Important Information:

           Links to RSVP attendance for our events are not usually active until approximately two weeks before a session is scheduled to occur.


  Teachers, Lecturers, Pre Service Teachers, Education Assistants and School Leaders are welcome to attend any of our professional learning opportunities at any of the listed sites.

Paul Swan | Tackling Tables Yr 3-6 Workshop (North Metro Region)

Friday 2nd October | 10am - 12pm

Tables or basic multiplication facts continue to cause issues for some children. In this session, Paul will outline a sequence for teaching tables and the related division facts. Many different games and activities for building basic multiplication and division fact knowledge will be shared.

Admiral Park Community Centre // Admiral Grove, Heathridge (behind the IGA)

Paul Swan | From Counting to Calculatong (F-2) Workshop (North Metro Region)

Friday 2nd October | 12.30pm - 2.30pm

Paul will run through a sequence of activities designed to help children move from counting to adding single digit numbers (basic addition and number facts).

Admiral Park Community Centre // Admiral Grove, Heathridge (behind the IGA)

Maths 300 | Australia's best maths lessons Workshop (North Metro Region)

Friday 2nd October | 3pm - 4.30pm

Join us and Dr John West - the President of the Mathematical Association of Western Australia (MAWA) as we discuss the revival of Maths 300, an aspirational undertaking to bring together the best 300 maths lessons in Australia!

Admiral Park Community Centre // Admiral Grove, Heathridge (behind the IGA)

Diana Rigg | "How to use PLD effectively within the classroom" (Kindergarten to Year 2)

Monday 5th October | 10am - 12pm

Join us for a special workshop with Diana Rigg from PLD (Promoting Literacy Development), 2018, 2019 and 2020 Primary Publisher of the Year!

 

Diana Rigg will showcase;

  • What is PLD and what does it provide to support literacy best practices.

  •  The core elements of PLD and how it can be effectively used within your classroom and school.

  • What an effective PLD classroom looks like. 

  • How each age group contributes to a whole school Literacy Plan.

  • How to utilise the PLD tracking sheets to report on progress and to improve your results.

 

About Diana Rigg:

Director and Editor Diana Rigg founded PLD because she recognised a large gap in the time it took for research findings to make it into practice in the classroom. With a Master’s degree in Education and Speech Pathology, Diana was convinced she could help close that gap, offering assistance to parents, teachers, and school systems looking for help in promoting literacy to the young people in their lives. With extensive experience as a Classroom Teacher, Specialist Literacy Teacher and Speech Pathologist, Diana understood what was needed. Drawing on over 15 years as a Professional Educational Consultant, Diana assembled a passionate team of Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists and Designers to help her translate the latest research and best practices from around the world into attractive, easy to use resources for both the home and classroom setting. Diana is active in both consultancy and publishing. Understanding the challenges of a classroom puts Diana in the perfect positions to deliver quality products aligned with school learning systems. Extensive experience in consultancy allows her to develop products suitable for use in the home either as supplemental lessons or as part of a home schooling curriculum.

Centenary Park Community Centre Main Hall, 105 Daly Street, Belmont

Diana Rigg | "How to use PLD effectively within the classroom" (Year 3-6)

Monday 5th October | 12.30pm - 2.30pm

Join us for a special workshop with Diana Rigg from PLD (Promoting Literacy Development), 2018, 2019 and 2020 Primary Publisher of the Year!

 

Diana Rigg will showcase;

  • What is PLD and what does it provide to support literacy best practices.

  •  The core elements of PLD and how it can be effectively used within your classroom and school.

  • What an effective PLD classroom looks like. 

  • How each age group contributes to a whole school Literacy Plan.

  • How to utilise the PLD tracking sheets to report on progress and to improve your results

Centenary Park Community Centre Main Hall, 105 Daly Street, Belmont

Protective Education/Behaviours | Everything you need to know and more

Monday 5th October | 2.45pm - 4.45pm

Join us for a special workshop with Holly-Ann Martin from Safe 4 Kids!

Holly-ann will show you how to teach protective behaviours and body safety across the whole curriculum and integrate it into all learning areas. The idea is not to make this another subject you have to teach! Once you and your students have internalised the language and concepts, you will find incidental teaching moments will arise throughout the year. This incidental teaching of the program is the most meaningful and powerful way students learn and reinforces the critical concepts of protective education.

Centenary Park Community Centre Main Hall, 105 Daly Street, Belmont

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