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Religious Education

The Religious Education Team educates, forms and resources those involved in the educational mission to children and young people in the Catholic dioceses of South Australia. The team is inspired by the Christian tradition and focus on the integration of faith, life and culture.

The RE Team has a number of component teams which work together and with other teams at the CEO. The Team offers professional learning in four major ways: the Graduate Certificate in Catholic Education, Networked Inquiry Projects, Professional Learning Workshops and supporting RECs/APRIMs in their facilitation of local school professional learning. In addition, the Staff Spiritual and Religious Formation Team also provides a range of formational opportunities and programs. The RE Team is also committed to continuing to provide MITIOG and Ecological Conversion services, as well as supporting CESA’s Enhancing Catholic Identity initiatives.  

The services provided by each of the following component teams within the RE Team are described in the ‘CEO Services Booklet’ (available at this link)

Religious Education Consultancy   Catholic Resource and Information Service (CRIS)*
UniSA Catholic Studies Program   Catholic Office for Youth and Young Adults*
Staff Spiritual and Religious Formation  Catholic Office for Family and Parish Based Catechesis*.

For complete information about all the services and professional learning offered by the RE Team, please click here to access the RE Team’s CESA Online collection. *Please note that these teams also have dedicated websites which are found on the Archdiocese of Adelaide website.

For information about professional learning courses currently offered by the RE Team, please see the listing below.

Upcoming events

    • 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.

    • 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.     

       

      • 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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      • 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.

             
         

            

       

           

       

      • 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.


             
         

            

       

           

       

      • 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
      Register

      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
      • 12 Nov 2020
      • 3 sessions
      • The Monastery, 15 Cross Road, Urrbrae
      Register

      Come to the Water

      come to the water:  This is a year-long reflection program for Principals, Deputy Principals and APRIMs. It provides a suite of three overnight experiences throughout the year for school leadership teams, accompanied by a consultant and a priest for the evening session; and places a focus on participants’ personal life/faith journey in the world of their school and Church community. This program nurtures the formation of leaders and as such helps to equip them to lead authentically and provide witness to staff in their communities. It commences at 5 pm at the Monastery with Eucharist and dinner each time and finishes at 3.00 pm the next day.

      Session 1:  20 - 21 May 2020

      Session 2:  2 - 3 September 2020

      Session 3:  11 - 12 November 2020

      A one-off $250 payment will be billed to the school after the first gathering.

      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.

       

      • 22 May 2020
      • 3:45 PM
      • 23 May 2020
      • 12:00 PM
      • Tenison Woods College, Mount Gambier - Pam Ronan Centre
      • 7
      Register

      'The hospitable teacher has to reveal to the students that they have something to offer ...' Henri Nouwen. 

      An exploration of the concept of hospitality in creating a learning and pedagogical space in the RE classroom. This will use the Wisdom strand as a basis for engendering hospitality as a way of engaging students with the Catholic Identity of your school and inviting all participants an active voice and agency. This will deepen the notion of dialogue in the RE classroom as the space where change can take place through use of art, video and the wisdom of Henri Nouwen.   

      Friday 22 May 3:45pm -6:45pm & Saturday 23 May 9:00am - 12:00pm

      Venue:  Tenison Woods College, Mount Gambier

      Facilitator:  Julian Kluge

      Intended for:  APRIM/REC/Religious Leaders; teachers of all year levels

      System Accredited Module:  Yes

      CESA Living Learning Leading Framework - Key Capability: 
      Spiritually aware and inspired by faith
      Self-aware, collaborative and socially adept
      Moral, compassionate, ecologically aware 

      AITSL Australian Professional Standards:  
                  

      1.3 - Students with diverse linguistic, cultural, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds

      3.5 - Use effective classroom communication

             
        

      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.

