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Train with leading experts in evidence-based pedagogy:

  • Our effective teaching model uses explicit instruction pedagogy, programs and practices based on scientific evidence.
  • All content is customised to support the Australian Curriculum areas of English and Maths to improve literacy and numeracy outcomes.
  • Techniques and practices can be immediately applied in the classroom.
  • Student engagement, confidence and results are immediately visible.
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Effective Teaching Introductory Courses
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Individual
$350 + GST

Participants who complete the full session receive a Certificate of Recognition

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All attendees receive a copy of Effective teaching guide valued at $65

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Program

Introduction to Effective Teaching

This introductory course is suitable for all school roles, including teacher, teaching assistant, head of department and principal. It explores a range of effective teaching programs, techniques and practices to meet school and classroom needs.

Learning intent

Participants will be able to:

  • Understand and describe effective teaching as an educational philosophy
  • Compare and contrast effective teaching explicit instruction with other pedagogies
  • Describe mastery teaching and rationale
  • Understand and describe components of Direct Instruction (DI)
  • Apply DI components to instructional practice (e.g. signals, corrections, questioning strategies, active monitoring)
  • Understand and describe components of Explicit Direct Instruction (EDI)
  • Apply EDI components to instructional practice (pair-share, modelling thinking, checking for understanding)
  • Identify key classroom attributes underpinning effective teaching (routines and expectations, positive reinforcement)
  • Understand and be able to describe cycles of school practice that support continuous improvement in a classroom and across a school
The above example is for our introduction to effective teaching - it is 1 day, from 8:15am to 4:30pm. Lunch and morning tea is provided.