EARLY CHILDHOOD Teachers Professional Learning day

TIPIAC - BUILDING EDUCATORS'
CULTURAL INTELLECT AND FIRST NATIONS PERSPECTIVES
IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

WE ARE PLANNING DATES FOR 2023 SOON
CONTACT US TO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST

 This professional learning course is specifically designed and written to help early childhood educators to become more confident in embedding authentic First Nations perspectives. It provides wonderful opportunities for teachers to build upon their own cultural understanding and capacity to develop a greater awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture to help promote a deeper awareness of reconciliation. Teachers will develop a deeper understanding of mandatory policies (Aboriginal Education Policy), priorities and curriculum outcomes and expectations in regard to building a school culture that embeds Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into curriculum programs across the 5 learning outcomes of the EYLF ‘Belonging, Being and Becoming’


The professional learning will take place in a ZOOM webinar, and this course runs for 5 hours and will be 

broken into three sessions:


Session 1:

BUILDING CULTURAL INTELLECT

Session 2:

UNDERSTANDING THE CURRICULUM & ABORIGINAL EDUCATION POLICIES

Session 3:

ABORIGINAL EDUCATION PEDAGOGY & DEVELOPING CLASSROOM PRACTICES


For educators in NSW completing Building teachers’ Cultural Intellect and First Nations perspectives through in Early Education will contribute 5 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Accredited PD in the priority area of Aboriginal Education and supporting Aboriginal students/children addressing standard descriptors 1.4.2, 2.4.2, 2.5.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintainingProficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

PRIMARY Teachers Professional Learning day

Building Teacher's Cultural INTELLECT &
FIRST NATIONS perspectives

THROUGH Literacy and Numeracy

Our Next PD day will be held online
ON 17TH NOVEMBER, 2022

 This professional learning course provides wonderful opportunities for teachers to build upon their own cultural understanding and capacity to develop a greater awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture to help promote a deeper awareness of reconciliation. Teachers will develop a deeper understanding of mandatory policies (Aboriginal Education Policy), priorities and curriculum outcomes and expectations in regard to building a school culture that embeds Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into curriculum programs across literacy 

and numeracy. The professional learning will take place in a ZOOM webinar, and this course runs for 5 hours and will be 

broken into three sessions:

Session 1:

BUILDING CULTURAL INTELLECT

Session 2:

UNDERSTANDING THE CURRICULUM & ABORIGINAL EDUCATION POLICIES

Session 3:

ABORIGINAL EDUCATION PEDAGOGY & DEVELOPING CLASSROOM PRACTICES

For teachers in NSW completing Building teachers’ Cultural Intellect and First Nations perspectives through Literacy and Numeracy will contribute 5 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Accredited PD in the priority area of Aboriginal Education and supporting Aboriginal students/children addressing standard descriptors 1.4.2, 2.4.2, 2.5.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintainingProficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW. 

This PD will presented in an online live presentation where participants will be able to interact with presenters and participants. To book your spot at this online training day click the link above. 

 

This professional learning course provides wonderful opportunities for teachers to build upon their own cultural understanding and capacity to develop a greater awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture to help promote a deeper awareness of reconciliation. Teachers will develop a deeper understanding of mandatory policies (eg. Aboriginal Education Policy), priorities and curriculum outcomes and expectations in regard to building a knowledge and skills to help teachers confidently embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into curriculum programs across all Key Learning Areas in 

secondary schools. Currently this course is aimed at 7 – 12 school teachers and staff. 

 

We all know how important it is to feel safe and confident when delivering authentic, age and culturally appropriate First Nation perspectives into our classrooms and schools. We will help teachers develop practical activities to implement into their daily curriculum programs for their faculty areas, as well as look at ways to incorporate the Eight Ways Aboriginal Education Pedagogy 

into their daily lessons. After sign up, teachers will receive a program outline along with a PDF booklet which will be referenced throughout the course. This PDF booklet comes with TIPIAC cultural topic cards 

and Eight Way card samples, a list of educational videos and an extensive list of further research/reading. 

 

The Zoom webinar details, as well as the course PDF booklet will be emailed to participants 1 week prior to course date. Please note that this will be sent to the email you use at sign up. 

This course runs for 5 hours and will be broken into three sessions. The professional learning will take place in aZOOM webinar, all participants will receive a TIPIAC course completion certificate. 

 

P.D Day Program

Session 1 – BUILDING CULTURAL INTELLECT

Session 2 – VALUES AND ATTITUDES, POLICY DOCUMENTS & INTRODUCTION TO EIGHT WAYS ABORIGINAL 

EDUCATION PEDAGOGY

Session 3 – ABORIGINAL EDUCATION PEDAGOGY & DEVELOPING CLASSROOM PRACTICES

 

For teachers in NSW completing TIPIAC – Bridging the GAP in First Nations Education through embedding perspectives intoSecondary Curriculum will contribute 5 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Accredited PD in the priority area of Aboriginal education and supporting Aboriginal students/children addressing standard descriptors 1.4.2, 2.4.2, 4.1.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW 

SECONDARY Teachers Professional Learning day

SECONDARY Teachers Professional Learning day
Building Teacher's Cultural INTELLECT &
FIRST NATIONS perspectives

into secondary curriculum

Our Next PD day will be held online
Friday 18th November, 2022

 

This professional learning course provides wonderful opportunities for teachers to build upon their own cultural understanding and capacity to develop a greater awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture to help promote a deeper awareness of reconciliation. Teachers will develop a deeper understanding of mandatory policies (eg. Aboriginal Education Policy), priorities and curriculum outcomes and expectations in regard to building a knowledge and skills to help teachers confidently embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into curriculum programs across all Key Learning Areas in 

secondary schools. Currently this course is aimed at 7 – 12 school teachers and staff. 

 

We all know how important it is to feel safe and confident when delivering authentic, age and culturally appropriate First Nation perspectives into our classrooms and schools. We will help teachers develop practical activities to implement into their daily curriculum programs for their faculty areas, as well as look at ways to incorporate the Eight Ways Aboriginal Education Pedagogy 

into their daily lessons. After sign up, teachers will receive a program outline along with a PDF booklet which will be referenced throughout the course. This PDF booklet comes with TIPIAC cultural topic cards 

and Eight Way card samples, a list of educational videos and an extensive list of further research/reading. 

 

The Zoom webinar details, as well as the course PDF booklet will be emailed to participants 1 week prior to course date. Please note that this will be sent to the email you use at sign up. 

This course runs for 5 hours and will be broken into three sessions. The professional learning will take place in aZOOM webinar, all participants will receive a TIPIAC course completion certificate. 

 

 

 

P.D. DAY PROGRAM

 

Session 1 – BUILDING CULTURAL INTELLECT

Session 2 – VALUES AND ATTITUDES, POLICY DOCUMENTS & INTRODUCTION TO EIGHT WAYS ABORIGINAL 

EDUCATION PEDAGOGY

Session 3 – ABORIGINAL EDUCATION PEDAGOGY & DEVELOPING CLASSROOM PRACTICES

 

For teachers in NSW completing TIPIAC – Bridging the GAP in First Nations Education through embedding perspectives into Secondary Curriculum will contribute 5 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Accredited PD in the priority area of Aboriginal education and supporting Aboriginal students/children addressing standard descriptors 1.4.2, 2.4.2, 4.1.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW

This PD will presented in an online live presentation where participants will be able to interact with presenters and participants. To book your spot at this online training day click the link above. 

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