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The Young Entrepreneurs Program 2022050Z is a Course

The Young Entrepreneurs Program 2022050Z

Jul 18, 2022 - Dec 31, 2022

$2,000 Enrol

Full course description

Date and time

Day 1:  Tuesday 19 July 2022, 9.30 am to 3.30 pm in person

TBC - 4 online sessions

Day 6: Tuesday 11 October 2022 9.30 am to 3.30 pm in person

TBC - 2 online sessions

Delivery mode

A blend of face to face and online - for the online components a Zoom link will be provided 24 hours prior to the event.

Audience 

This learning event is right for you if you are a Year 9 teacher or leader interested in connecting your students with others around the world to help them become active, productive and informed global citizens.

Description             

Price is for a school team (one teacher and 4-6 students)                 

The Young Entrepreneurs Program is designed to help prepare Year 9 students to live and work as citizens and future leaders in our increasingly interconnected global community through connecting virtually with other young people from the other side of the world. Through these connections, they will develop an understanding of their place in the world and how they can be leaders and give back to others, and also learn to contribute to society as active, productive, and informed global citizens. During the program, schools have the unique experience of designing their service-learning directly with the internationally acclaimed educator Cathryn Berger Kaye.

The program, to be delivered in Terms 3 and 4 2022, will give students the opportunity to grow their intercultural capability, build new friendships and become involved in a design thinking project that will also develop their resilience and critical and creative thinking skills and enhance some key learning outcomes of the Australian/Victorian curriculum. Students and teachers will engage in meaningful online collaboration, use the design thinking framework as part of a group project, explore the diversity of another country’s culture and participate in interactive online sessions focusing on key global environmental issues such as climate change. This innovative and exciting program leverages technology to connect students around the world virtually, offering a transformative virtual journey on the path to becoming true global citizens.

This Learning Event supports the Year 9 Humanities Curriculum (Australian/Victorian Curriculum) as well as the General Capabilities and Cross-curriculum Priorities and therefore provides opportunities for students to develop the skills required for life-long learning, social development and active and informed citizenship.

This learning event supports creating best practice toward meeting the following VRQA standard(s):

  • Curriculum and Student Learning – Curriculum framework                                                              
  • Curriculum and Student Learning – Student learning outcomes                                                                               

 

Relevant Australian professional standards for teachers

3.  Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning

5.  Assess, provide feedback and report on student learning

7.  Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/carers and the community

 

Key takeaways               

Year 9 students will:

  • build new friendships around the world
  • become more active informed global citizens
  • develop their critical and creative thinking skills
  • deepen their understanding of a variety of global environmental issues

Educators will:

  • Collaboratively plan with new colleagues around the world
  • Guide students to become more active and informed global citizens
  • Learn strategies to increase students critical and creative thinking skills

 

Presenter information

 

Julie Baud 

Julie Baud is a Principal Consultant and member of the School Improvement Team at Independent Schools Victoria. With over 30 years’ experience in independent school education in Victoria, South Australia, the ACT and the United Kingdom, she has held a number of senior leadership roles with responsibility for teaching and learning, curriculum, wellbeing and behaviour management, including Principal, Deputy Principal, Assistant Principal and Head of School. As an experienced leader, Julie has worked in very diverse settings, including boarding and residential in both regional and metropolitan areas, and has led and implemented significant change within both existing and new schools.

 

David Burton   

David Burton returned to Australia in 2015 after several years overseas. Until recently he served as Head of Senior Campus at Woodleigh School, a role which included periods as Acting Principal, most recently during the COVID-19 crisis. David has a background in teacher coaching and professional learning, curriculum development, middle years innovation and the integration of new learning technologies into the classroom. David has particular expertise with the International Baccalaureate programs. He was IB MYP Coordinator at the International School of Paris and the Australian International School in Singapore. As a regular IB conference presenter and workshop leader over the last ten years, David has led professional learning with schools and teachers across Australia and New Zealand as well as throughout Asia, Europe and Africa. He has also completed a Masters of School Leadership course, specialising in research into the efficacy of teacher collaboration.