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Inside Teaching : April 2011
inside teaching | April 2011 DIARY 54 27-29 april Queensland Studies Authority Conference: Vision to reality – Queensland’s new education landscape Themes will include curriculum, assessment, quality teaching and school leadership. place Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre website www.qsa.qld.edu.au/11699. html 10-12 may NAPLAN National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy for students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9. The genre of the Writing task will change to a persuasive style of writing from 2011. website www.naplan.edu.au 16, 17, 19, 20, 23 may The Disciplined Mind: Educational visions for the future Join Howard Gardner in this ACER Institute seminar to learn about five minds for the future and teaching for understanding. place 16 May in Brisbane, 17 May in Sydney, 19 May in Melbourne, 20 May in Adelaide and 23 May in Perth contact Margaret Taylor phone 03 9277 5403 email firstname.lastname@example.org website www.acerinstitute.edu.au 21-24 may Hawker Brownlow Education’s Eighth Annual Thinking and Learning Conference: Teaching for learning – where the experts speak to you Ground your professional goals in research best practice, and learn more about brain-compatible instruction; differentiated instruction; professional learning communities; curriculum planning; intervention strategies; and much more. place The Heath, Caulfield Racecourse, Melbourne phone 03 8558 2444 email email@example.com website www.hbe.com.au/conf8/ tfl.asp 7-17 June One-day Masterclasses: Powerful strategies for teaching oral language skills With international literacy consultant Carmel Crevola. place 7 June in Brisbane, 8 June in Sydney, 14 June in Melbourne, 16 June in Perth and 17 June in Adelaide phone 03 9534 2934 email firstname.lastname@example.org website www.radii.org/bookings 7-17 June One-day Workshops: Developing resilient student and communities With Dr Annie Henry or the Resiliency Group (NZ/USA) and Professor Mike Milstein of the University of New Mexico. place 7 June in Newcastle, 8 June in Sydney, 13 June in Perth, 15 June in Melbourne and 17 June in Adelaide. phone 03 9534 2934 email email@example.com website www.radii.org/bookings 9or10June International Professional Learning Series: Learning to strive and survive in challenging circumstances Keynote speakers include Professor John Hattie and Carmel Crevola. place 9 June in Sydney and 10 June in Melbourne phone 03 9534 2934 email firstname.lastname@example.org website www.radii.org/bookings 14 June SCIL Seminars present Charles Leadbeater Leading authority on innovation and creativity, Charles Leadbeater, will address radical innovation, personalised and collaborative learning, disruptive technologies, and reinventing and transforming schools. place Sydney Centre for Innovation in Learning email email@example.com website www.scil.com.au 3-10 July NAIDOC Week Join the National Aboriginal and Islander Day Observance Committee to celebrate NAIDOC week and promote a greater understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and our culture. website www.naidoc.org.au diary