General HE related/Student Activities
- For Primary School teachers: Enquiring Minds
- For High School teachers: Models of Achievement
- University of Sydney Future Students website
- Talk to our Students website
- Compass Program Framework
Event/Activity Specific Information
- Year 3 Day Teacher Briefing (coming soon)
- Year 7 Day Teacher Briefing (coming soon)
- Year 8 Day Teacher Briefing (coming soon)
- Year 9 Inquiry Day Information (coming soon)
- Year 10 Study Skills – resources for teachers (coming soon)
Skills Enrichment Program Professional Development
Occupational Therapy - Teachers Professional Development
Below are video recordings of Occupational Therapy presentations. You can also download the accompanying fact sheets here:
Correct posture, especially during handwriting, is very important and should be emphasized both in the classroom and at home.
- 10:26 minutes
Definition: unusual large range of movement in some or all of joints. Also can be known as "double-jointedness", "floppy joints", or "joint hyperlaxity".
- 10:50 minutes
Visual perception is the process that enables the brain to interpret visual information. It is different to visual acuity which merely measures sharpness of sight.
- 08:26 minutes
The following are links to more downloadable PDF documents:
- Core Strength - Presentation | Handout
- Dyspraxia - Presentation | Handout
- Fine Motor - Presentation | Handout K-2 | Handout 3-6
- Sensory Processing - Presentation | Handout
More fact sheets
- 'Building Grip & Pincer Strength in the Classroom' - Children who have weak grip and pincer strength are likely to have difficulty with activities that require pinching or maintaining grasp, such as holding a pencil, but this can be alleviated by completing activities for only a few minutes each day in your classroom.
- 'In-Hand Manipulation in the Classroom' - In-hand manipulation refers to the ability to use the fingers and thumb of one hand to adjust and manipulate an object after grasping it. With practice, children can develop the small muscles in their palm and fingers to help them move objects around within the hand itself.
- 'Liberating Left Handers' - It is important not to think of being left handed as 'wrong'. Being left-handed means your child will have to make some adaptations and adjustments to the right handed world they live in, but trying to change their hand dominance can cause long.
We would like to hear from you. Please directly with your feedback, questions and ideas about future Occupational Therapy teacher professional development opportunities.
Film Production and Editing/Stop Motion Animation Resources
MULTILIT Teacher Resources
Professional Learning at the University