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Here's What's New in Teacher Professional Development

Here’s What’s New in Teacher Professional Development

If one of your goals for this year was to focus on your professional development, we’ve got news for you. After a massive 2023, ClassCover Learn is kicking off the new year with more great teacher PD courses, and brand-new ways to do your professional learning.

A huge 2023 on ClassCover Learn 

Here’s some of what we got up to last year:  

🍿 130 hours of PD courses are now live 

👋 2,526 new teachers joined our community 

✏️ 49 hours of NESA-accredited PD are live for teachers in NSW 

🙌 50 hours of new PD courses launching in terms 1 & 2 2024  

Coming soon: A ClassCover Learn App 🚀 

As part of our commitment to bringing you new ways to complete your professional learning, we are working on a brand-new ClassCover Learn mobile app. Soon, you will be able to complete your PD on the go from your phone. Click below to be notified when the app is ready for launch 👇 

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Just Launched: Complete your Teacher PD Live  

Last year we launched a brand-new way for teachers to do their professional development. With the help of some of our popular presenters like Tammy McMillan, founder of Share Shape and Shine, and Kelly Quilter of Teacher For a Day, we launched regular live PD sessions. The aim is to give educators everywhere access to great PD from expert presenters in short sharp sessions that they can tune in to from home, school or wherever they happen to be. The live format also allows for Q&A with the presenters to increase learning outcomes. ClassCover Learn members can watch replays of all of our live PD webinars for free. Stay tuned as we launch the 2024 season of our live webinar program later this year. 

Here are some of the webinars available to watch on demand:

Tammy McMillan: Supporting Students with Dyslexia

Join Special Education Teacher Tammy McMillan in this overview of dyslexia and its impact on students. Focusing on the ‘Big 3’ strategies to support special needs students, you will learn how to make proper adjustments in the classroom and walk away with actionable tips to support your students with Dyslexia learn and thrive.  

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Kelly Quilter: How to Become a Successful Teacher for a Day

Whether you are new to the world of casual relief teaching or want to brush up your skills, this webinar led by expert educator, Kelly Quilter will give you the tools you need for success. From lesson planning, behaviour management to rapport building with students, other teachers and school communities, this course will help you make a lasting impression and kick goals as a casual relief teacher.  

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Explore New Teacher PD Courses 

Ready for something new? Have a look at some of our recently released PD courses.  

Cohesion in Diversity: From Together for Humanity

  • Course duration: 4 hours 
  • Standards: 7.3, 4.1, 6.2  
  • Accreditation: NESA  

This free course from the team at Together for Humanity launched late last year. Exploring the latest research around Intercultural Understanding (ICU) and the ways it can be implemented in the classroom, this NESA-accredited course is recommended for all educators looking to better promote diversity and inclusion in their school environments. The focus of the course includes encouraging dialogue and promoting partnerships and participation among students and their families.  

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Developing Self-Regulated Learners: Dr Shyam Barr

  • Course duration: 2 hours  
  • Standards: 1.1  
  • Accreditation: NESA 

This new PD course from Canberra-based educator, Dr Shyam Barr equips teachers with the skills to develop self-regulated learners. In the classroom, this involves encouraging autonomy in students, self-awareness, and active learning participation. You’ll brush up on teaching strategies like setting goals and planning lessons, with the goal of boosting your students’ ability to adapt to feedback and meet new challenges in their learning. With both NESA and TQI accreditation, this course is a no brainer for teachers looking to boost learning outcomes in their classroom.  

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Creating Engaging Numeracy Lessons in Upper Primary: Sarah Keating

  • Course duration: 2 hours 
  • Standards: 2.5 
  • Accreditation: NESA, TQI  

Join Sarah Keating, one half of Little Loves Teaching Resources for this deep dive on creating numeracy lessons for students in the upper primary years. With practical tips and plenty of her own knowledge from the classroom, Sarah explains how to create numeracy lessons that link to the interests of students, with multiple entry points to cater to varying needs. At the end of the course, you will walk away with a number of helpful resources and lesson plans to put to work in your classroom.  

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