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Professional Learning Training & Education

SIEUL2225 Leadership Skills – Managing the Challenging Conversations

This session will support new leaders in their approach to managing challenging conversations that occur within the school community. In a formal leadership role, there is pressure to respond to, and resolve conflict situations with parents, students and colleagues with whom we also have a …

SIEU2226 Career Planning – writing an application for a leadership role

While many teachers are performing work that extends beyond their current role, being able to articulate the new knowledge and skills that have been developed, into an application for a leadership position can be challenging. This session will explore approaches for structuring an application with …

SIEU2227 Career Planning – interview skills

The interview is one more dimension of the process to be successful in obtaining a new job, whether at your current school or a new school. There are fundamental principles about interview preparation, presenting for an interview and answering questions that can lead you to …

SIEU2213 Strategies I use to promote climate justice

“The IEU has a commitment to climate justice and will support members who are ‘fighting for a safe, just and clean future for all of us and for our planet’. As teachers we have professional obligations in the curriculum and under the Commonwealth government Mparntwe …

SIEU2214 Upgrade Your Skills – designing and delivering a training session

Education support staff hold great depth and variety of knowledge across many fields; organisational knowledge about how schools run, knowledge about students and their capacities, knowledge about practical work in Science, libraries and manual classes that can enhance student learning and so much more. The …

SIEU2210 Classroom Skills – Managing behaviour in small groups

Education Support Staff may be called on to manage student behaviour in small groups when working away from the main classroom environment or in specialist settings e.g. libraries or excursions. This session is designed to provide some basic techniques for ES staff, including setting reasonable …

SIEU2233 Classroom skills – working one to one with EAL students

Students with English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EAL/D) may experience challenges in their learning. Learning Support Officers who are equipped with resources and strategies to support EAL/D students can assist these students to overcome barriers to their learning. This session will explore successful …

SIEU2231 Career Planning – Writing a teaching application

This session is designed for all teachers and student teachers who are applying for a teaching position in schools. An experienced principal, an application writing specialist, will share his experiences in recruiting staff to ongoing and extended contract positions. In the session the presenter will …

SIEU2228 Five teaching strategies for gifted and talented students

Teaching a class that contains one or more gifted students creates many opportunities for teachers to reflect deeply on their practice. Planning to differentiate effectively will help ensure gifted students are catered for without segregating them from the rest of the class. This session will …

SIEU2232 Student Wellbeing – supporting LGBTIQA+ students in your school

Teachers and educators play an important role in modelling the acceptance of the diversity of students in contemporary classrooms. This course is designed to support teachers and educators to expand their own knowledge about sexual and gender diversity. This will be a general information session …