Professional Learning dates and details to be advised following registration
The Reading Recovery In-Service Course is facilitated across a full school year, with teachers attending two full days of professional learning at the beginning of the year, followed by fortnightly 2.5-hour sessions for the remainder of the year. In addition to attending these professional learning sessions, participants are required to teach individual students in Reading Recovery, on a daily basis, i.e. five days per week.
In order for teachers to be registered as a Reading Recovery teacher at the completion of the Reading Recovery Inservice Course, in the first year, a minimum time allocation of 0.4 (two hours per day) is required for the Reading Recovery teacher-in-training. This time allocation allows for teachers to teach four individual students, in Reading Recovery, on a daily basis.
An alternative training model is available for schools who wish to train a Reading Recovery teacher across a two-year period. In this model, in the first year, the Reading Recovery teacher attends all sessions in the Reading Recovery Inservice Course and teaches a minimum of two individual students in Reading Recovery, on a daily basis. In the second year, the Reading Recovery teacher attends a minimum of six Ongoing Professional Learning sessions, and continues to teach a minimum of two children in Reading Recovery. The Reading Recovery teacher is registered as a Reading Recovery teacher at the completion of the second year.
Participation in the Reading Recovery In-Service Course is open to teachers, selected to train as a Reading Recovery teacher, by their school. Selected teachers will be highly effective teachers with the capacity to provide strategic, differentiated teaching, to support identified students in Year 1 to get underway with reading and writing.
Part I - 29 April - 1 May 2019 (Shepparton)
Part II - 25-26 July 2019 (Shepparton)
This professional learning activity is for teachers seeking Accreditation to Teach in a Catholic School and for Chaplains, School Board Members and CEO personnel.
The course introduces and extends understandings of the Catholic faith and traditions.
Completion of the whole program will give 28 hours towards Accreditation 1.6 - To Teach in a Catholic School. This represents a good start, given that 50 hours are required in total.
Topics covered include: Introduction to Theology, Sacred Scripture, Christology, Faith, Moral Theology, Social Justice, Prayer, Church and Church History, Sacraments, Ministry, Liturgy and Spirituality.
TERM 2 NETWORK MEETINGS
Wednesday 1 May, 9:30am-3pm
Learning Intentions for the day:
Provide participants with information and practical training to ensure that School-based documentation, for Students with Diagnosed and/or imputed Disabilities, meets DDA/DSE/NCCD requirements - see attached Agenda
Facilitator: Gray Ryan
Senior Consultant Growth Coaching International
DATE: Thursday 2nd May & Friday 3rd May 2019
VENUE: Quality Hotel Parklake, 481 Wyndham Street Shepparton
Please note this is a FULL TWO DAY Program and participants are required to attend both days