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    • 28 Jan 2020
    • 9:00 AM
    • 11 Dec 2020
    • 3:00 PM
    • In-School Support
    Registration is closed

    Workshop Information

    Through Project-Based and STEM Learning, students will build a weather station to record and analyse the climate conditions of their local community, sharing their journey with other participating CESA schools. The project will provide increased teacher capacity and authentic learning experiences through:

    • developing digital technologies skills in coding a microcontroller to record sensory data
    • gaining perspectives in climate science by collecting, analysing and publishing results
    • sharing collected data with other participating schools across the CESA network on an online platform, to gain a broader perspective of climate trends.

    After a successful 2019 pilot program, the CESA Weather Station Challenge has been designed as either an upper primary school or middle school project, using either Micro:Bit or Arduino technology. Schools can tailor the Challenge’s format to meet their schools needs and timelines.

    This project will receive in-school support from a CESA Learning Technologies consultant.

    Core FOCI and Priorities

    • CESA Living Learning Leading Framework
    • STEM Pedagogy
    • Digital Technologies
    • Project-Based Learning
    • Design Thinking

    AITSL National Professional Standards for Teachers Include

    Standard 2:  Know the content and how to teach it
    Standard 3:  Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
    Standard 6:  Engage in professional learning
    Standard 7:  Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/carers and the community

    Intended Audience: Primary and Middle School Secondary Teachers

    Total Hours: In-school support as required

    System Accredited Module: No

    Facilitator: CESA Learning & Technologies Team

    Workshop Enquiries: jarrod.carter@cesa.catholic.edu.au / T: 8301 6191

    Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au

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    • 10 Feb 2020
    • 9:00 AM
    • 30 Oct 2020
    • 4:00 PM
    • The Precinct Conference Centre. 2 Ann Nelson Drive, Thebarton

    Catholic Education SA
    STEM Science Professional Exchange Network Proposal

    We are delighted to invite you to register your school’s interest in participating in the CESA STEM Science Professional Exchange Network 2020.

    In partnership with the South Australian Science Teachers Association (SASTA), the professional learning delivered by SASTA will support teachers to understand more deeply the focus and relevance that science discipline knowledge has in the interdisciplinary action in STEM. Teachers will be immersed in the discipline of science, the key understandings, processes and skills. The aim is to develop teachers’ confidence and competence in designing innovative and authentic Science Learning.

    Designed and delivered by SASTA Executive Officer, Kate Dilger, the structure of the professional learning will involve Primary (3-6) and Secondary (7-10) Educator streams accessing four workshops each in 2020. Scheduled Workshops and dates are as follows:

    Primary

    Workshop 1 

    Introduction & Chemical Sciences

    Monday 10 Feb (Term 1, Week 3)
    Workshop 2   Physical & Biological Sciences

    Monday 11 May (Term 2, Week 3)
    Workshop 3  Earth & Spaces Sciences

    Monday 10 Aug (Term 3, Week 4)


    Secondary

     Workshop 1

    Introduction & Chemical Sciences

    Tuesday 18 Feb (Term 1, Week 4)
     Workshop 2 Physical & Biological Sciences
     
    Monday 18 May (Term 2, Week 4)
     Workshop 3 Earth & Spaces Sciences

    Monday 17 Aug (Term 3, Week 5)


    Combined

     Workshop 4 Professional Sharing               
    Evidence of Impact

    Friday 30 Oct (Term 4, Week 3)


    After each full da
    y workshop, participants will be tasked to implement codesigned science learning in their classrooms and gather evidence of impact. Participants will be supported between workshops through:

    • CESA Teams collaboration tool  
    • Resources
    • School Mentoring / Coaching sessions by Kate Dilger and/or CESA STEM Consultant.

    Workshop Enquiries: melanie.oleary@cesa.catholic.edu.au, T: 8301 6820

    Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au


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      • 10 Feb 2020
      • 30 Oct 2020
      • 4 sessions
      • The Precinct Conference Centre. 2 Ann Nelson Drive, Thebarton
      Register

      Catholic Education SA
      STEM Science Professional Exchange Network

      In partnership with the South Australian Science Teachers Association (SASTA), the professional learning delivered by SASTA will support teachers to understand more deeply the focus and relevance that science discipline knowledge has in the interdisciplinary action in STEM. Teachers will be immersed in the discipline of science, the key understandings, processes and skills. The aim is to develop teachers’ confidence and competence in designing innovative and authentic Science Learning.

      Designed and delivered by SASTA Executive Officer, Kate Dilger, the workshops will be held over 3 days, followed by a combined workshop with Secondary schools in October.

      Primary

      Workshop 1 

      Introduction & Chemical Sciences

      Monday 10 Feb (Term 1, Week 3)
      Workshop 2   Physical & Biological Sciences

      Monday 11 May (Term 2, Week 3)
      Workshop 3 Earth & Spaces Sciences

      Monday 10 Aug (Term 3, Week 4)
       Workshop 4

      Professional Sharing
      Evidence of Impact

      Friday 30 Oct (Term 4, Week 3) 



      After each full da
      y workshop, participants will be tasked to implement codesigned science learning in their classrooms and gather evidence of impact. Participants will be supported between workshops through:

      • CESA Teams collaboration tool  
      • Resources
      • School Mentoring / Coaching sessions by Kate Dilger and/or CESA STEM Consultant.

      Workshop Enquiries: melanie.oleary@cesa.catholic.edu.au, T: 8301 6820

      Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au


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        • 27 Feb 2020
        • 8:45 AM
        • 09 Nov 2020
        • 3:15 PM
        • The Grange Golf Club and Catholic Education Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton
        • 2
        Registration is closed

        2020 Network: Pedagogical Leadership for EAL Learners

        Last day to register: Friday 31 January 2020

        In 2020 the Leading Learning team will continue to facilitate the network Pedagogical Leadership for EAL Learners. This network provides participants with the opportunity to form learning partnerships that aspire for EAL learners to be thriving and capable learners, with a specific focus on the key capabilities in the Living Learning Leading framework: ‘literate and effective communicators’ and ‘intercultural and globally minded’.

        Current and new schools and teachers are invited to register to be part of this network in 2020.

        NETWORK FOCUS

        Successful implementation of schools’ strategic plans for improving EAL learning
        Teachers will be supported to analyse evidence, develop, monitor, and achieve school improvement goals for EAL learners

        Development of pedagogical leadership in EAL key teachers
        With reference to the TESOL Elaborations to the AITSL professional standards for teachers: Highly Accomplished and Lead teacher

        Re-imagine EAL in CESA schools
        We have engaged Dr Misty Adoniou to facilitate part of each network meeting by engaging with research-based learning about EAL pedagogy and language that builds a culture of high expectations for EAL learners and promotes co-constructed learning and community engagement.

