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BRISBANE | Pullman Hotel
12 - 13 Oct 2020

Learn from leading experts

This two-day workshop provides a unique opportunity for educators to either become familiar with the New Art and Science of Teaching instructional framework or dig deeper into specific aspects of the framework.

The New Art and Science of Teaching has a long history dating back to the 1980s, when Dr Robert Marzano and colleagues synthesised the research and theory that became the foundation for the Art and Science of Teaching instructional framework. Since that time the framework has been updated, now taking a stronger student-outcomes perspective while representing the current knowledge of effective teaching. The premise is that teachers who implement high-probability instructional strategies will, in turn, help students use mental processes that successively enhance the learning. In other words, it’s not enough to merely use an instructional strategy; it’s more important to ensure the instructional strategy has the desired learning effect for students.

This workshop will be held in Brisbane, streaming live to registered attendees across Australia and New Zealand.

Topics include:              

  • how to develop metacognitive behaviours
  • how to establish a focused and agreed curriculum through a process of prioritisation
  • tracking student progress with proficiency scales
  • strategies to engage learners
  • protocols to enable meaningful dialogue in the classroom
  • evidence-based approaches to help students deepen and apply their knowledge.

Download the New Art and Science of Teaching workshop agenda

2 Day

REGISTRATION

EARLY BIRD RATE

(Register before 12th August 2020)

$655.00

(Register from 12 August onwards)

$695.00

Included with your registration:

The New Art and Science of Teaching

It is a greatly expanded volume, offering a framework for substantive change based on Marzano's fifty years of education research and observation. In The New Art and Science of Teaching, Marzano identifies ten design areas within three categories of teaching - (1) feedback, (2) content, and (3) context - that form a road map for K-12 teachers' lesson and unit planning.

 

Day 1
8.15-9.00 am

Registration
Tea and coffee

 
9.00-11.00 am

Welcome
Setting the scene

Joanne Casey
Grand Windsor ballroom

Janelle Wills
Presidential ballroom

  Overview of the New Art and Science of Teaching
  The role of metacognition in learning
  A process of prioritisation
11.00-11.30am Morning Tea  
11.30 am - 1.15 pm Breakout sessions  
  An introduction to proficiency scales
(Design Area 1)
Joanne Casey
Grand Windsor ballroom 
  Unleasing the power of proficiency scales  Janelle Wills
Presidential ballroom
1.15-2.00 pm Lunch  
2.00-3.45 pm Breakout sessions  
  Conducting direct instruction lessons
(Design Area 3)
Joanne Casey
Grand Windsor ballroom
  Developing metacognitive skills
(all design areas)
Janelle Wills
Presidential ballroom
     
Day 2
8.15-9.00 am  Registration
Tea and coffee
 
9.00-11.00 am  Breakout sessions  
  (with 15 minutes to reconnect at the beginning of each session) 
  Teaching academic vocabulary Joanne Casey
Grand Windsor ballroom
  Conducting practising and deepening lessons
(Design Area 4) 
Janelle Wills
Presidential ballroom
11.00-11.30 am  Morning tea  
11.30 am - 1.15 pm Breakout sessions   
  Conducting knowledge application lessons
(Design Area 5)
Joanne Casey
Grand Windsor ballroom
  Organising students to interact for purposeful dialogue
(Design Area 6)
Janelle Wills
Presidential ballroom
1.15-2.00 pm  Lunch   
2.00-3.45 pm Breakout sessions  
  Implementing rules and procedures and relationship
building (Design Areas 8, 9 and 10)
Joanne Casey
Grand Windsor ballroom
  Using engagement strategies
(Design Area 7)
Janelle Wills
Presidential ballroom
Agenda and presenters are subject to change.

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Day 1: Mon, 12 October, 2020
Presenter Session 1 Session 2 Session 3
Casey and Wills Setting the scene for the New Art and Science of Teaching framework
Casey An introduction to proficiency scales (Design Area 1): Providing and communicating clear learning goals Conducting direct instruction lessons (Design Area 3)
Wills Unleashing the power of proficiency scales Developing metacognitive skills (all design areas)
Day 2: Tue, 13 October, 2020
Presenter Session 1 Session 2 Session 3
Casey Teaching academic vocabulary Conducting knowledge application lessons (Design Area 5) Implementing rules and procedures and relationship building (Design Areas 8, 9 and 10)
Wills Conducting practising and deepening lessons (Design Area 4) Organising students to interact (Design Area 6) Using engagement strategies (Design Area 7)
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