To gain the most benefit from this workshop, participants need to have a good working knowledge of the Quality Teaching Model. This may be through engagement in Quality Teaching Rounds, classroom and/or assessment practice.
We are committed to providing QT professional development with your health and wellbeing at the forefront of our planning. In order to continue providing high quality PD during these challenging times, we offer our workshops as an interactive learning experience while strictly adhering to NSW Government Health rules and regulations.
Should circumstances change, face-to-face workshops will be changed to an online format. In this case, workshop resources will be sent by mail to all participants prior to the workshop. However, if you register within 7 working days of the workshop, we cannot guarantee delivery before the first day. Resources will also be sent electronically prior to the workshop.
The Quality Teaching: Strengthen Program Design workshop is for teachers and leaders who have recently participated in one or more of the following:
• A set of Quality Teaching Rounds
• Two day QTR workshop
• QT: Enhancing Assessment Practice workshop
• QT: Extending the Discussion masterclass
Participants will have the opportunity use the Quality Teaching Model to design/refine a unit of work or sequence of learning, drawing on the backward design approach to programming.
• QTM and programming
• Learning design principles
• Designing/refining a unit of work/sequence of learning
• Analysing a unit of work/sequence of learning
The Quality Teaching: Strengthen Program Design Masterclass has a special conference price of $467.50.
You can save even more by purchasing a Masterclass and Conference package which gives you access to the 4 May 2022 Masterclass and the 2 day Quality Teaching in Practice Conference at the Four Seasons Hotel, 5 -7 May 2022.
Simply select the package deal for $1,134.35 at the checkout.
No further discounts apply.
This workshop can be recorded in NESA’s eTams as Elective PD for 6 hours 40mins.
Further information regarding NESA’s accreditation arrangements can be found on the NESA website.