        Click here for Further information

        NETWORK MEETING DATES:
        Term 1, Week 5 - Thursday 27 February, 8.45am - 3.15pm  - Grange Golf Club
        Term 2, Week 6 - Monday 01 June, 8.45am - 3.15pm - Catholic Education Office, Room 7
        Term 3, Week 5 - Monday 17 August, 8.45am - 3.15pm - Grange Golf Club 
        Term 4, Week 5 - Monday 09 November, 9.00am - 4.00pm - Catholic Education Office, Room 7
                

        AITSL NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS FOR TEACHERS INCLUDE:
        Standard 1 - Know students and how they learn
        Standard 2 - Know the content and how to teach it
        Standard 3 - Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
        Standard 4 - Create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments
        Standard 5 - Assess, provide feedback and report on student learning
        Standard 6 - Engage in professional learning


        INTENDED FOR:
        Educators with a school-wide responsibility for leading the implementation of a school improvement priority in EAL. 

        Cost: no fee

        Catering: morning tea and lunch will be provided

        FACILITATORS:
        Leading Learning Consultants


        For Further Information regarding registration:

        Chris Virgin
        chris.virgin@cesa.catholic.edu.au or 8301 6851

        • 27 Feb 2020
        • 9:00 AM
        • 30 Oct 2020
        • 4:00 PM
        • Various Schools to be advised
        • 22
        Registration is closed

        Quality Learning and Leading in the Middle Years

        Last day to register: Friday 14 February 2020

        NETWORK FOCUS

        At the heart of our Living Learning Leading Framework is the inherent belief that all learners are competent, capable leaders who have the agency to co construct learning with others and be agents of change. Building on the learning of the 2017-2019 Middle Years Network, the Quality Learning and Leading in the Middle Years Network (QLLMY) seeks to increase learner agency and to support students, educators and leaders to work and learn together in new ways, honouring identity and diversity. This year we aim to build a broader repertoire of strategies for increasing student engagement and agency in their learning. We also aim to provide the prompts to embed changes in curriculum design, pedagogy, assessment and reporting which promote student agency and co-construction. We will support educators to be more confident to design learning in a co-constructed way and to be authors of a common language for articulating learning and growth.

        NETWORK MEETING TIMES 
        Thursday 27 February  9.00am - 4.00pm - At various schools - To be advised
        Friday 28 February  9.00am - 4.00pm - At various schools - To be advised
        Monday 04 May   9.00am - 4.00pm -  At various schools - To be advised
        Monday 27 July   9.00am - 4.00pm -  At various schools - To be advised

        Friday 30 October   9.00am - 4.00pm - At various schools - To be advised

        AITSL NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS FOR TEACHERS INCLUDE:

        Standard 1 - Know students and how they learn
              1.1 Physical, social and intellectual development and characteristics of students
              1.2 Understand how students learn
        Standard 3 - Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
               3.6 Evaluate and improve teaching programs
        Standard 6 - Engage in professional learning
              6.3 Engage with colleagues and improve practice

        INTENDED FOR:

        This network is for any leader of learning seeking to foster in students the desire and purpose to create something of value as well as develop quality learning in and beyond what they perceive as their sphere of influence. Multiple participants per school are encouraged, as well as leaders from school clusters.

        Cost: no workshop fee

        Catering: morning tea and lunch will be  provided

        FACILITATORS:
        Curriculum, Learning and Wellbeing Consultants
        Peter Hutton 
        Professor Donna Pendergast

        For Further Information regarding registration:
        Chris Virgin
        chris.virgin@cesa.catholic.edu.au
         8301 6851

        • 27 Feb 2020
        • 4:00 PM
        • 09 Nov 2020
        • 6:00 PM
        • Grange Golf Club - White Sands Drive, Grange and Catholic Education Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton
        • 0
        Registration is closed

        2020 Using Mentor Texts to Teach Language and Literacy
        Dr Misty Adoniou

        Last day to register: Friday 07 February 2020   
         

        FOCUS:
        The CESA EAL program has engaged Dr Misty Adoniou, associate professor at University of Canberra, to facilitate a series of four workshops focusing on using mentor texts to develop vocabulary, oral language reading and writing.  These workshops will be suitable for all teachers of EAL learners in the Early Years through to Secondary.

        Dr Adoniou is an Associate Professor in Language, Literacy and TESOL at the University of Canberra. She was lead writer for the national English as an Additional Language Teachers Resource which accompanies the Australian Curriculum, and a co-writer of the Literacy General Capability. She researches and writes in the fields of literacy, teacher professional knowledge and standards, and is a sought after speaker, nationally and internationally. She has received numerous teaching awards, including an OLT National Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning and the 2014 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence. She works closely with schools and education systems around the country leading professional learning in spelling, grammar and writing. These workshops are an excellent opportunity for educators in CESA schools.

        Each workshop will build on learning and skills from the previous workshop.  Participants will be expected to attend all four workshops and commit to trialling and reflecting on new strategies introduced in the workshops.


        Click here for Further information

        WORKSHOP DATES - 4.00pm - 6.00pm:
        Term 1 - Thursday 27 February - Grange Golf Club
        Term 2 - Monday 01 June - Catholic Education Conference Centre - Room 7
        Term 3 -  Monday 17 August - Grange Golf Club 
        Term 4 - Monday 9 November - Catholic Education Conference Centre - Room 7
           

        AITSL NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS FOR TEACHERS INCLUDE:
        Standard 1 - Know students and how they learn
        Standard 2 - Know the content and how to teach it
        Standard 3 - Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
        Standard 4 - Create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments
        Standard 5 - Assess, provide feedback and report on student learning
        Standard 6 - Engage in professional learning

        INTENDED FOR:
        Specialty, classroom and subject teachers of EAL Learners.

        FACILITATORS:
        Leading Learning Consultants


        For Further Information regarding registration:

        Chris Virgin
        chris.virgin@cesa.catholic.edu.au or 8301 6851

        • 28 Feb 2020
        • 23 Oct 2020
        • 6 sessions
        • Catholic Education Office, Conference Centre. 116 George Street, Thebarton
        Register

        Session Information

        The Pattern and Structure Mathematical Awareness Program (PASMAP) is an early year’s mathematics program based on research evidence and designed to promote structural thinking, focusing student attention on spatial and numerical patterns.

        The project will research two areas of classroom-based mathematics teaching and learning:

        1. Teaching and Learning Mathematics Content
        The project will provide professional development for R-2 teachers to implement the Pattern and Structure Mathematical Awareness Program (PASMAP) and Pattern and Structure Assessment (PASA) in their classrooms.

        PASMAP is an early year’s mathematics program developed in Australia based on research evidence, and develops children’s awareness of pattern and structure in mathematics. It is designed for classroom use, with an organised series of learning sequences and pathways that can be integrated into regular planning and teaching.

        PASA is the assessment tool developed for PASMAP. It is envisaged that PASMAP and PASA would supplement the existing Australian Curriculum requirements and integrate with other mathematics assessment and planning processes, including the Early Years Numeracy Observation Assessment (EYNOA).

        2. Developing Children’s Dispositions for Intellectual Engagement with Mathematics
        The project will examine teachers’ use of a dispositional framework to enable the identification and fostering of children’s intellectual engagement when learning mathematics.

