The Heartbeat of the Classroom
Your Invitation to the second of our
Free Professional Development Days 2014
Friday 3 October – The Heartbeat of the Classroom
What makes the classroom buzz? What keeps the students going? What connects the teacher with their students? All these questions and more will be answered on this special day. We have a great line of presenters but come prepared for action as well as there will be heartbeat workshops to complement our speakers.
This day is designed for serving school teachers, tertiary teacher trainers and pre-service teachers to meet, network and grow together in our craft of Christian education.
This is an opportunity for us all to reflect on the art, science and magic of teaching and to receive encouragement and inspiration while having the chance to build into the service of others The day will be fully catered, starts at 9.00 am and concludes 3.00 pm.
|The day will be fully catered, starts at 9.00 am and concludes 3.00 pm.|
|9.00 am||A sustainable model for Christian education Jim Twelves, Dean of Education and Program Director, AC Master of Teaching (Primary)|
|11.00am||Christian teaching practice: What does it look like? Geoff Beech, Lifeworld Education|
|1.30pm||Teaching Christianly Across the Curriculum, Julie-Anne Seach, Professional Experience Liaison Officer, University of Notre Dame, Sydney|
Registration: Please RSVP by email Elma van Raalte with your name and institution plus any dietary needs by 26 September 2014 we need to know numbers for catering and for venue planning. We have limited car parking on site in the lower basement on a first come first served basis at $6.00 for the day so public transport is recommended.
Dr Jim Twelves
Program Director, Master of Teaching (Primary)
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