Teacher Essentials PD Program

Teacher Essentials incorporates aspects of our popular Virtual Classroom program to deliver three hours of professional development through webinar participation in three topics and completion of a quiz.

The quiz is mandatory and a certificate will only be issued when it is completed.

All teachers, and related staff, who complete the program will receive:

  • an infographic containing key learnings
  • a certificate.

NSW and ACT teachers will also receive three hours of PD accreditation through NESA / TQI.

Please note that certificates of partial completion will not be provided.

Personal records may also be used to support the PD with any teacher association.

To participate in Teacher Essentials, register below to attend each of the Teacher PD webinar topics during 2017. New sessions will be added regularly throughout the year.

Infographic

Three hours of professional development recognition

PD webinars

3 x 50min webinars

 

Interactive quiz PD component

30min interactive quiz

Building Digital Intelligence

Duration: 50 minutes.

Featuring interactive questions, the presentation will:

  • update teachers on the trending devices, apps and services used by students
  • highlight key insights from OCeSC research into the online behaviour of Australian teenagers
  • explore digital citizenship and overview the key concepts of protection, privacy, permanence, perspective and plagiarism       
  • reinforce the importance of teachers modelling good behaviour online
  • introduce an action checklist that students could use to support a positive online experience.

Webinar summary sheet - Building digital intelligence

Teachers may now register for:

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Teachers, technology and the law

Duration: 50 minutes.

The presentation will:
  • discuss the implications of workplaces extending beyond physical boundaries due to technology
  • highlight the Federal and State criminal laws that may be used to charge cyberbullying offences
  • examine ways to mitigate and protect yourself against cyberbullying risk
  • share key learnings from recent cases involving teachers
  • highlight other laws relating to technology.

The presentation will feature an opportunity to ask questions of the presenter.

Please note that the information provided in this session is general in nature and not intended to constitute legal advice. We recommend you seek independent legal advice on particular issues.

Webinar summary sheet - Teachers, technology and the law

Teachers may now register for:

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Navigating the eSafety website

Duration: 50 minutes.

The presentation will assist teachers to know:

  • the functions of the Office
  • how cyberbullying complaints will be determined and handled
  • the powers of the Office
  • how the Office will work with schools
  • the new website and resources for schools.

The presentation will feature an opportunity to ask questions of the presenter.

Webinar summary sheet - Navigating the eSafety website

Teachers may now register for:

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Accreditation partners

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NESA logo

Completing Teacher Essentials will contribute 3 Hours of NESA PD addressing 3.3.2 and 3.5.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Accreditation in NSW.

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