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Ever wondered why it can be challenging to engage adolescent learners? Contemporary research shows that changes in the human brain during adolescent growth affect the child and the brain's optimal development depends strongly on the provision of a suitably innovative and engaging learning environment. The latest studies have revealed that positive teaching and learning can lead to increased student involvement and most importantly, can result in greater year 12 completion rates.
This course has been designed to show teachers how to increase the amount of meaningful learning taking place in their classroom through building effective teaching practice. The workshop is led by expert UTS educators. Drawing on the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) research conducted by CAST (the Centre for Applied Special Technology), this short course demonstrates how to ensure access to the curriculum for all learners while maintaining high academic standards.
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NESA has recently changed its professional development requirements. Teachers are strongly encouraged to review the NESA website for the latest information.
Learn the key tools used in many data science roles – including SQL, Python, Tableau and Power BI.
Discover the key principles that drive human behaviour and learn to develop more effective and impactful policies and services with behavioural insights (BI).
Learn skills to enable you to adapt to the challenges that the future of work holds.
This short course will examine how aligning public sector values and objectives to systems of corporate governance will produce diverse strategies and improved results.
Hear from experts on issues including discrimination, adverse action and changes to Fair Work.