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

       

      • 25 May 2020
      • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
      • Catholic Education Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton (Room 6)
      • 22
      Register

      How does a senior secondary teacher design and deliver high quality, engaging Religious Education programs that facilitate student achievement in SACE and foster lifelong learning in the religious domain? In this hands-on workshop, educators will (re)familiarise themselves with two common SACE pathways: Religion Studies and Integrated Learning, and explore opportunities for facilitating the development of rich knowledge, skills and dispositions through the incorporation of Crossways' Wisdom Strand.

      Participants are asked to bring a printout of a current LAP and associated task sheets as a starting point for this process.

      Facilitators:  Julie Trinidad and Pru Raymond

      Intended for:  APRIMs/RECs/Religious Leaders; Secondary Teachers

      System Accredited Module:  Yes

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

      AITSL Australian Professional Standards:  

      2.1 - Content and teaching strategies of the teaching area

      2.3 - Curriculum, assessment and reporting

      3.2 - Plan, structure and sequence learning programs

      3.3 - Use teaching strategies

      3.4 - Select and use resources

      3.6 - Evaluate and improve teaching programs

      6.2 - Engage in professional learning and improve practice

      7.4 - Engage with professional teaching networks and broader communities


      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 carpark for 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.     

       

      • 27 May 2020
      • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
      • CEO Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton - Room 7
      • 24
      Register

      According to the Guinness World Records of 1995 the Bible is the best selling book of all time! Consisting of two parts, The Old Testament which tells the sacred story of the Jewish people, and the New Testament which contains the essence of Christian belief in Jesus, this workshop will attempt to answer the question, "Why?". The structure of the Bible and its major themes will be explored focussing on some of the wonderful characters whose stories have inspired people of faith throughout the ages. Making links to the Sacred Texts Strand of the redesigned Crossways this workshop will also focus on age-appropriate strategies to make these ancient texts relevant and meaningful for our students today.      

      Facilitator:  Kate Ordon

      Intended for:  APRIM/REC/Religious Leaders; Primary and Secondary teachers

      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.     

       

      • 28 May 2020
      • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
      • Catholic Education Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton (Room 6)
      • 21
      Register

      This day will focus on the contemporary pedagogies, learning design principles and the theology which has shaped the redesign of Crossways.   We will explore the features of high-quality teaching and learning in Religious Education and discover how Visible Thinking strategies can encourage students to deepen their understandings in RE. 

      The structure, features, terminology and purpose of the redesigned Crossways curriculum will be unpacked when we engage with new RE curriculum materials and we will look at how 'Enduring Understandings' can add depth to students' skills in questioning, interpreting, making meaning and dialogue in Religious Education.

      Facilitator:  Marcia Burgess

      Intended for:  APRIMs/RECs/Religious Leaders; Early Years and Primary Teachers

      System Accredited Module:  Yes - please contact Marcia Burgess for details (marcia.burgess@cesa.catholic.edu.au)

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

      AITSL Australian Professional Standards:  

      1.2 - Understand how students learn

      1.3 - Students with diverse linguistic, cultural, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds

      2.1 - Content and teaching strategies of the teaching area

      2.2 - Content selection and organisation

      3.3 - Use teaching strategies

      3.4 - Select and use resources

      4.1 - Support student participation

      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 carpark for 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.     

       

      • 02 Jun 2020
      • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
      • Room 6: Catholic Education Office - 116 George Street Thebarton
      Register
      Crossways Networked Implementation Network D - Phase 2 Workshop
      Clusters -  South West Adelaide 


      Facilitators:  Religious Education Team

      Intended for:  APRIMs/RECs (Principals and key RE teachers also welcome) from Network D 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. 

            

       

           

       

      • 05 Jun 2020
      • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
      • Catholic Education Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton (Room 7)
      • 22
      Register

      If you need to know more about the CESA Crossways RE curriculum then this workshop is for you!

      This workshop is designed for teachers new to teaching RE in 2020 or 2019, particularly those who either:

      • didn't undertake the full UniSA Catholic Studies Strand in their B.Ed
      • or those without completed Graduate Certificate in Catholic Education.

