Creating Collaborative Learning Partnerships for Students, Parents and Teachers using ICT

Creating Collaborative Learning Partnerships for Students, Parents and Teachers using ICT


CREATING COLLABORATIVE LEARNING

    Course duration: 4 Hours

    Standards Addressed: 3.7.2, 7.3.2, 3.5.2

    Target Audience: School Teachers – Pre K-12 Teachers

    Course Delivery Mode: Presentation at your school (minimum 15 teachers)

     Price: $199 per person 

Creating Collaborative Learning Partnerships for Students, Parents and Teachers using ICT will contribute 4 hours of QTC Registered PD addressing 3.7.2, 7.3.2 and 3.5.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

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The course includes two sessions each of two hours duration. The first session considers the theoretical underpinnings of current research into why teachers need to involve parents/caregivers in active feedback to ensure engagement and achievement in learning.  The session provides teachers with the opportunity to link evidence-based research on best practice with collaborative learning and explores ways to provide effective verbal and non-verbal communication strategies to support student understanding, participation, engagement and achievement.

The second session provides teachers with a hands-on opportunity to develop practical strategies and resources. Through shared discussion, teachers will reflect on their own practice linked to the themes of the research basis used to develop Session 1. Teachers will participate in a role play and thinktank activity where they will plan appropriate and contextually relevant opportunities for collaborative learning, and prepare to implement their own collaborative learning communities.  The general principles of effective and engaging learning experience will be explored through a specific syllabus outcome (EN2-11D). This reinforces the idea that as a student explores a world similar to and different from their own,  non-verbal (photographs, film) and verbal communication (using the Google Docs for collaborative discussion) are an essential part of the process to promote achievement.  This thinking will equip teachers with a strong foundation for them to return to school and develop more specific strategies which partner with parents/caregivers to create effective collaborative online learning to improve student learning and wellbeing.

Please Note: In order receive your Certificate of Completion you will need to complete the Feedback Form and make a comment when requested in the discussion boards within this course.

Certificates are issued within 30 days of submission of the Feedback Form. If you urgently require a certificate sooner than this to meet your accreditation deadline please email connect@idealearning.com.au and we will do our best to help you.


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