Full course description
This learning event is right for you if you are an Early Years teacher interested in developing your network while exploring and connecting with colleagues about high quality resources.
The 'Early years teachers network - digital forum' contains highly curated content focused on well researched, robust ideas that support improving student outcomes. With general resources as well as content organised by topic area, this resource course puts you in touch with high impact ideas and provides the opportunity to network with colleagues who are also looking for new ways to invigorate their teaching.
- develop and participate in a network of like minded individuals
- discussion forums to connect with colleagues and post and answer queries or requests
- resources curated and recommended by ISV staff
- links to relevant ISV courses and other resources
Curated by ISV specialists including:
Helen Schiele has worked in the educational field for some 26 years. She has developed professional learning in the areas of curriculum design, differentiation, professional learning communities, Cognitive Coaching and literacy and numeracy strategies. Prior to entering the primary and secondary areas, Helen worked extensively as an early childhood practitioner, predominately in low-socioeconomic areas and multicultural communities. Her extensive experience as a generalist teacher in both the primary and secondary fields also includes leading initiatives in gifted education and philosophy. Helen has a Masters in Education and is completing her Doctoral studies in collective efficacy.