      The workshop goes beyond the mandated CESA Teacher Induction Module to explore the privilege of teaching Religious Education in a Catholic school, and will highlight your responsibilities, resources and practical considerations. We will look at the development of particular skills and dispositions in RE and how 'Enduring Understandings' are acquired alongside capabilities in questioning, interpreting, making meaning and dialoguing in Religious Education.

      This day will focus on:

      • the purpose of the learning area of Religious Education
      • the structure and features of CESA's redesigned Crossways RE curriculum
      • contemporary pedagogies for RE
      • learning design principles for RE
      • the educational philosophy and theology which has shaped the redesign of Crossways
      • and also concept-based teaching, the features of high-quality teaching and learning in RE and how Visible Thinking strategies and routines can be applied to the RE classroom.

      Facilitators:  Marcia Burgess and Christina Jonas

      Intended for:  Early Years, Primary, Middle School and Secondary Teachers

      System Accredited Module:  Yes 

      CESA Living Learning Leading Framework - Key Capability:
      Spiritually aware and inspired by faith
      Self-aware, collaborative and socially adept
      Moral, compassionate, ecologically aware
      Knowledgable, inquisitive and innovative
      Intercultural and globally minded

      AITSL Australian Professional Standards:  

      1.2 - Understand how students learn

      1.3 - Students with diverse linguistic, cultural, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds

      2.1 - Content and teaching strategies of the teaching area

      2.3 - Curriculum, assessment and reporting

      3.2 - Plan, structure and sequence learning programs

      3.3 - Use teaching strategies

      3.4 - Select and use resources

      4.1 - Support student participation

      5.1 - Assess student learning

      6.2 - Engage in professional learning and improve practice 


      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.     

       

      • 10 Jun 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,  

      Southern Regional Alliance of Catholic Schools + South East Metro Clusters (Network H)

      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 Southern Regional Alliance of Catholic Schools + South East Metro 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 Southern Regional Alliance of Catholic Schools + South East Metro 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 Jun 2020
      • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
      • Catholic Education Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton - Room 7
      Register

      All schools are invited to participate in the theology series of workshops.

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

      This theology series will provide us the opportunity to participate in workshops where Fr James McEvoy will expand our understanding of the underlying principles of Enhancing Catholic Identity.  This workshop will introduce school teams to the underlying theology of Dialogue and will assist project 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.

      Facilitators:  Fr James McEvoy (theology) with Christina Jonas (theology in your school)

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

      Registration:  Closes Wednesday, 3 June

      Parking:
      For visitors to the George Street or Kintore Street Conference Centres or meeting rooms is available in the Queen of Angels Church carpark. Please access the carpark from South Road.  
      A map can be found at: https://registrationcentre.cesa.catholic.edu.au/conferencecentre

      CISCO is available - please nominate when registering.


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

          

       

      • 19 Jun 2020
      • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
      • CEO Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton - Rooms 7 & 8
      • 5
      Register

      The aim of this day is to assist teachers in developing an understanding of the Made in the Image of God Human Sexuality Program and gaining confidence and competence in teaching the program.

      • Guidelines for Human Sexuality Education in a Catholic School Parent and School Partnership
      • Familiarisation with Made in the Image of God program
      • Exploration of values underpinning the program
      • Integration and programming

      Intended for: R-12 teachers new to Sexuality Education in a Catholic School. It is a requirement that all CESA teachers are trained in this program. It is also necessary to complete this training before teaching the Being Sexual strand.

      System Accredited Module: Yes

      AITSL Australian Professional Standards for Teachers:

      Standard 2: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3


      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 carpark for 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.


       

       

       

       
      • 19 Jun 2020
      • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
      • Catholic Education Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton (Room 6)
      • 28
      Register

      This day will focus on the theological concepts and content which are foundational to the redesigned Crossways Knowledge Strand: Sacred Texts.

      We aim to deepen participants' knowledge and understanding of the Sacred Texts curriculum content to see the potential of this Knowledge Strand to enhance high quality teaching and learning in the RE classroom.

