On Tuesday 23 February families will have to opportunity to meet with their child’s Learning Studies teacher initially in allocated Learning Studies team areas at 5.30pm with a sausage sizzle and informal gathering to follow at 6pm.
The ASMS invites you to join us in hearing implications of key research findings for teacher practice. Stella Vosniadou, Flinders University Strategic Professor in Education, will discuss some key learning research findings and their implications for teacher practices. Stella is well regarded for her research in students conceptual development and conceptual change particularly in the Continue reading→
This program will involve teachers from participating schools in a multiday professional learning program, designing and facilitating a Mindset program for students in their school, and the pairing of students and teachers in a Learning Action Plan program designed to help students reach a better understanding of themselves as learners and better define their educational goals.
The 2 day program offers opportunities for schools to focus on their promising practices so is suitable for those new to Learning Frontiers and the Design Principles as well as those previously involved in Learning Frontiers.
Aimed at developing the pedagogical repertoire of ALL mathematics teachers who are looking to create and harness the intellectual need of their students.
An event for upper primary students, their teachers and parents to have fun with maths
This event is the 4th Professional Learning day for schools as part of the Beliefs about Learning Research project.
Our focus will again be on learning design to engage all learners using Learning Frontiers four design principles as our framework.
Graduating Year 12 students will receive their certificates of ASMS Graduate Capabilities and there will be a number of other awards. A guest speaker, student performances and presentations will complete the evening.
STEM Spaces is a Professional Learning opportunity for educators from R to 12.