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CRT2233 Teaching the core operations and functions in mathem
The Australian Curriculum: Mathematics includes the proficiencies of understanding, fluency, problem-solving and reasoning  to promote student learning and independence in Mathematical tasks. These proficiencies enable students to respond to familiar and unfamiliar situations by employing mathematical strategies to make informed decisions and solve problems efficiently. An experienced and expert Primary Maths teacher will demonstrate the approach he uses in his classroom to promote... Details
When: June 1, 2022
CRT2229 Managing behaviour beyond the classroom
A teacher's responsibility extends beyond the classroom to include yard duty, bus duty, library supervision, excursions, sporting events and so many diverse environments. All CRTs know that it is common practice to be allocated yard duty on their first day in a school. These beyond the classroom settings carry legal responsibilities of which you must be aware as a teacher. This session will not focus on the legalities of your role, but on the key preventative strategies that you need ... Details
When: June 1, 2022
CRT2215 Strategies for students with diverse learning needs
When teachers focus on inclusive teaching practices for students with additional needs it ensures that all students in the classes that you are teaching can focus on reaching their learning goals.  In this session the presenter will share their knowledge, ideas and experiences with some of the most common learning disorders that you will experience in schools and share teaching techniques that you can use to support the learning of these students. The best techniques will create a... Details
When: June 1, 2022
CRTE2206 Understanding children's emotions in a COVID world
Developing emotional intelligence in children is an important cultural development for both the child and their community. Children who are aware of, and can control, or express their emotions in a healthy manner are able to handle relationships effectively. This normal developmental process will have been interrupted for many children by the COVID experience of isolation and disruption. In this session the presenter will outline how children may have been affected by the experience... Details
When: June 8, 2022
CRTM2251 Building lessons through inquiry based questions
Teach Meets are opportunities for teachers to collaborate and share their practice and resources with colleagues. At their best they promote high quality teaching practice, reduce workload for all teachers and support teachers to be innovative in their teaching. The emphasis in this session is on inquiry based approaches to teaching. Inquiry based approaches require planning and flexibility, as well as a teacher knowing the students well enough to anticipate their interests and... Details
When: June 8, 2022
CRT2243 Understanding the Australian Professional Teaching S
The AITSL Standards have become a framework by which teachers can measure the development in their career, and assess their own practice. AITSL describe the standards as defining 'the work of teachers and make(ing) explicit the elements of high-quality, effective teaching in 21st century schools that will improve educational outcomes for students'. There are standards for four career stages, Graduate, Proficient, Highly Accomplished and Lead. At present only the first two have... Details
When: June 9, 2022
CRTE2207 Strategies to develop confident learners
Children are naturally curious and will be learning through their play and experiences with other children, their families and the community. As teachers we can enhance their learning and build their confidence to investigate and engage in new experiences. In this session the presenter will outline their approach to building confident learners through intentional teaching techniques, routines, and open ended play experiences. The session will be helpful for those who are new to early ... Details
When: June 9, 2022
CRT2239 Understanding anxiety in students
There has been an increase in numbers of students who are suffering from anxiety during the COVID pandemic. Anxiety, while a normal feeling, can create a barrier for students to learn or achieve their full potential. Students who are overly anxious can often isolate themselves from classroom interactions and/or exhibit inappropriate behaviour. In this session we will explore techniques that you can use when you are working with students who suffer from anxiety helping you to reengage ... Details
When: June 27, 2022
CRT2240 Building social and emotional skills in primary stud
This session will focus on strategies, techniques and resources that you can use to support the development of social and emotional skills in primary age students. Well developed social and emotional skills help students to build their communication skills, their cultural understanding and so build their confidence for daily interactions. It is recognised that it is difficult for CRTs on short term placements to contribute to a long term developmental program for students, but there... Details
When: June 27, 2022
CRT2241 Building social and emotional skills in sec students
Developing emotional and social intelligence in students is an important cultural development for both the person and their community. Students who are aware of, and can control, or express their emotions in a healthy manner are able to handle relationships effectively. In this session a range of techniques and activities will be explored to assist in the daily routines and interactions within a classroom. It is not an easy task for CRTs to build emotional and social skills if school ... Details
When: June 27, 2022
CRT2216 LGBTIQ+ inclusion in schools
Teachers play an important role in modelling the acceptance of the diversity of students in contemporary classrooms. This course is designed to support teachers to expand their own knowledge about sexual and gender diversity. This will be a general information session that covers the language of sexual and gender diversity, including the LGBTIQ+ acronym. There will be a focus on what teachers can do to support LGBTIQ+ students in schools and how teachers can promote a culture of... Details
When: June 27, 2022
CRT2235 Using the DET literacy toolkit
Supporting students to develop their literacy skills is a critical part of teaching in every subject area across all year levels, 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 through the DET literacy toolkit. The toolkit is... Details
When: June 27, 2022
CRT2231 Understanding Behaviours of Concern and Building Pos
A consistent approach in the classroom is an important and effective way to ensure students understand your expectations. This session will examine some of the reasons why challenging behaviours occur and outline positive behaviour approaches for the classroom and explore ways this can influence the engagement of students and their connection to their learning and the school community.  Building power with, rather than power over learners leads to more engaged learners and a more... Details
When: June 27, 2022
CRTR2201B HITS#6 Multiple Exposures - Ballarat
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 classroom.

When: June 30, 2022
CRTR2202B Handling challenging student behaviours - Morwell
In this course we explore relational and non-confrontational methods of addressing challenging student behaviour.  This will include elements of non-violent communication strategies as well as dialogue used in restorative processes.

When: July 5, 2022