        Participating schools and R- 2 teachers will undertake professional learning with one of the authors and developers of PASMAP and PASA, Professor Joanne Mulligan, and with the researchers, Dr Virginia Kinnear (Deakin University) and Dr David Moltow (UTAS) and CESA Curriculum, Learning and Wellbeing Consultants.

        The project will support participating teachers and schools to:

        • develop their knowledge of mathematics and pedagogies for teaching mathematics;
        • improve both mathematics and numeracy learning outcomes for students;
        • develop knowledge of ways to identify and support children’s dispositions to be intellectually engaged with mathematical learning;
        • develop research skills, including data collection and management;
        • support ongoing learning in their school context;
        • foster capabilities consistent with CESA’s Living, Learning, Leading framework.

        The sessions for this research project will take place over 6 days and participation at all six days is required.

        1.  28 February @ Conference Centre Room 8
        2.  4 June @ Conference Centre Room 6
        3.  5 June
         @ Conference Centre Room 6
        4.  20 August 
        Conference Centre Room 8 (CISCO available for Country Schools)
        5.  22 October 
        @ Conference Centre Room 7
        6.  23 October @ Conference Centre Room 7

        Intended Audience: PASMAP Research Teachers

        Research Project Enquiries: gretchen.welch@cesa.catholic.edu.au  / Tel: 8301 6601

        Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au


        Please Note:

        - Visitor parking is in the Queen of Angels Church car park – entry via South Road
        - To access the George Street site, please use the controlled crossing at the intersection of George Street and South Road


        https://registrationcentre.cesa.catholic.edu.au/conferencecentre


        • 05 Mar 2020
        • 9:00 AM
        • 15 Jun 2020
        • 11:30 AM
        • Catholic Education Office
        • 96
        Register

        Phonics Screening Check Resources
        for Year 1 Teachers who Trained in the Administration
        of the PSC in 2019



        INTENDED FOR:

        Year 1 teachers who were trained as part of the 2019 Phonics Screening Check Trial.

        Upon registration the Year 1 Teachers who were part of the 2019 Trial and completed training for administering the PSC will receive the resources/materials required for the administration of the PSC in Term 3, 2020.


        FACILITATOR:

        Gretchen Welch, Curriculum, Learning & Wellbeing Consultant

        For Further Information regarding registration:

        Chris Virgin
        chris.virgin@cesa.catholic.edu.au
         8301 6851

        • 05 Mar 2020
        • 31 Jul 2020
        • 3 sessions
        • Catholic Education Office, Professional Learning Space. 112 Kintore Street, Thebarton
        • 4

        Please Note: This workshop has been cancelled

        Workshop Description

        Immerse yourself in technologies that will encourage student creativity, problem solving, collaboration, computational thinking and design thinking, through project-based learning..

        This project will take place over 3 days and participation at all three days is required.

        Core FOCI and Priorities

        • CESA Living Learning Leading Framework
        • Project-based Learning
        • Digital Technologies

        AITSL National Professional Standards for Teachers Include

        Standard 2: Know the content and how to teach it
        Standard 3: Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning

        Intended Audience: Primary and Secondary Teachers

        Total Hours: 3 x 6 Hours

        Facilitator: CESA Learning & Technologies Team

        System Accredited Module: No

        Workshop Enquiries: deborah.kroeger@cesa.catholic.edu.au / T: 8301 6832

        Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au


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        • 12 Mar 2020
        • 20 Oct 2020
        • 4 sessions
        • Catholic Education Office, Professional Learning Space, 112 Kintore Street, Thebarton
        • 7

        Please Note: This workshop has been cancelled

        Workshop Information

        The R-8 Technologies Network will support schools to build capacity in either Digital Technologies curriculum or the ICT capability. Each school will identify and implement an inquiry that is aligned to the school’s strategic plan and goals.

        This project will take place over 4 days and participation at all four days is required.

        Core FOCI and Priorities

        • CESA Living Learning Leading Framework
        • Digital Technologies
        • ICT Capabilities 

        AITSL National Professional Standards for Teachers Include

        Standard 2:  Know the content and how to teach it
        Standard 3:  Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning

        Intended Audience: Primary and Secondary Teachers

        Total Hours: 4 x 6 Hours

        System Accredited Module: No

        Facilitator: CESA Learning & Technologies Team

        Workshop Enquiries: deborah.kroeger@cesa.catholic.edu.au / T: 8301 6832

        Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au

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        • 12 Mar 2020
        • 18 Nov 2020
        • 7 sessions
        • Plant 4 at Bowden
        • 6

        Please Note: The workshop on 31 March has been postponed. We will advise you regarding the rest of the workshops.

        Workshop Locations

        The 2020 Entrepreneurial Network will build the entrepreneurial mindset of students and teachers. This network will contextualize Entrepreneurial Education authentically within each school setting. The learning will take a transdisciplinary approach, integrated with 21st century thinking and pedagogies, with a focus on the CESA Key Capabilities. At the end of the year, students and teachers will celebrate and share their entrepreneurial journey through a Showcase Event and the keynote in our first workshop will be Jan Owen CEO of Foundation for Young Australians.

        CESA has partnered with Future Anything for 2020 to transform young people’s passion and curiosity into innovative ideas that make their world a better place. We will support educators to lead authentic learning experiences that are not only Australian Curriculum aligned, but also connect students to the real world.

        The sessions for this network will take place over 6 days and participation at all six days is required.

        Teachers & School Leaders only (No Students)
        1.  T
        hursday 12 March

        Students to attend with Teachers
        2.  Tuesday 31 March
        3.  Wednesday 6 May
        4.  Tuesday 23 June
        5.  Wednesday 5 August
        6.  Tuesday 20 October

        Showcase Event - Students, Teachers & School Leaders are invited to attend
        Wednesday 18 November


        AITSL National
        Professional Standards for Teachers Include

        Standard 1:  Know students and how they learn
        Standard 2:  Know the content and how to teach it
        Standard 3:  Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning

        Total Hours: 6 workshops x 5.5 hours

        Facilitators: Future Anything and CESA Curriculum, Learning & Wellbeing Team

        Workshop Enquiries: daniela.piteo@cesa.catholic.edu.au / T: 8301 6675

        Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au

        • 16 Mar 2020
        • 9:00 AM
        • 23 Nov 2020
        • 4:00 PM
        • Still Earth, 143 Angel Rd Warnertown
        Register

        Making Nests (Port Pirie Program)

        This is a leadership development and professional collaborative program to develop deeper understandings of how to connect Catholic Identity, Staff Spiritual and Religious Formation and school culture. In 2019 this will use Cynthia Bourgeault’s book The Wisdom Way of Knowing: Reclaiming An Ancient Tradition to Awaken the Heart as an inspiration for considering new expressions of staff formation that meet contemporary needs, enhance core priorities of the school and enable effective leadership. This provides a contemporary application of the wisdom traditions in developing capability to plan for and lead Spiritual and Religious Formation as well as deepening an engagement with professional learning for engagement with the Wisdom strand in the redeveloped Crossways   A key component is liaising with colleagues, sharing good practice and returning to school with the confidence, knowledge and resources to engage your staff community. Previous participants have reflected on the value of this collaboration and professional relationships for making Catholic Identity visible in their schools as well as developing their personal knowledge of theology and scripture. It is encouraged that you participate with colleagues from your school leadership team to maximise its impact on professional practice.

