NEW: Professional Practice Network- Secondary

Introducing the STANSW Professional Practice Network: Connecting Secondary Science Teachers 

Join our new Professional Practice Network tailored for secondary science educators.  This  network, an added benefit of your STANSW membership, invites passionate science educators to join and create a supportive community. Engage with peers, exchange teaching insights, and discover innovative approaches aligned with the Science & Technology 7-12 Syllabuses. 

Whether you're just starting out, navigating mid-career challenges, or seeking fresh inspiration, this network is for you. We believe in the power of foundational and contemporary practices, and we've designed a space where experiences are shared, ideas are sparked, and confidence soars. 

Imagine: 
-Engaging discussions on topics like differentiation, assessment, pedagogy, data analysis, and immersive projects. 
-Mentoring moments where seasoned teachers guide their early-career colleagues and share their wisdom. 
-Breakout rooms buzzing with focused conversations, facilitated by passionate volunteers like you! 
-A supportive network that lifts you up, challenges you to grow, and reminds you why science education matters. 

We're building this network together, and we need your voice! Whether you're a seasoned pro eager to share your expertise or a rising star ready to soak up knowledge, join us and make a difference. Here's how you can get involved: 
-Become a member: Sign up today and gain access to our online platform, discussion forums, and exclusive events. 
-Share your insights: Contribute to our ongoing discussions, bring your classroom experiences to the table, and inspire others. 
-Volunteer as a facilitator: Help us keep the conversations flowing by leading breakout room sessions on your area of expertise. 

By becoming a part of the STANSW Professional Practice Network, you not only connect with like-minded professionals but also elevate your teaching expertise. Our community spans educators from across NSW, offering a unique opportunity to expand your network and glean insights from fellow experts in your field. Enrich your teaching journey with us! 

FAQ:  
Who this is for: Open to all secondary educators teaching Science, early careers teachers and pre-service teachers. 
What Will I get out of this: This Community of Practice for secondary teachers fosters professional development and collaborative learning, enhancing teaching skills and knowledge sharing. It provides a supportive network for sharing resources, innovative ideas, and addressing educational challenges. 
Format: Online 
Dates: 6th March, 28th May, 29th August, 6th November
How to join: Once you have renewed your STA membership for the year, you will receive a welcome email and Zoom invitations for the networks.  If you are a member and would like join the next meeting please email [email protected]
Cost: No charge for members 

 

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