ACDE@ACDE
I just uploaded “cADRE ACDE Webinar 27 May 2022.mp4” to #Vimeo: https://t.co/lIQMmgPT8p

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RT @teacherACER: In 2018, we brought you the story of a new intervention program for disengaged male students at a NSW school. Nearly 4 yrs later, we hear how the program has evolved over the yrs & the impact it’s had on student learning and wellbeing. https://t.co/oyr4SD5ooC

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RT@TEQSAGov #GoodPractice Monday resource is from @NCSEHE: 'Keeping the party in full swing: Findings on online student engagement with teacher education students' https://t.co/iUzs2r0zAc #OnlineLearning #HigherEd #OzHe Other resources are available at: https://t.co/JkrTbtUKDF

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RT @MonashEducation: What do Australian's really think about teachers and schools? 🏫 🍎 We found out in this latest, #teachspace article 👇 #Educhat #teachertwitter @chalkhands https://t.co/ccnvsOWWOI

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ACDE@ACDE
RT@MQEducation Looking for tips on how to elevate your online learning designs? Our 'Create video, audio & infographics for online learning' on @coursera will guide you through how to select, design & create a variety of multimodal text types! Enrol here: https://t.co/flRDVkFSL7

- 216 days ago

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RT@ABCEducationAU 2 days ago These new educational resources investigate the role of money in Australia’s #democracy. Learn how lobbyists, political donations, community participation and political advertising impact our democracy. https://t.co/MlX6lPi4be… #BigDeal

- 232 days ago

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Schools are surveying students to improve teaching. But many teachers find the feedback too difficult to act on https://t.co/RRzkMa0Fau @TheConversation @IlanaFRosenbluh @melmbarnes @TraciiRyan #EdChat

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RT @Macquarie_Uni: New Macquarie University research reveals the benefits of singing, dancing and playing musical instruments for children with hearing impairments: https://t.co/Fllwq5v4wi

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ACDE@ACDE
RT @teacherACER: In this series we’ve used national data to explore some of the gaps in students’ knowledge, skills and understanding. What about your own students? What are their misconceptions? @ACARAeduau https://t.co/wi0rjorQvG

- 237 days ago

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RT @teacherACER: Results from the National Assessment Program – Civics & Citizenship report show that 86% of Yr 6 students & 80% of Yr 10 students believe that learning about Australia’s history is an important attribute of a good citizen. @ACARAeduau https://t.co/wi0rjoJrUg

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RT @teacherACER: In a 3 part series, we delve into the Civics & Citizenship learning area of the Australian Curriculum to explore students’ misconceptions, & to share some lesson activities. This final article focuses on Australian history. @ACARAeduau https://t.co/wi0rjoJrUg

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RT @aitsl: Jarrad Strain, one of Cardijn College's senior secondary #Mathematics teachers, shares how he uses technology to bridge the gap between students’ prior knowledge and new concepts (Standards 2.6 and 3.3).

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ACDE@ACDE
RT @EdResearchAU: We’ve recently published a suite of new, practical resources for teachers. These include checklists, short snapshots of t…

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RT @aitsl: Albanvale Primary's senior #SchoolLeaders showcase how staff are using learning walks to observe each other’s practice and develop their own expertise (Standards 6.3 and 6.4). More at https://t.co/Iy70b8DTU4 https://t.co/YBZ5NMtgol

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RT @aitsl: 4/ Through the platform, schools and early learning services can develop a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), and teachers and ed…

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RT @aitsl: 3/ The Narragunnawali online platform is free to access and provides practical ways to introduce meaningful reconciliation initi…

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RT @aitsl: 2/ Narragunnawali (pronounced narra-gunna-wally) is a word from the language of the Ngunnawal people, Traditional Owners of the…

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RT @aitsl: Narragunnawali supports schools and early learning services to develop environments that foster a high level of knowledge and pr…

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RT @WadeCath: Results from @MonashUni Delphi study reveal 9 ways to support adolescent mental health as covid restrictions ease https://t.co/ZEaIdNuAjc via @ConversationEDU Great work @DrMarieYap et al

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Webinar dates 2022

Friday, 11 March 2022 – Webinar 1-2022
Friday, 27 May 2022 – Webinar 2-2022
Friday, 5 August 2022 – Webinar 3-2022
Friday, 7 October 2022 – Webinar 4-2022
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Friday, 21 October 2022

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Webinar One: ARC Grant Applications 

Webinar Two: Tendering and Philanthropic Funding 

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