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CRT2245 VIT - Obtaining teacher registration in Victoria
The workshop will cover information on the requirements for obtaining full registration to work in Victorian schools. It will emphasise different approaches that are available to new teachers, working as CRTs, who are seeking to move from provisional to full registration.  The session will also cover the requirements for those who may be deemed  to be non-practising. It will cover the requirements for those who are working in schools and in early childhood settings. This is an... Details
When: August 25, 2022
CRT2230 Managing  movement, noise and collaboration
A quiet classroom is not always a classroom in which learning is optimal. Collaboration between students in the classroom has been demonstrated to improve learning outcomes. Collaboration requires activity and movement and will involve noise. In this session an experienced teacher will share five activities that occur in their classroom, in which students are actively collaborating (and maybe noisily) in a safe and controlled manner and learning is occurring. The presenter of the... Details
When: August 25, 2022
CRT2252 VIT - Maintaining teacher registration
The workshop will cover the requirements for maintaining your teacher registration to work in Victorian schools. It will emphasise how the registration rules apply to those engaged in CRT work.  It will cover the requirements for those who are working in schools and in early childhood settings and who are already fully registered and are looking to maintain that registration. The course is NOT about moving form provisional to full... Details
When: August 31, 2022
CRTE2208 Managing challenging behaviours in early childhood
Supporting children with challenging behaviours can be difficult. It is important for teachers to have a range of proactive strategies. This session will explore a range of strategies that can be implemented for specific children but also incorporated as routines for the whole group. Identifying and using a targeted approach and setting up practices to ensure the behaviours are supported, monitored and managed will create a safe learning environment. The presenter will discuss how to ... Details
When: August 31, 2022
CRTE2209 How Bush and Beach Kindergartens operate
Bush Kinder experiences draw students, teachers and educators into natural spaces such as the park, beach or bush. Within these programs, students engage in nature play which benefits the physical health and wellbeing of children, and the development of social skills through interaction and engagement in an alternate setting. It extends on the  environmental knowledge of the children. In this session the presenter will delve further into current research and practices, and review... Details
When: August 31, 2022
CRT2228 Exit tickets - what are they and practical  examples
Exit tickets are a type of formative assessment that gives teachers a quick and easy snapshot of students' understanding and application and of learning experiences and curriculum content at the end of a lesson. A good exit ticket can differentiate student knowledge  and understanding, with efficiency and effectiveness. Data can quickly be aggregated to use in a follow up lesson to identify misconceptions or to take the next step in learning. This is a practical workshop on... Details
When: September 19, 2022
CRT2234 Teaching writing skills
The Victorian Curriculum: English F-10 describes writing as ‘the active process of conceiving, planning, composing, editing and publishing a range of texts … using appropriate language for particular purposes or occasions, both formal and informal, to express and represent ideas and experiences, and to reflect on these aspects’. It is a complex skill to master well and the greater your repertoire of teaching writing skills, the better you will be equipped to support students across... Details
When: September 19, 2022
CRT2242 Understanding the dimension of wellbeing
In this session the presenter will outline the importance of wellbeing as the underpinning quality that creates a sense of community and belonging which ultimately leads to effective academic achievement. It is important that students learn the importance of building strong foundations of wellbeing centred on healthy relationships. The DET Framework for Improving Student Outcomes version 2.0 (FISO) has wellbeing and learning as the central elements of developing school implementation ... Details
When: September 19, 2022
CRT2214 The 8 ways indigenous pedagogy
The 8 ways pedagogy evolved from a research project involving educators, university staff and local Aboriginal communities. It is ‘a culturally safe point of entry for teachers to begin engaging with Aboriginal knowledge and cross-cultural dialogue in the community’. This course will increase your understanding and knowledge and provide practical examples for the classroom. It will give you enough information to conduct a small trial when on a CRT placement. You will also be given... Details
When: September 19, 2022
CRT2247 Applying for ongoing positions - applications and re
Many CRTs are interested in pursuing ongoing work in the education community. This session is designed for those CRTs. A knowledgeable DET Principal will share his experiences in recruiting staff to ongoing and extended contract positions. In the session the presenter will discuss the influence of resumes, teaching experience, the interview process, selection criteria, presentation skills and values alignment on the decision making process in schools. The course will include... Details
When: September 19, 2022
CRT2236 Strategies for Secondary Literacy
Supporting students in a secondary setting to develop their literacy skills is a critical part of teaching in every subject area in a secondary school, whether you are working as a CRT or in an ongoing or contract role. It is especially useful for CRTs to have a bank of ideas and resources to support students.  In this session an experienced and innovative English teacher will outline some strategies, activities and resources that all teachers can use throughout the secondary... Details
When: September 19, 2022
CRTC2205 Understanding and responding to extreme behaviours
It can be very challenging to manage student behaviour in the classroom or school yard when one or more students exhibit extremely disruptive or concerning behaviour. Being able to intervene effectively is an important skill but can be difficult to get right in different situations. Putting effective preventative strategies in place is an important consideration. In these three sessions, hel consecutively on one day, the presenter will detail preventative strategies as well as... Details
When: September 20, 2022
CRT2213 Understanding the impact of trauma on students
Trauma can manifest in unexpected ways. Supporting students who have experienced trauma requires special attention to approach the situation appropriately. This session will focus on supporting teachers to understand the different types of trauma experienced by students and to learn new strategies that will help manage the behaviours that result. For CRTs on short term placements, it can be difficult to contribute to a program to support a particular student, however, understanding... Details
When: September 21, 2022
CRT2238 Resource Smart skill explained by Sustainability Vic
Understand Sustainability Victorians commitment to improving resource Smart School by assisting with embedding sustainability into school curriculum, campus and community.   Participants will be given a understand of the learning modules, the flexibility and support that the program offers and recognition the program offers.  This session is recommended to those CRT’s currently working at a Resource Smart School or looking to understand the... Details
When: September 21, 2022
CRTR2201C HITS#6 Multiple Exposures - Wangaratta
This course explores HITS#6 - Multiple Exposures. The presenter will explain the benefits of this strategy for your teaching practice. Multiple exposures assists students in transferring knowledge to their long-term memories. The presenter will investigate how to implement multiple exposures as a High Impact Teaching Strategy and the challenges in implementing this approach in the... Details
When: September 26, 2022
Where: VIC