Professional Learning at Bastow – 2018/19

by | Oct 10, 2018 | Bush Voices

Professional Learning at Bastow

The Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership, a branch of the Department of Education and Training, offers leadership professional learning for Victorian primary, secondary and early childhood education professionals.

See Bastow for information on the full suite of programs, courses, professional practice and events. Current opportunities that may be of interest include the following:

Networking for Educators

Join us to explore how you – as an educator – can build an effective network to further your career and professional learning. Practise practical tips and strategies, and gain insight into the importance of networking for community engagement and developing effective school leadership.

Regional participants are invited to set up their own networking event and connect in via video conferencing at no charge. 

18 October 2018, 5 pm to 7 pm
Registrations close 16 October 2018
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Harvard Data Wise Leadership Institute: Australia

This is a unique opportunity for Australian educators to engage with the Harvard Data Wise Improvement process. During an intensive week at Bastow, your school team of three or more people will work with Harvard Data Wise certified co-chairs and peers from diverse settings who are similarly committed to learning how to lead collaborative inquiry.

Bastow is offering Data Wise scholarships for staff from Victorian government schools that have high levels of disadvantage or are rural or remote.

21 to 25 January 2019
Applications close 25 October 2018
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Literacy Masterclass 4: Classroom Discussion for High Impact (online)

This is the final in Bastow’s popular literacy masterclass series for 2018. Join Narissa Leung for this two-hour webinar exploring what the research tells us about the elements and effective use of classroom discussion, and how can teachers explicitly teach the speaking and listening components of the English curriculum.

20 October 2018, 4.30 pm to 6.30 pm
Registrations close 29 October 2018
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