2022 Mentoring: Leadership in Science Course
Leadership in Science and beyond
Leadership in science and beyond. This course focuses on identifying and developing the skills and knowledge to pursue a leadership pathway not only in science but beyond the faculty level. In this four-session course, teachers will reflect upon their practise, enhance their strengths and work on their personal skills for future leadership. A reflection journal will be maintained on an area of their choice. On the last day of the course, the teachers will engage with the Early Career Teachers workshop and inspire those participants with a short discussion about their journey as leaders.
As a result of participating in the Leadership in Science, teachers will:
- Establish networking relationships with teachers outside their own school
- Increase their knowledge and understanding of teaching, learning and assessment practices
- Increase the range of strategies they use in the management and delivery of curriculum
- Create a portfolio of evidence for NESA accreditation.
Thinking of moving towards Highly Accomplished/Lead Teacher
level? We will explore the proficiency standards and describe
what accreditation involves.
The workshop is designed to provide discussion on understanding the
requirements of the HA/LT standards in science. You will be supported in
the analysis of the APST to plan your own goals whilst supporting
colleagues to identify and achieve their own goals.
Delegates can attend in person at Lindfield Learning Village or participate remotely via Zoom.
2022 ONLINE COURSE DATES:
Day 1: Tuesday 15 February, 8:30 - 4pm - Lindfield Learning Village or online
Day 2: Wednesday 18 May, 4 - 6pm - Online
Day 3: Thursday 11 August, 8:30 - 4pm - Lindfield Learning Village or online
Day 4: Thursday 27 October - Mentoring Session with Early Career Teachers, 4 - 6pm - Online
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|Secondary School Associate
10% Early Bird discount applied at check out. Early bird ends 31st of January 2022.
2022 Standards Addressed
7.4.2 participate in professional and community networks and forums to broaden knowledge and improve practice.
6.3.2 Contribute to collegial discussions and apply constructive feedback from colleagues to improve professional knowledge and practice.