        Venue - Still Earth, 143 Angel Rd Warnertown

        Port Pirie

        Session 1:  Mon 16 March 2020

        Session 2:  Mon 29 June 2020

        Session 3:  Mon 14 September 2020

        Session 4:  Mon 23 November 2020 

        For registration and general information refer to: Angela Brown angela.brown@cesa.catholic.edu.au or phone 8301 6629.

        For further information regarding the program, please contact: Julian Kluge julian.kluge@cesa.catholic.edu.au or phone 8301 6674.

        • 17 Mar 2020
        • 9:00 AM
        • 24 Nov 2020
        • 4:00 PM
        • Le Fevre Catholic Community & The Monastery
        Register


        Making Nests (Adelaide Program)


        This is a leadership development and professional collaborative program to develop deeper understandings of how to connect Catholic Identity, Staff Spiritual and Religious Formation and school culture. In 2019 this will use Cynthia Bourgeault’s book The Wisdom Way of Knowing: Reclaiming An Ancient Tradition to Awaken the Heart as an inspiration for considering new expressions of staff formation that meet contemporary needs, enhance core priorities of the school and enable effective leadership. This provides a contemporary application of the wisdom traditions in developing capability to plan for and lead Spiritual and Religious Formation as well as deepening an engagement with professional learning for engagement with the Wisdom strand in the redeveloped Crossways   A key component is liaising with colleagues, sharing good practice and returning to school with the confidence, knowledge and resources to engage your staff community. Previous participants have reflected on the value of this collaboration and professional relationships for making Catholic Identity visible in their schools as well as developing their personal knowledge of theology and scripture. It is encouraged that you participate with colleagues from your school leadership team to maximise its impact on professional practice.

        Adelaide

        Session 1:  Tues 17 March 2020

        Session 2:  Tues 30 June 2020

        Session 3:  Tues 15 September 2020

        Session 4:  Tues 24 November 2020

        Session 1 & 3 at LeFevre Catholic Community
        Session 2 & 4 at The Monastery, Glen Osmond.

        For registration and general information refer to: Angela Brown angela.brown@cesa.catholic.edu.au or phone 8301 6629.


        For further information regarding the program, please contact: Julian Kluge julian.kluge@cesa.catholic.edu.au or phone 8301 6674.

        • 18 Mar 2020
        • 15 Oct 2020
        • 4 sessions
        • Catholic Education Office, Professional Learning Space, 112 Kintore Street, Thebarton
        • 0

        Please Note: This workshop has been cancelled

        Workshop Information

        Computer Aided Design provides the necessary digital literacies for STEM fields such as:

        • 3D Printing
        • Augment Reality
        • Interactive presentations
        • Video game design

        Successful implementation of any CAD activity requires careful learning design to guarantee sustainable student success. This series of workshops will:

        • enhance the capacity of both new and experienced STEM teachers
        • develop resources with participants to sustainable incorporate CAD into their school’s curriculum
        • explore how CAD is used in Industry and how this impacts authentic learning
        • explore different applications for CAD, including 3D Printing & Augmented Reality, embedded into O365
        • create an online case study with directory of resources to be used throughout the CESA network.

        These workshops are tailored for both Primary and Middle school teachers and workshops will be held on:

        • Wednesday 18 March (Primary)
        • Thursday 19 March (Secondary)
        • Tuesday 26 May (Combined) &
        • Thursday 15 October (Combined)

        Core FOCI and Priorities

        • CESA Living Learning Leading Framework
        • STEM Pedagogy 

        AITSL National Professional Standards for Teachers Include

        Standard 2:  Know the content and how to teach it
        Standard 3:  Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
        Standard 6:  Engage in professional learning

        Intended Audience: Primary and Secondary Teachers

        Total Hours: 3 x 6 Hours

        System Accredited Module: No

        Facilitator: CESA Learning & Technologies Team

        Workshop Enquiries: jarrod.carter@cesa.catholic.edu.au / T: 8301 6191

        Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au

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        • 23 Mar 2020
        • 9:00 AM
        • 21 Oct 2020
        • 4:00 PM
        • Four face-to-face workshops will be held at The Grange Golf Club, White Sands Drive, Grange.
        • 2
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        Pathways to School Leadership – Leading with Impact is a dynamic program that builds upon the previous Middle Leaders programs (MLP) and is designed for teachers holding positions of responsibility in Catholic schools.

        CESA Pathways to School Leadership – Leading with Impact, aims to mirror the successes and extend the features of the MLP.

        Please refer to the Pathways to School Leadership - leading with impact program summary for more information.

        Face-to-face workshop dates:

               23 March 2020       (Day 1)  9am to 4pm

               24 March 2020       (Day 2)  9am to 4pm

               20 October 2020    (Day 3)  9am to 4pm

               21 October 2020    (Day 4)  9am to 12noon

        Webinar sessions: May, June and July

        Cost per participant will be $1,400.

        CESA will issue an invoice to participants once the course has commenced.

        For further information contact:
        Linda Primavera, Executive Administrator, Leadership Development linda.primavera@cesa.catholic.edu.au
        Phone:  08 8301 6676

        Note: Registrations close at COB on Friday 21 February 2020.

        • 08 Apr 2020
        • 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM
        • Online via Webex
        • 10
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        Workshop Information

        Apple Education Learning Series Webcasts

        The Apple Education Learning Series is now available to support schools and educators with remote learning resources. This series is presented by the Apple Education Leadership and Learning teams. Each video is designed to help educators use the built-in features of their Apple products to enable remote learning for all students.

        As a follow-up to the series, educators can also participate in virtual conferences led by Stephen Corcoran from the Apple Education Team. Each virtual conference will run for approximately 30 minutes and will provide an opportunity for educators to engage in dialogue with Stephen about the content provided in each video.

        Prepare Resources for Remote Learning This video will help educators learn how to get up and running for remote learning with iPad. We’ll explore ways to access school resources and find apps that support remote learning. Tips will include using iPad built-in features to scan documents and stay organised, using Markup to annotate teacher materials and student work, getting set up with Voice Memos, and more.

        Deadline to Register: 12 noon, Tuesday 7 April

        You will receive a WebEx invite from Stephen Corcoran (Apple) on Tuesday 7
         April with the webcast link.

        Core FOCI and Priorities: Remote Learning

        Intended Audience: Teachers using iPads

        Total Hours: 30 Minutes

        Facilitator: Apple Education

        Workshop Enquiries: deborah.kroeger@cesa.catholic.edu.au

        Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au

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        • 08 Apr 2020
        • 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
        • Online via Webex
        • 10
        Register

        Workshop Information

        Apple Education Learning Series Webcasts

        The Apple Education Learning Series is now available to support schools and educators with remote learning resources. This series is presented by the Apple Education Leadership and Learning teams. Each video is designed to help educators use the built-in features of their Apple products to enable remote learning for all students.

