School leaders up-skill on approaches to improving student outcomes at CPL courseApril 23, 2019
Experienced and accomplished teachers who participated in the Centre for Professional Learning’s Leading the Lifting of Achievement in Years 7-12 course, left armed with new strategies to support their colleagues to improve practice and subsequently student learning outcomes.
Suggestions for dealing with school predicaments covered in CPL courseApril 19, 2019
Members looking for ideas to deal with the challenges they may face as executives in schools were presented with a range of options at a recent Centre for Professional Learning course.
New CPL course offers clarity on student assessmentApril 17, 2019
In response to members seeking guidance on ongoing assessment processes that inform the learning cycle and support student learning, the Centre for Professional Learning last week offered a new course — Assessment K-6: Making Use of Meaningful Data.
First CPL courses accredited at Highly Accomplished startApril 15, 2019
Federation’s Centre for Professional Learning has held its first courses accredited at Highly Accomplished for school leaders and aspiring school leaders.
Worry knots untangled for new primary teachers at CPL conferenceApril 12, 2019
The particular needs and concerns of new primary teachers were addressed at a Centre for Professional Learning Conference on 1 April.
Workplace contacts supported with trainingApril 10, 2019
The work of the union is strengthened by members who stand for election in their workplaces with the aim of advancing our policies and strengthening the resolve of members to work toward achieving our goals.
CPL takes the angst out of the Performance and Development FrameworkMarch 20, 2019
Teachers can use the Performance and Development Framework process to achieve their professional goals without it being an overwhelming experience, Federation members were assured at a recent Centre for Professional Learning (CPL) course.
Programs cultivate knowledge of Aboriginal cultureFebruary 22, 2019
Josh Brown is proud of his role ensuring Australia’s First Peoples will continue to have the longest surviving culture in the world.