2017 Diving Deep into Depth Studies

2017 Diving Deep into Depth Studies

Program Background

The new stage 6 science syllabuses are being implemented in schools in 2018. In preparation of this, a number of network meetings will be held in 2017 to build professional learning groups to:

 

 

  • Discuss the depth studies and how they can be programmed into class time.

  • Develop resources for conducting depth studies

  • Collaborate with other teachers in order to share ideas about possible depth study options.

 

Come along to a 2 hour twilight session and learn more about depth studies.

Work with other professionals in the industry to discuss the purpose and intent of the depth studies and plan how you will incorporate them into your own classes.

You will be able to share your ideas, ask questions, and discuss and develop innovating and fantastic ways to enncourage student deeper learning.

 

Current Workshops: 

12th of October 2017 - Woolwich: Marist Sisters College Woolwich 
 
17th of October 2017 - Menai: Aquinas College, Menai
 
18th of October 2017 - Goonellabah: Invercauld House, Goonellabah
 
19th of October 2017 - Sydney: Kincoppal-Rose Bay School of the Sacred Heart (KRB)
 
24th of October 2017 - Broken Hill: Willyama High School, Broken Hill
 
24th of October 2017 - Wahroonga: KNOX GRAMMAR SCHOOL
 
25th of October 2017 - Orange: James Sheahan Catholic High School
 
26th of October 2017 - Cessnock: St. Philip’s Christian College (Cessnock)
 
1st of November 2017 - Barham: Barham High School 
 
27th of November 2017 - Bangor: Inaburra School 
 
Please get in touch if you would like to host a workshop at your school. 
 

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NESA standards

7.4.2 participate in professional and community networks and forums to broaden knowledge and improve practice.

6.2.2. Participate in learning to update knowledge and practice targeted to professional needs and school and/or system priorities

 

 
THIS PROGRAM IS PROUDLY BROUGHT TO YOU BY SCIENCE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION OF NSW 
 



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