        As a follow-up to the series, educators can also participate in virtual conferences led by Stephen Corcoran from the Apple Education Team. Each virtual conference will run for approximately 30 minutes and will provide an opportunity for educators to engage in dialogue with Stephen about the content provided in each video.

        Create and Share Presentations and Demos Presenting information in compelling ways is even more important when you’re not able to be face-to-face with your students. In this video we’ll show you how to use iPad built-in features to create demos and instructional videos and share them with your colleagues and students. Using Keynote, or any presentation tool, you’ll learn how to record content and create demos on iPad for use with your students.

        Deadline to Register: 12 noon, Tuesday 7 April

        You will receive a WebEx invite from Stephen Corcoran (Apple) on Tuesday 7
         April with the webcast link.

        Core FOCI and Priorities: Remote Learning

        Intended Audience: Teachers using iPads

        Total Hours: 30 Minutes

        Facilitator: Apple Education

        Workshop Enquiries: deborah.kroeger@cesa.catholic.edu.au

        Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au

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        • 08 Apr 2020
        • 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM
        • Online via Webex
        • 10
        Register

        Workshop Information

        Apple Education Learning Series Webcasts

        The Apple Education Learning Series is now available to support schools and educators with remote learning resources. This series is presented by the Apple Education Leadership and Learning teams. Each video is designed to help educators use the built-in features of their Apple products to enable remote learning for all students.

        As a follow-up to the series, educators can also participate in virtual conferences led by Stephen Corcoran from the Apple Education Team. Each virtual conference will run for approximately 30 minutes and will provide an opportunity for educators to engage in dialogue with Stephen about the content provided in each video.

        Create Engaging Videos with Clips Clips is a free app that lets educators and students easily create and share fun and engaging videos. We’ll show you how educators can use Clips to create instructional videos for exploring new skills and ideas, and how students can make videos to share what they’ve learned.

        Deadline to Register: 12 noon, Tuesday 7 April

        You will receive a WebEx invite from Stephen Corcoran (Apple) on Tuesday 7
         April with the webcast link.

        Core FOCI and Priorities: Remote Learning

        Intended Audience: Teachers using iPads

        Total Hours: 30 Minutes

        Facilitator: Apple Education

        Workshop Enquiries: deborah.kroeger@cesa.catholic.edu.au

        Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au

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        • 17 Apr 2020
        • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
        • Caritas College, Port Augusta
        • 30
        Register

        The Keeping Safe - Child Protection Curriculum Training

        COURSE DESCRIPTION

        The Keeping Safe - Child Protection Curriculum training aims to unpack this curriculum document.
        The Keeping Safe Child Protection document specific aim is to help children from pre-school to senior secondary learn to recognise abuse and develop ways of protecting themselves from abuse, its wider focus covers rights, responsibilities, relationships and ethical behaviour.

        This is mandatory training for all teachers in Catholic Schools and a certificate will be forwarded to participants following the session.

        COURSE INFORMATION

        Venue:
        Caritas College
        PORT AUGUSTA

        Morning tea and lunch are provided

        INTENDED FOR

        All Teachers in Catholic Schools

        FACILITATOR

        Enquiries about this course can be referred to Andrea Richardson at 8301 6662 or andrea.richardson@cesa.catholic.edu.au

        AITSL STANDARDS:

        Standard 2: know the content and how to teach it
        2.1 content and teaching strategies of the teaching area

        Standard 6: engage in professional learning
        6.2 engage in professional learning and improve practice
        6.3 engage with colleagues and improve practice

        Standard 7: engage professionally with colleagues, parents/carers and community
        7.1 meet professional ethics and responsibilities
        7.2 comply with legislative, administrative and organisational requirements
        7.4 engage with professional teaching networks and broader communities

        Registration : closes Monday, 13 April 2020, 4.00pm

         

        For further information regarding registration:

        Ria Wong
        Catholic Education Office
        Ph  8301 6618
        ria.wong@cesa.catholic.edu.au

         

        • 23 Apr 2020
        • 8:45 AM
        • 24 Apr 2020
        • 3:30 PM
        • Grange Golf Club, White Sands Drive, Grange
        • 3

        Postponed:  2020 Teacher Induction Module for Teachers New to Catholic Schools in South Australia (REGISTRATION CLOSED:  FULL)

        All teachers new to Catholic schools in South Australia are required to attend an Induction Module (in the past known as Accreditation A) as part of the Accreditation requirements of the SACCS Accreditation Policy 2012 (available at 
        http://online.cesanet.adl.catholic.edu.au/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-7713)

        Note:  registrations to this course are now closed.  Session is full.

        INDUCTION MODULE COMPONENTS

        1: Catholic Schools Identity & Mission explores the nature of Catholic schools and the vocational call for all staff to be witnesses to and support schools' Catholic identity and mission, along with general information about CESA services.

        2: Professional Standards and Responsibilities provides important information about professional expectations, employment and legal obligations, rights, responsibilities and duty of care. Special attention is drawn to the CESA Code of Conduct and to the cross-sectorial document Protective Practices.

         

        3: Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum Training. All teachers in SA Catholic schools are required to complete Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum Training. This training is required before teachers can teach the Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum. (Please note that Responding to Abuse and Neglect is a separate mandatory requirement). 

         

        Teachers choose and register for each of the three Induction Module components are required. 

        e.g. Teacher A, a first year graduate, has not undertaken any of the components and so registers for all three components (Option 1).

        e.g. Teacher B, joining Catholic Education SA from another sector or from teaching interstate, has completed the Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum elsewhere and so registers for Components 1 & 2 (Option 2).

        e.g Teacher C, a new graduate employed in the Dicoese of Port Pirie, attended that Diocese' Induction Day (equivalent of Component 1) in Port Pirie in Term 1, and so registers for Components 2 & 3 (Option 3).

        COURSE INFORMATION

        Term 1 Break

        1. Catholic Schools Identity & Mission (Day 1)
        Thursday 23 April 2020, 9am -3.30pm

        Facilitators:  Christina Jonas, Religious Education Consultant and Jacinta Astachnowicz, Staff Spirituality and Religious Formation Consultant.

        2. Professional Standards and Responsibilities (Day 2)
        Friday 24 April 2020, 9am - 11am

        Facilitator:  Kerry Cox, Senior Adviser Human Resources

        3. Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum Training (Day 2)
        Friday 24 April 2020, 11.30 - 3.30pm

        Facilitator:  Andrea Richardson, Behaviour Education Consultant

        There is a cost associated with this day - please see registration options for details.

