Certificate in Educational Studies (Learning Support)
- Monday 24 & Tuesday 25 June 2013 | 8.30am3.45pm (Successful Learning Conference)
- Thursdays fortnightly from July 18, 2013 for five workshops (see below) | 4.307.30pm |
For teachers outside the wider Sydney metropolitan region, attendance at the evening workshops is available by videoconference, subject to availability of facilities in your region.
These workshops will examine in detail the theories, policies and practices that promote quality literacy and numeracy learning outcomes for students identified as experiencing difficulties learning in a mainstream classroom environment, across a range of Key Learning Areas. Specific focus will be placed on teachers working as part of teams to promote individualised programs and processes that assist students with additional learning needs to achieve collaboratively established learning outcomes. Workshop activities and individual learning tasks will promote the integration of theory and practice across a range of settings including early childhood, primary and secondary.
Workshops are held in the Faculty of Education and Social Work, the University of Sydney.
|Workshop 1||July 18||Introduction. Learning Support: The Context, the Student, and the 'Alterables'|
|Workshop 2||August 1||Literacy and Numeracy Support: Three Tier Model|
|Workshop 3||August 15||Managing Behaviour within the Learning Support|
|Workshop 4||August 29||Literacy and Numeracy Support in the Upper Grades|
|Workshop 5||September 12||The Big Picture: Learning Support, Collaboration and the Real World|
Associate Professor David Evans
Assessment and accreditation
To receive the Certificate in Educational Studies (Learning Support), teachers must attend and actively participate in all sessions (Successful Learning Conference 2013 and five workshops).
Successful participants have the option of having this program accredited as one unit of study towards the faculty's Master of Education (MEd) program, or the shorter Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies levels. This involves submitting an assessment task and an additional fee applies. If interested, please discuss this option further with the academic coordinator.
|Fees & registration (per person, incl. GST)||Individual|
|Certificate (fee includes two-day conference + five workshops)||$1280|
|Optional assessment and postgraduate accreditation||$1000 (indicative only)|
|NSW Institute of Teachers Registered Professional Development|
|NSWIT Course Code 2013OPL-SLC Cert. This certificate program is endorsed as 26 hours* Institute Registered professional development for maintenance of accreditation at Professional Competence. Scope of endorsement - all Elements of the Professional Teaching Standards. (*Includes 11 hours attendance at the Successful Learning Conference, 24 & 25 June 2011.)
Please provide your 6-digit Institute Number when you register if relevant.