FREE ONLINE PD: JOIN US this Thursday night at 8pm (Sydney time) as I take you through a pedagogical theory and practical methods of “Formative assessment”. We will be discussing:
1. What is formative assessment
2. Different tools to implement formative assessment with your class.
WHAT: Formative assessment, Tools you can use for to implement formative assessment with your class
WHEN: Thursday, 17th July, 8pm (Sydney time)
FREE ONLINE PD: 19th June 8pm (Sydney time) – “Creating a flipped classroom and providing digital feedback through screen recording tools”
Please join us on Community Connect Thursday as I, Shingo Gibson-Suzuki will share his classroom experience on Flipped Classroom and Providing digital feedback to students through Screen recording tools. In this session, I will be discussing what flipped classroom is, how to implement in your class, benefits as well as providing feedback to your students.
I am a Japanese teacher and an eLearning coach at Taylors Lakes Secondary College, Melbourne with 11years of teaching experience. I was a finalist in the Innovative educator’s awards in 2012 and 2013 as well as a finalist in Victorian Education Excellence, Secondary Teacher of the year , 2014.
WHAT: Creating a Flipped Classroom and Providing digital Feedback through Screen recording tools
WHEN: 19th June, Thursday 8pm (GMT+10) Melbourne time
About this session: In the first of a two part series, this webinar will concentrate on “busting the myths” that surround gifted students.
What is a gifted student? Jo Freitag, @jofrei, will share her extensive knowledge of some of the myths surrounding giftedness.
Some of the topics to be discussed in this session include:-
- 2E students
- ‘pushy’ parents
Jo has recently posted a series about busting the myths on “Sprites Site”.
This session promises to be an interactive one, so please join us and share in the conversations.
Please join us this Thursday (5th June) as Shingo Gibson-Suzuki will share some teaching practice ideas using “Audio and Visual to enhance students’ learning outcomes”. In this session, I will be discussing and sharing various ways to incorporate audio and visual elements in your class (Whether students presenting through Audio visual or you as a teacher using to enhance students’ learning outcomes).
Shingo is a secondary school Japanese teacher who is also an eLearning coach at Taylors Lakes Secondary College, Melbourne. He was a finalist in 2012 and 2013 Innovative teacher of the year as well as a finalist in the Victorian Secondary Teacher of the year 2014.
WHAT: “Using Audio and Visual to enhance (and engage) your students”
WHEN: 5th June, Thursday 8pm (GMT+10) Melbourne time