         AITSL AUSTRALIAN PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS FOR TEACHERS INCLUDE:

        • Standard 2: Know the content and how to teach it
        • Standard 4: Create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments
        • Standard 6: Engage in professional learning
        • Standard 7: Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/carers and the community

        INTENDED FOR:

        Teachers new to Catholic Education South Australia

          Please note a cancellation policy applies - notice must be provided by Thursday 16 April or your school will be charged the workshop fee.

          For registration queries please contact the Religious Education Administrator carmen.larwood@cesa.catholic.edu.au On completion of module, please allow up to 6 weeks for certificates to be issued to schools.



          • 24 Apr 2020
          • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
          • CEO Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton - Room 8
          • 0

          POSTPONED

          All the gospel writers affirm that Jesus' miraculous deeds or 'acts of power' were a central part of his ministry, proclaiming and anticipating the coming Reign of God. This workshop will unpack a range of miracle stories, many of which are referred to across the Strands in the redesigned Crossways Curriculum. It will also focus on a range of strategies to help make Jesus' miracles relevant and meaningful for our students today.      

          Facilitator:  Kate Ordon

          Intended for:  APRIM/REC/Religious Leaders; teachers of Year 3 upwards

          System Accredited Module:  Yes

          CESA Living Learning Leading Framework - Key Capability: 
          Spiritually aware and inspired by faith
          Moral, compassionate, ecologically aware
          Knowledgable, inquisitive and innovative 

          AITSL Australian Professional Standards:  
                      

          1 - Know students and how they learn

          2 - Know the content and how to teach it

          6 - Engage in professional learning

          7 - Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/caregivers and the community

                 
            

          Cancellation policy applies 48 hours notice must be given or applicant will be charged the workshop fee.  If withdrawing after this time due to illness or extenuating circumstances, the cost for catering will be invoiced.

          Parking: is available in the Queen of Angels Church carparkfor visitors to the George Street or Kintore Street Conference Centres or meeting rooms. Please access the carpark from South Road. A map can be found at Catholic Education Conference Centre

          If you have any registration queries please contact Elaine Mulhall at elaine.mulhall@cesa.catholic.edu.au or phone 8301 6629.     

           

          • 29 Apr 2020
          • 09 Sep 2020
          • 3 sessions
          • The Precinct Conference Centre. 2 Ann Nelson Drive, Thebarton
          • 19

          Please Note: This workshop has been cancelled

          Workshop Information

          Over 3 days, explore a variety of apps for students in the early years to create, including music, video, photography and drawings. The application of these apps will include STEM, literacy and numeracy contexts. Teachers will also explore Apple Classroom to manage student devices and access and Apple Teacher to further their own professional learning. Guest speakers will also share their experiences and learning from the classroom. Participants are encouraged to plan and implement a learning experience for students in between each workshop.

          Please ensure a teacher or Technologies leader from each school also registers for the iPad Readiness Workshop (31 March).

          Core FOCI and Priorities

          • Digital Technologies
          • ICT Capabilities 

          AITSL National Professional Standards for Teachers Include

          Standard 2:  Know the content and how to teach it
          Standard 3:  Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning

          Intended Audience: Early Years Teachers

          Total Hours: 18

          System Accredited Module: No

          Facilitator: Apple Education Australia

          Workshop Enquiries: deborah.kroeger@cesa.catholic.edu.au / T: 8301 6832

          Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au

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          • 30 Apr 2020
          • 9:00 AM - 11:30 PM
          • Religious Education Team
          Register

          2020 CATHOLIC PROFESSIONAL FORMATION ALLOWANCE (CPF) 

          LEVEL 1 or 2 APPLICATION 

           APPLICATIONS CLOSE THURSDAY 30 APRIL 2020

           

          Please note the following important information-  

          • This application is only for teachers who have completed approved Catholic Studies unit(s) outside of the UniSA Graduate Certificate in Catholic Education (eg teachers who have completed Catholic Studies Sequence units as part of their Bachelor/Master of Education) - Teachers participating in the Graduate Certificate offered by the RE Team will automatically receive CPF 1 & 2 and do not need to apply.          
          • You will receive a confirmation email from CESA Registration when you have successfully submitted a CPF1 / 2 application.  If you do not receive this email you have not successfully submitted an application.               
          • Deputy Principals and Principals are not eligible for CPF Allowances.

           

           

          For assistance contact angela.brown@cesa.catholic.edu.au or on 8301 6629  

              You will find more CPF information at http://online.cesanet.adl.catholic.edu.au/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-1736  

           

           

           

          Have you applied for Accreditation to Teach in a Catholic School?

          You are eligible to apply once you have completed four tertiary Catholic Studies courses and the Induction Module.    

          You can find further accreditation information on CESA Online http://online.cesanet.adl.catholic.edu.au/docushare/dseb/HomePage  Go to 'Religious Education' then 'Teacher Accreditation'. 

           

           

           

           

          • 30 Apr 2020
          • 9:00 AM - 11:30 PM
          • Religious Education Team
          Register

          2020 CATHOLIC PROFESSIONAL FORMATION ALLOWANCE (CPF)   LEVEL 3 APPLICATION       

          APPLICATIONS CLOSE THURSDAY 30 APRIL 2020  

          To be eligible for 2020 Catholic Professional Formation (CPF) Allowance level 3 you must have previously received CPF 2, and have completed in 2019, two Accredited Catholic Studies Modules or Approved Tertiary Catholic Studies units in any of the following combinations -     

          • 1 System Accredited Module (SAM) and assessment, together with 1 School Accredited Module (ScAM) - or -         
          • 2 System Accredited Modules (SAMs) and 2 assessments - or -
          • 1 of the above modules and 1 approved tertiary Catholic Studies unit - or -
          • 2 approved tertiary Catholic Studies units.

          If any of the study that you completed in 2019 was not offered by the CEO Religious Education team we will not have a record of you completing this and you will need to forward evidence of this study to Angela Brown at angela.brown@cesa.catholic.edu.au in order for your application to be processed.

          Please note the following important information -

          • You will receive a confirmation email from CESA Registration when you submit a CPF3 application.  If you do not receive this email you have not successfully submitted an application 
          • All School Accredited Module (ScAM) participation will be verified by school Principals during the 2020 CPF reconciliation process.  You only need answer 'yes' or 'no' to this question.  You do not need to provide information around this learning.      
          • Deputy Principals and Principals are not eligible for CPF Allowance.    
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          • 30 Apr 2020
          • 19 Jun 2020
          • 2 sessions
          • Catholic Education Office, Professional Learning Space, 112 Kintore Street, Thebarton
          • 0

          Please Note: This workshop has been cancelled

          Workshop Information

          Explore the power of game-based learning through Minecraft Education. Provide your students with opportunities to design, create, research and collaborate in a virtual world.

          Day 1 will provide an introduction to Minecraft Education and game-based learning. Become familiar with how Minecraft works and explore available resources and worlds.

          Day 2 is designed to deepen your understanding of Minecraft Education and share experiences.

          In-between workshops, teachers will be asked to explore learning in Minecraft with their students.

