About this Event

Workshop is presented on-line

COVID-19 information.

The health and well-being of our workshop delegates, our staff and the wider community are our highest priorities. We are closely following the advice of health authorities to guide our decision making in relation to hosting face-to-face workshops. Should circumstances change participants will be notified by email.

Workshop information.

This workshop is designed to provide a refresher of the Quality Teaching Rounds (QTR) process for schools who want to ensure the fidelity of implementation. Participating teachers will work individually and collaboratively throughout the workshop to strengthen their understanding of the Quality Teaching Model and QTR processes.

This workshop will also include updated research findings into the impact of Quality Teaching Rounds from our current program of research Building Capacity for Quality Teaching. Teachers will have an opportunity to view, code and discuss a lesson using the QTR process as well as consider implications for quality teaching in their own setting through an Analysis of Practice activity. Additional support will be provided for schools in planning for implementation, including evaluating the impact of QTR.

All workshop materials will be provided.

Assumed knowledge:

This one-day QTR Refresher course is specifically designed for teachers and leaders who have:

  • previously completed a two-day QTR Foundational workshop and would like to refresh their understanding of the QT Model and Rounds processes
  • participated in a set of Quality Teaching Rounds but have not completed formal training.

Please note teachers and leaders new to QTR should complete the two-day foundational workshop.

Sessions:

  1. Evidence base: Principles of effective PD
  2. Revisiting the Quality Teaching Rounds process
  3. Diagnosing classroom practice
  4. Next steps for your school

This course addresses the following Australian Professional Standards for Teachers: 2.1.2, 3.2.2, 6.1.2, 6.2.2, 6.3.2

NESA.

Further information regarding NESA’s maintenance of accreditation transition arrangements can be found here; https://educationstandards.nsw.edu.au/wps/portal/nesa/teacher-accreditation/meeting-requirements/maintaining-accreditation/maintenance-transition-arrangements

Transforming teacher development and student achievement in Australian schools.

Quality Teaching Rounds has revolutionised teacher professional development. Working in groups, teachers from all career stages, across all subject areas and year levels are empowered to collaboratively refine their practice in a way that ensures ongoing improvement.

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