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Collaborative practice in the secondary school
Collaborative practice in the secondary school
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Created by Tessa Gray
Thursday, 24 May 2018
3:30 pm to 5:00 pm


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Date

24 May 2018

Time/s

3.30pm - 5.00pm

Costs

$99 + GST per person

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Are you wanting to build your collaborative practice in a secondary school setting? In this very practical workshop participants will use tools and strategies for fostering, developing and enabling effective collaboration within subject teams or faculties. Ways of developing cross-curricular and/or inter-departmental partnerships to enable future focused practice will also be shared.

Learning outcomes

  • understand what collaboration looks like for secondary teachers 
  • develop an understanding of some strategies to ensure collaboration is an intended and inevitable part of teacher practice 
  • explore strategies and develop an understanding of the benefits of cross-curricular / inter-departmental partnerships & projects.
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