          Core FOCI and Priorities

          • CESA Living Learning Leading Framework: Key Capability
            - “Confident and careful creators and users of technology”
            - "Self-aware, collaborative and socially adept"
          • Australian Curriculum – ICT Capability/Digital Technologies 

          AITSL National Professional Standards for Teachers Include

          Standard 2:  Know the content and how to teach it (2.6)
          Standard 3:  Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning (3.4)

          Intended Audience: Classroom Teachers

          Total Hours: 6 Hours

          System Accredited Module: No

          Facilitator: CESA Learning & Technologies Team

          Workshop Enquiries: deborah.kroeger@cesa.catholic.edu.au

          Registration Enquiries: adeline.mcloughlin@cesa.catholic.edu.au

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          • 04 May 2020
          • 8:30 AM
          • 05 May 2020
          • 5:00 PM
          • TBA
          • 0
          Join waitlist

          Dare to Lead Two Day Workshop with Anna Ranaldo

          Anna Ranaldo, certified Dare to Lead facilitator will facilitate two workshop days based on the research of Dr Brene Brown and based on her award winning book, ‘Dare to Lead’. Anna Ranaldo is the founder of AR Consulting and Collective Courage. With a passion for people and potential, Anna specialises in emotional intelligence, change resilience and team effectiveness. As a Dare to Lead facilitator (DTLF) and ICF ACC Certified Coach Anna has worked as a consultant, leader and executive coach.

          Prior to the workshop a mini survey and Brene Brown Leadership Assessment will be emailed to each participant.

          Workshop details:  http://www.collectivecourage.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/DaretoLeadCourse.pdf 

          Attendance is required at both sessions:
          Monday 4 May 2020 8.30am to 5.00pm
          Tuesday 5 May 2020 8.30am to 5.00pm

          Cost:  $300
          (an invoice will be forwarded to participants by the CEO around the time of the event)
           

          For further information contact:
          Juanita Lieschke, Administrator, Leadership Development
          Juanita.lieschke@cesa.catholic.edu.au
          Phone:  08 8301 6885

          • 05 May 2020
          • 8:45 AM - 4:00 PM
          • Sfera's Park Suites & Convention Centre, 191 Reservoir Rd, Modbury.
          Register

          Crossways Networked Implementation Program Phase 1 Day,  

          Central North + Tea Tree Gully Catholic Community Clusters (Network E) 

          Networked Implementation Program for the Re-design of the Religious Education curriculum - Crossways. This program will enable school leaders and teachers to deepen their understanding of the new Crossways curriculum and its potential to enhance the Catholic identity of school communities and transform the lives of students through high quality teaching and learning.

          The aim of the Networked Implementation Program is to build the capacity of school leaders and key staff to support and lead the effective implementation of the new Crossways curriculum in their school communities.

          The Implementation program has been scoped across 2020 with network groupings based on the CESA school clusters.

          The 2020 Crossways Implementation Program schedule can be found at this Docushare link

          Please note this day is for school leadership and key teachers of Religious Education who work in schools in the Central North + Tea Tree Gully Catholic Community Clusters.

          Morning tea and lunch will be provided. Tea and coffee available from 8.30am

          Facilitators:  Religious Education Team

          Intended for:  Principals, APRIMs/RECs and key teachers of Religious Education in the Central North + Tea Tree Gully Catholic Community Clusters. 

          System Accredited Module:  Yes

          CESA Living Learning Leading Framework - Key Capability: 
          Spiritually aware and inspired by faith
          Knowledgeable, inquisitive and innovative

          Moral, Compassionate and Ecologically aware

          AITSL Australian Professional Standards:  
          2 - Know the content and how to teach it
          3 - Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
          6 - Engage in professional learning
          7 - Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/caregivers and the community

          If you have any registration queries please contact Christina Lagozzino at christina.lagozzino@cesa.catholic.edu.au or phone 8301 6659. 

          If there are any issues or queries regarding Crossways Implementation, please contact RE consultant Marcia Burgess marcia.burgess@cesa.catholic.edu.au on 8301 6822.


                 
             

                

           

               

           

          • 06 May 2020
          • 8:45 AM - 4:00 PM
          • Sfera's Park Suites & Convention Centre, 191 Reservoir Rd, Modbury
          Register

          Crossways Networked Implementation Program Phase 1 Day,  

          Inner North East Cluster (Network F)

          Networked Implementation Program for the Re-design of the Religious Education curriculum - Crossways. This program will enable school leaders and teachers to deepen their understanding of the new Crossways curriculum and its potential to enhance the Catholic identity of school communities and transform the lives of students through high quality teaching and learning.

          The aim of the Networked Implementation Program is to build the capacity of school leaders and key staff to support and lead the effective implementation of the new Crossways curriculum in their school communities.

          The Implementation program has been scoped across 2020 with network groupings based on the CESA school clusters.

          The 2020 Crossways Implementation Program schedule can be found at this Docushare link

          Please note this day is for school leadership and key teachers of Religious Education who work in schools in the Inner North East Cluster.

          Morning tea and lunch will be provided. Tea and coffee available from 8.30am

          Facilitators:  Religious Education Team

          Intended for:  Principals, APRIMs/RECs and key teachers of Religious Education in the Inner North East Cluster.

          System Accredited Module:  Yes

          CESA Living Learning Leading Framework - Key Capability: 
          Spiritually aware and inspired by faith
          Knowledgeable, inquisitive and innovative

          Moral, Compassionate and Ecologically aware

          AITSL Australian Professional Standards:  
          2 - Know the content and how to teach it
          3 - Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
          6 - Engage in professional learning
          7 - Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/caregivers and the community

          If you have any registration queries please contact Christina Lagozzino at christina.lagozzino@cesa.catholic.edu.au or phone 8301 6659. 

          If there are any issues or queries regarding Crossways Implementation, please contact RE consultant Marcia Burgess marcia.burgess@cesa.catholic.edu.au on 8301 6822.

                 
             

                

           

               

           

          • 06 May 2020
          • 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
          • Catholic Education Office, 116 George St Thebarton, Conference Centre Room 6
          • 21
          Register


          Please find listed below details for the system-based induction session for new Education Support Officers (ESO) in Semester 1, 2020. 

          Education Support Officers new to Catholic Schools in South Australia and existing ESO’s who may be interested in and would benefit from attending are warmly invited to register:

          • Wednesday, 6 May 2020
          • Catholic Education Office
          • 116 George Street, Thebarton, Conference Centre, Room 6
          • 12.00pm – 4.00pm
          • A Light Lunch is Provided         

          The ESO Induction sessions will be facilitated by members of the People, Leadership & Culture (Human Resources) and Religious Education Teams with sessions covering the following topics:

          • ·         Education Support Officer supporting the mission of a Catholic school
          • ·         Duty of Care
          • ·         Protective Practices for Staff in their interactions with students
          • ·         Key employment matters for ESO's
          • ·         Professional Development opportunities and Study Incentive Program funding

          CISCO-Webex Teams is available to allow country participants to participate in the Induction session.  Please ensure your attendance via CISCO-Webex Teams  is indicated by  ticking the box indicated.

