If you are a teacher and you require further information, please contact. Schools are reminded that study of the texts prescribed for the Year 12 course may not begin before the completion of the Year 11 course. What if we no longer assigned grades? Also, rates inclusive of buffet breakfast and internet. Complete the by 7 August 2017. We look forward to meeting virtually with teachers to ensure the content of the language-specific K-10 syllabuses is relevant and appropriate for the students in your languages classes. Implementation of the new course prescriptions will commence from Term 1 2018. Thank you to everyone who took part.
As a DoE teacher, i f you'd like to be part of our consultation, here's what you need to do: 1. Matt lists his strengths as integrity, honesty and accuracy, all of which are critical components when building and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders. Carefully read through the draft syllabus which is relevant to you. Key themes include defining transnational threats, regional terrorism, evaluation of regional and local responses, sharing of best practices, and strategies for cooperation. This also applies to the study of a prescribed text in another medium, such as the film of a novel. Teachers seeking accreditation at Highly Accomplished level should submit an abstract for a paper or poster presentation, to share science education research that they have conducted in their own classroom or school, or beyond. Stakeholder consultations Interested in upcoming? If you were not able to join the Adobe Connect webinar, the recording 24 minutes can be accessed via.
Implementation of new school-based assessment requirements for all Stage 6 Languages courses will commence with Year 11 from Term 1 2018, and Year 12 from Term 4 2018. All schools are encouraged to take part. It includes a short video and an article with advice for students o f all language courses on preparing for the oral and written exams. If you have any areas of concern or strength within any of the draft languages syllabuses, please submit via email to by Thursday 29 June 2017. Attend the session on Wednesday 28 June 3:30-4:30pm by logging into. Students can access their personalised exam timetables via their account. Executive Seminar These flagship courses seek to stimulate dialogue on strategic issues affecting the Near East South Asia region among national security professionals.
Teachers are encouraged to download and critically review the content in the language-specific draft K-10 syllabuses which can be accessed on the. . Combating Transnational Threats Designed for security practitioners, these seminars seek to build capacity and enhance regional partnerships. Make sure you're receiving the latest updates. The survey aims to identify ways to resource the teaching of writing in Australian schools and provide teachers with more support such as subject-specific professional development.
The new requirements reflect the reforms and provide a consistent approach to school-based assessment for all Stage 6 courses. Teachers are encouraged to download and critically review the content in the language-specific draft K-10 syllabuses. Additional support materials including sample scope and sequences, sample teaching units and sample assessment activities will be available in Term 3, 2017. What if all assessments were formative? All information including the draft syllabuses can be accessed on the. The new syllabuses will be available in an interactive online format later in 2017. What if collaborative replaced competitive? What if we redefine success? Further information and the link to the survey can be accessed on the.
Additional exam advice and resources for students can be accessed on the. And Steve Barkley in his Saturday keynote explored how to build a culture of coaching in schools to generate teacher learning that impacts student success. Download the relevant draft language-specific K-10 syllabus from the. It should take about 30 minutes to complete the survey and data will be confidential and de-identified. If you haven't participated in an Adobe Connect session before, please download the 'how-to' guide below and follow the instructions. WriteOn 2017 - entries are now open WriteOn provides students in Years 1 — 6 with the opportunity to become published authors.
It enables early intervention if problems arise and encourages the building of quality relationships that increase opportunities for repeat business. Please include the following details to ensure your concerns can be clearly understood and incorporated in our response: Language: Issue: Content with page numbers as reference: eg. Linguistic and cultural diversity enhances employability The started on Saturday 5 August and continue until Saturday 9 September. What if every student had a passion project? Note that this workshop does not cover specific claiming processes and systems available through the Department of Employment Learning Centre or organisational quality systems training. It discusses techniques for building job seeker and employer engagement, identifying potential risks after placement, planning interventions to reduce risk, tracking continuity of placements, and implementing recovery strategies to maintain employment continuity for claiming outcomes. Contact details: Janelle Byrne on 9266 8540 or The new course prescriptions for Stage 6 Language and Literature courses in , , and 2019-2023 are now available.
If you haven't participated in an Adobe Connect session before, please download the 'how-to' guide below and follow the instructions. Note: Other education sectors run their own consultation. Watch the and read the. New school-based assessment requirements, and new sample assessment schedules, for all Stage 6 courses are now available. Senior Executive Seminar Tailored to the needs of senior policymakers, and shorter than the executive seminar, this course brings general and flag level military officers and their civilian counterparts ambassadors and assistant ministers to Washington for workshops focusing on the key foreign policy issues currently facing the region. Schools and teachers are advised of the following implementation timetable, which details when the syllabuses are to be introduced.