideas and best practices to put to use in their own libraries.

This seminar is designed for; teacher librarians, heads of library, classroom teachers, school principals and instructional learning teams.

Seminar participants will:

  • Analyse the National Curriculum for inquiry learning opportunities
  • Explore Guided Inquiry as an instructional framework for implementing the National Curriculum
  • Examine the potential applications of Web 2.0 technologies to support inquiry learning
  • Evaluate their school’s curriculum needs within the context of the National Curriculum
  • Design a new GI unit of work, or revise an existing curriculum unit into a GI unit to support National Curriculum outcomes

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