          For Further Information Please Contact:


          David Kerr ( 8301 6802 / david.kerr@cesa.catholic.edu.au   

          (Senior Adviser, Human Resources, People Leadership & Culture)

          Peter Hales ( 8301 6802 / peter.hales@cesa.catholic.edu.au   

          (Administrator, Human Resources, People Leadership & Culture)

              

          • 07 May 2020
          • 8:45 AM - 4:00 PM
          • Glenelg Golf Club, James Melrose Rd, Novar Gardens SA 5040
          Register

          Crossways Networked Implementation Program Phase 1 Day,  

          Eastern Region, Hills/Murray + South East Clusters (Network G)

          Networked Implementation Program for the Re-design of the Religious Education curriculum - Crossways. This program will enable school leaders and teachers to deepen their understanding of the new Crossways curriculum and its potential to enhance the Catholic identity of school communities and transform the lives of students through high quality teaching and learning.

          The aim of the Networked Implementation Program is to build the capacity of school leaders and key staff to support and lead the effective implementation of the new Crossways curriculum in their school communities.

          The Implementation program has been scoped across 2020 with network groupings based on the CESA school clusters.

          The 2020 Crossways Implementation Program schedule can be found at this Docushare link

          Please note this day is for school leadership and key teachers of Religious Education who work in schools in the Eastern Region, Hills/Murray + South East Clusters

          Morning tea and lunch will be provided. Tea and coffee available from 8.30am

          Facilitators:  Religious Education Team

          Intended for:  Principals, APRIMs/RECs and key teachers of Religious Education in the  Eastern Region, Hills/Murray + South East Clusters.

          System Accredited Module:  Yes

          CESA Living Learning Leading Framework - Key Capability: 
          Spiritually aware and inspired by faith
          Knowledgeable, inquisitive and innovative

          Moral, Compassionate and Ecologically aware

          AITSL Australian Professional Standards:  
          2 - Know the content and how to teach it
          3 - Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
          6 - Engage in professional learning
          7 - Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/caregivers and the community

          If you have any registration queries please contact Christina Lagozzino at christina.lagozzino@cesa.catholic.edu.au or phone 8301 6659. 

          If there are any issues or queries regarding Crossways Implementation, please contact RE consultant Marcia Burgess marcia.burgess@cesa.catholic.edu.au on 8301 6822.


                 
             

                

           

               

           

          • 11 May 2020
          • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
          • Catholic Education Office, Room 8, 116 George Street, Thebarton
          • 25
          Register

          SPiCE Workshop #2 - Keeping the Beat

          INTENDED AUDIENCE
          This workshop is offered free of charge and will be useful for SPiCE coordinators, OSHC directors, occasional care educators and early childhood teachers and educators.

          THE WORKSHOP

          Keeping the Beat

          This workshop will focus on the role of music, movement and physical development.

          It will particularly look at literacy aspects of music and movement.

          Bring along your favourite songs and rhymes to share!

          This workshop will be repeated on:
          Tuesday 12 May 2020
          Catholic Education Office, Conference Centre - Room 8
          9:00am - 12:00pm.


          Registration essential by Wednesday 06 May 2020

          Afternoon Tea will be provided.


          FREE EVENT

          • 12 May 2020
          • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
          • Catholic Education Office, Room 8, 116 George Street, Thebarton
          • 25
          Register

          SPiCE Workshop #2 Repeat

          Keeping the Beat

          INTENDED AUDIENCE
          This workshop is offered free of charge and will be useful for SPiCE coordinators, OSHC directors, occasional care educators and early childhood teachers and educators.

          THE WORKSHOP

          Keeping the Beat

          This workshop will focus on the role of music, movement and physical development.

          It will particularly look at literacy aspects of music and movement.

          Bring along your favourite songs and rhymes to share!


          Catholic Education Office, Conference Centre - Room 8
          Tuesday 12 May 2020
          9:00am - 12:00pm.


          Registration essential by Wednesday 06 May 2020

          Morning Tea will be provided.


          FREE EVENT

          • 14 May 2020
          • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
          • CEO Conference Centre Room 6
          • 23
          Register

          Your school's prospectus is often the first - and only - chance your school has of making a lasting impression.  Prospective parents choose the schools they wish to visit based on how you present yourself to them.

          So what is in your prospectus and is it doing the best job it can in selling your school?

          In this working session, we will have a look at what's in your school's prospectus (and marketing material), identify what should or could be in there and give you some ideas on how you could improve it.  Many schools simply update their prospectus by revising dates or noting fee increases - we'll go beyond that into looking at what you offer to your prospective families when they visit your website or call the school. 

          You'll be working with David Rawlings who has 10 years experience working with CESA and and helping schools to communicate with prospective parents and families.

           

          COST:  $60 per person including morning tea

          Contact Deanna Bator 83016863

          Deanna.bator@cesa.catholic.edu.au

           

           

           

          • 14 May 2020
          • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
          • Room 6: Catholic Education Office - 116 George Street Thebarton
          Register
          Crossways Networked Implementation Network C - Phase 2 Workshop
          Clusters -  City, Salisbury Parish, Inner West.


          Facilitators:  Religious Education Team

          Intended for:  APRIMs/RECs (Principals and key RE teachers also welcome) from Network C of the Crossways Networked Implememtation. 


          AITSL Australian Professional Standards:  
          2 - Know the content and how to teach it
          3 - Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
          6 - Engage in professional learning
          7 - Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/caregivers and the community

          If there are any issues or queries regarding Crossways Implementation, please contact RE consultant Marcia Burgess marcia.burgess@cesa.catholic.edu.au on 8301 6822.

                 
          If you have any registration queries please contact Christina Lagozzino at

          christina.lagozzino@cesa.catholic.edu.au or phone 8301 6659. 

                

           

               

           

          • 19 May 2020
          • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
          • Catholic Education Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton - Room 7
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          All schools are invited to participate in the theology series of workshops.

          This is Workshop 2 of 3 in the Enhancing Catholic Identity theology series. Please note that the 3 workshops must be attended to attain SAM status.

          This workshop will introduce school teams to the underlying theology of Recontextualisation.  It will continue to assist ECSI schools to continue to interpret their reports and associated data. ECSI schools are encouraged to attend all three theology workshops in this series.

          We recommend at least 2 people from each school to attend. 

          Fr James McEvoy will expand our understanding of the underlying theology of Recontextualisation. Following this, we will engage in practical strategies to apply such theology in your school.

          Facilitator:  Fr James McEvoy and Christina Jonas

          Intended for:  Principals and School Leadership Team including APRIM/RECs

          Registration closes:  Thursday, 16 May

          CISCO is available - please nominate when registering. 

          Parking is not available on-site.  Please refer to the attached link: Catholic Education Conference Centre

          If you have any registration queries please contact Elaine Mulhall at elaine.mulhall@cesa.catholic.edu.au or phone 8301 6629.      

              

           

          • 20 May 2020
          • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
          • Catholic Education Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton
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