      Fr Michael Trainor will explore the background theology which is foundational to the Crossways Knowledge Strand: Sacred Texts and we will engage in processes for exploring the redesigned Crossways curriculum content.

      Facilitator:  Alison Gore

      Intended for:  APRIM/REC/Religious Leaders; Early Years, Primary, Middle and Secondary Teachers

      System Accredited Module:  Yes 

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

      AITSL Australian Professional Standards:  

      1.2 - Understand how students learn

      1.3 - Students with diverse linguistic, cultural, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds

      2.1 - Content and teaching strategies of the teaching area

      2.2 - Content selection and organisation

      3.3 - Use teaching strategies

      3.4 - Select and use resources

      4.1 - Support student participation 


      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.     

       

      • 08 Jul 2020
      • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
      • CEO Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton - Room 7
      • 18
      Register

      This workshop will examine some of the great adventure stories of the Old and New Testaments focussing on the deep faith and inspirational actions of the main protagonists. The stories of characters such as Abraham, Jonah, Daniel and Paul, as well as some wonderful biblical women will be unpacked and linked to the Strands in the redesigned Crossways Curriculum. The workshop will also focus on a range of strategies to make the stories 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.     

       

      • 10 Jul 2020
      • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
      • Catholic Education Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton (Room 8)
      • 26
      Register

      Are you excited about the new Crossways Redesign and the explicit focus on children developing their skills and dispositions as they learn in Religious Education?

      Do you want to gain a deeper understanding of the importance of enculturating skills and dispositions which enable all learners to flourish in the RE classroom?

      Are you wanting to explore what it really means to teach for and nurture spiritual awareness and religious identity, discernment, engagement, dialogue, respect, interpretation and seeking truth with your learners?

      Then this is the workshop for you.
      This interactive workshop will focus on going deeper in understanding the 'why' of the 'Wisdom' strand, the 'what' of the 'Wisdom' strand and also the 'how' of the 'Wisdom' strand.  We will also explore the relationship between the CESA Key Capabilities and the Wisdom strand.

      Facilitator:  Annette McCard

      Intended for:  APRIM/REC/Religious Leaders; Early Years, Primary, Middle and Secondary Teachers

      System Accredited Module:  Yes 

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

      AITSL Australian Professional Standards:  

      2.1 - Content and teaching strategies of the teaching area

      2.3 - Curriculum, assessment and reporting

      3.3 - Use teaching strategies

      5.2 - Provide feedback to students on their learning

      6.2 - Engage in professional learning and improve practice


      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.     

       

      • 13 Jul 2020
      • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
      • CEO Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton - Room 7
      • 33
      Register

      The aim of this day is to assist teachers in developing an understanding of the Made in the Image of God Human Sexuality Program and gaining confidence and competence in teaching the program.

      • Guidelines for Human Sexuality Education in a Catholic School Parent and School Partnership
      • Familiarisation with Made in the Image of God program
      • Exploration of values underpinning the program
      • Integration and programming

      Intended for: R-12 teachers new to Sexuality Education in a Catholic School. It is a requirement that all CESA teachers are trained in this program. It is also necessary to complete this training before teaching the Being Sexual strand.

      System Accredited Module: Yes

      AITSL Australian Professional Standards for Teachers:

      Standard 2: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3


      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 carpark for 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.


       

       

       

       
      • 16 Jul 2020
      • 8:45 AM
      • 17 Jul 2020
      • 3:30 PM
      • Grange Golf Club, White Sands Drive, Grange
      • 0

      Will be postponed:  2020 Teacher Induction Module for Teachers New to Catholic Schools in South Australia

      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)

      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 2 Break
      Grange Golf Club, White Sands Drive, Grange

      1. Catholic Schools Identity & Mission (Day 1)
      Thursday 16 July 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 17 July 2020, 9am - 11am

      Facilitator:  Kerry Cox, Senior Adviser Human Resources

      3. Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum Training (Day 2)
      Friday 17 July 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




        • 23 Jul 2020
        • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
        • Catholic Education Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton - Room 6
        Register

        CISCO will be available (please be sure to nominate this option when registering, if applicable). 

