Hawker Brownlow Education

Workshop: Maximising High Impact Teaching Strategies with The New Art and Science of Teaching — Melbourne

Author: Janelle Wills

Availability: In Stock

Code: EV20190909JWS

Price: $445.00

Description

Maximising High Impact Teaching Strategies:
The New Art and Science of Teaching — Monday 9 September 2019


The New Art and Science of Teaching Reading and Writing Workshops


Full Day Workshop — Monday 9 September 2019 | Melbourne, Victoria
$445


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About the Workshop


The New Art of Science and Teaching delivers the framework teachers need to make substantial change in the classroom. This new work, based on 50 years of educational research by Dr Robert J. Marzano, places the focus on student learning outcomes, detailing practical instructional strategies teachers can use to maximise student engagement and achievement.


This one-day workshop draws on the research of Dr Marzano and demonstrates how the Victorian Department of Education’s High Impact Teaching Strategies (HITS) are embedded in The New Art and Science of Teaching framework.


Learning Outcomes



  • Gain an awareness of the research related to the elements of The New Art and Science of Teaching. (AITSL Standards: 1.2)

  • Learn the instructional framework components, which include: 3 categories, 10 design questions, and 43 elements.

  • Experience many of the 43 elements through modelled instructional strategies. (AITSL Standards: 1.2; 2.3; 3.1; 3.2; 3.3; 4.2; 4.3; 5.1; 5.2)

  • Use reflective guides as a means of enhancing instructional practices. (AITSL Standards: 6.2)

  • Explore the potential for utilising over 330 specifi c teaching strategies in your classroom setting.


Registration


If you are booking your workshop place through this website, a representative of Hawker Brownlow Education will be in touch to confirm individual attendee details in addition to dietary requirements.


About Janelle Wills
Dr Janelle Wills


Dr Janelle Wills is the associate director of Marzano Research in Australia and New Zealand. She works extensively with educators, school networks and regions to implement research-based strategies known to impact student achievement. She firmly believes in the importance of teaching as a professional and promotes the need for teachers to engage with research through action research and reflective practice.


Dr Willls is the lead training associate for High Reliability Schools, The New Art and Science of Teaching and other Marzano Research topics in Australia and New Zealand. She has authored and co-authored numerous articles and books including the Australian version of A Handbook for High Reliability SchoolsCollaborative Teams That Transform Schools and Transformative Collaboration: Five Commitments for Leading a PLC.


Included with registration: The New Art and Science of Teaching

The New Art and Science of Teaching

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