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The terms professional learning and professional development are often used interchangeably by teachers and providers.
Regular, career long professional learning is a fundamental part of the role of the educator and teacher.
Continuing professional learning is needed to keep abreast of new developments in curriculum and pedagogy arising from the changing and evolving educational, social and cultural contexts in which teachers work and students learn.
CEASA and its affiliated Associations are committed to ongoing professional learning, to develop the knowledge and skills of teachers so they can ultimately improve classroom outcomes.
Professional development activities can take many forms - from coaching and mentoring, to annual conferences, to series of seminars and workshops, to publications.
AC Education on the Square: Primary Education in SA: The celebrations and the challenges (Pam Kent)
INTAN Moderation: Understanding Standards and Aligning Assessment Decisions F-2 and 7-8 Bands
MASA Differentiating Maths teaching in a Place Value unit of Work R-3 – Maryanne Rischmueller
ESA Supporting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Strategies for Students Across the Spectrum workshop