        Following previous successful participation by schools in the Enhancing Catholic Identity Project, the 2021 round has been negotiated with the Catholic University (KUL), Belgium.

        The information sessions will expand on and update this information, including costs, requirements and deliverables, and provide the opportunity to discuss your questions.

        We look forward to many of our schools being involved in the 2021 round of the ECSI Project and I trust the information sessions will assist your school in its discernment about being involved. Surveys will be undertaken in the period March to April in 2021.

        Parking:
        For visitors to the George Street or Kintore Street Conference Centres or meeting rooms is available in the Queen of Angels Church carpark. Please access the carpark from South Road.  
        A map can be found at: https://registrationcentre.cesa.catholic.edu.au/conferencecentre


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

            

         

        • 30 Jul 2020
        • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
        • Catholic Education Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton (Room 7)
        • 29
        Register

        If you need to know more about the CESA Crossways RE curriculum then this workshop is for you!

        This workshop is designed for teachers new to teaching RE in 2020 or 2019, particularly those who either:

        • didn't undertake the full UniSA Catholic Studies Strand in their B.Ed
        • or those without completed Graduate Certificate in Catholic Education.

        The workshop goes beyond the mandated CESA Teacher Induction Module to explore the privilege of teaching Religious Education in a Catholic school, and will highlight your responsibilities, resources and practical considerations. We will look at the development of particular skills and dispositions in RE and how 'Enduring Understandings' are acquired alongside capabilities in questioning, interpreting, making meaning and dialoguing in Religious Education.

        This day will focus on:

        • the purpose of the learning area of Religious Education
        • the structure and features of CESA's redesigned Crossways RE curriculum
        • contemporary pedagogies for RE
        • learning design principles for RE
        • the educational philosophy and theology which has shaped the redesign of Crossways
        • and also concept-based teaching, the features of high-quality teaching and learning in RE and how Visible Thinking strategies and routines can be applied to the RE classroom.

        Facilitators:  Marcia Burgess and Christina Jonas

        Intended for:  Early Years, Primary, Middle School and Secondary Teachers

        System Accredited Module:  Yes 

        CESA Living Learning Leading Framework - Key Capability:
        Spiritually aware and inspired by faith
        Self-aware, collaborative and socially adept
        Moral, compassionate, ecologically aware
        Knowledgable, inquisitive and innovative
        Intercultural and globally minded

        AITSL Australian Professional Standards:  

        1.2 - Understand how students learn

        1.3 - Students with diverse linguistic, cultural, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds

        2.1 - Content and teaching strategies of the teaching area

        2.3 - Curriculum, assessment and reporting

        3.2 - Plan, structure and sequence learning programs

        3.3 - Use teaching strategies

        3.4 - Select and use resources

        4.1 - Support student participation

        5.1 - Assess student learning

        6.2 - Engage in professional learning and improve practice 


        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.     

         

        • 03 Aug 2020
        • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
        • CEO Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton - Room 7
        • 29
        Register

        The aim of this day is to assist teachers in developing an understanding of the Made in the Image of God Human Sexuality Program and gaining confidence and competence in teaching the program.

        • Guidelines for Human Sexuality Education in a Catholic School Parent and School Partnership
        • Familiarisation with Made in the Image of God program
        • Exploration of values underpinning the program
        • Integration and programming

        Intended for: R-12 teachers new to Sexuality Education in a Catholic School. It is a requirement that all CESA teachers are trained in this program. It is also necessary to complete this training before teaching the Being Sexual strand.

        System Accredited Module: Yes

        AITSL Australian Professional Standards for Teachers:

        Standard 2: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3


        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 carpark for 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.


         

         

         

         
        • 11 Aug 2020
        • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
        • Catholic Education Conference Centre, 116 George Street, Thebarton (Room 7)
        • 28
        Register