Design Conference 2018
Friday June 22 & Saturday June 23
Course Details: The program is focused on Design, Textiles & Design and the new Technology Mandatory syllabus. Delivery is aimed at extending knowledge, understanding and skills related to design, textiles and technology.
Day 1, Industry representatives will present sessions with the aim to provide participants the chance to engage in authentic, contextual learning experiences to develop engaging and meaningful teaching strategies for the 21st century classroom. The Australian Computing Academy ACA will provide expert guidance and strategies to effectively implement the new Technology Mandatory syllabus in 2019.
Day 2 will include morning and afternoon hands on skills workshops and the TEA Annual General Meeting.
Day 1 – Professional Teachers’ Council – Auburn
Day 2 – Wenona School – North Sydney
Bookings will open at the beginning of Term 2 and details made available on the TEA website www.teansw.com and Facebook. (Remember to book early as places are limited)
Food Technologies & Hospitality
Conference 24 and 25 August 2018
- Course Details: The program is focused on Food Technology, Hospitality and the new Technology Mandatory (FT context) syllabus. Delivery is aimed at extending knowledge, understanding and skills related to food technologies, hospitality and industry practices. On Day 1 there will be various industry speakers and presentations, whilst Day 2 will include morning and afternoon hands on skills workshops. Options may include a Conference dinner and extension activities, such as industry visits.
Day 1 – The Hotel School – Sydney
Day 2 – Mount St Benedict College – Pennant Hills
….Remember to book early as places are limited
If you have ideas, suggestions to contribute to the planning team, please contact TEA email email@example.com asap.
HSC Teacher Seminars
29 October 2018
Course Details: This course is designed for teachers implementing the NESA Stage 6 syllabi and will enable participants to develop deeper understanding for the Stage 6 course/s they deliver at their school. The presenters will share their HSC experiences that have maximised engagement and achieved high quality student outcomes.Monday 29th October
Further information regarding registration will be distributed to members closer to the date
Digital Option Digital recordings of the event will be made available to those who register with this option. The cost and registration process will be the same for both options. Follow the prompts when registration opens to select which one is best for you. NOTE: Only people who attend in person will be able to have the PD hours accredited with NESA. Teachers who chose the digital option will be able to count these hours in the teacher identified section for accreditation and maintenance purposes.
QTC registered PD is pending and will be advised