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Broadening horizons of primary school students 2024003F is a Course

Broadening horizons of primary school students 2024003F

Apr 30, 2024 - Dec 31, 2024

$410 Enrol

Full course description

Date and time

Tuesday 30 April 2024, 9.30 am to 12.00 pm

Delivery mode

In-person at ISV, 40 Rosslyn St, West Melbourne

Audience 

Primary school leaders, Teachers, Career Practitioners

Description

Research shows that career-related learning needs to start in primary schools so that students can expand their horizons rather than limit their opportunities. Primary schools provide an ideal time to help students learn about the world of work and the variety of jobs available (some of which don’t even exist yet). Importantly, it helps break down any stereotypes and notions they may have about careers.

If you want to learn how to help broaden students’ aspirations and positively impact their future life choices, attending this event will increase your knowledge of providing quality career-related learning in your school.

Research highlights that integrating career learning in primary schools helps increase student engagement, gives inspiration to students, and can lead to better career outcomes for students in the long run.                                         

Key takeaways                 

  • deeper understanding of the benefits of career related learning in primary school
  • strategies to support career-related learning in the classroom
  • strategies to broaden your students’ aspirations and challenge stereotypes
  • actions you can take to help strengthen career related learning in your school.

Presenter information

Maria Floudiotis

Maria is the Education Consultant, Careers at Independent Schools Victoria. In her role, she provides high-level advice and support to Independent schools in relation to career education. Maria has a strong background in career development and education and has held leadership, consulting, teaching, lecturer, and career practitioner roles, in this field. She has diverse experience, having worked in schools, tertiary institutions, and corporate and government settings.