The Teachers Registration Board of South Australia will be presenting forums on professional learning in regional South Australia in April, May and June. These sessions are free and can be used for professional learning purposes if linked to the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers. We are also holding a one day conference on June 5. This is also a free event and we are offering sponsorship – finance for a TRT - for 150 teachers to attend. All the details are below and also on our website: http://www.trb.sa.edu.au/PL-event-calendar
The GTASA's 2015 2 Day Conference is being held on the 28th and 29th of May 2015.
There are a variety of workshops and field trips to attend plus 2 keynote speakers!
For the full program, details about the workshops and keynote speakers plus the link to register, please click on 'find out more'
This workshop, hosted by SACAL, will evaluate the resources which have been adapted. It will be suitable for language teachers who deliver numeracy, and for numeracy teachers who deliver to students with language barriers.
To register for this free workshop, please click 'find out more'
CEASA is honoured to be invited by The Governor His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AO and Mrs Le to attend a reception at Government House. This is to honour teachers and members of the Council of Education Associations of South Australia
CEASA is a DECD-approved provider of Responding to Abuse and Neglect Training.
HASS SA (Humanities and Social Sciences SA) association supports teachers with professional learning and resources for Australian Curriculum.
Ausdance SA is the leading provider of dance services (development) for South Australia. It is recognised as a leader in the field of dance through the provision of dance services, advocacy, activity, education, and professional development for dance artists, practitioners and enthusiasts throughout South Australia.
GTCASA exists to support gifted children and the adults who care for them and teach them. Members include families, individuals, education professionals and schools.
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HTASA aims to stimulate interest and discussion in History and in the teaching of History, to provide meetings and publications and represent the views of the Association to others
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