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Supporting the aspirations of EAL/D students 2024036F is a Course

Supporting the aspirations of EAL/D students 2024036F

May 2, 2024 - Dec 31, 2024

$770 Enrol

Full course description

Date and time

Thursday 2 May 2024, 9.30 am to 3.30 pm

Delivery mode

In person at ISV, 40 Rosslyn St, West Melbourne

Audience 

EAL/D Teacher, Teacher, Career Practitioners, Curriculum Leader

Description

Meeting the needs of all students is an important element of best practice in career education. With a focus on EAL/D students, this workshop will explore strategies teachers can adopt to integrate career learning in their lessons and help EAL/D students to develop the knowledge and capabilities required to navigate a changing world of work. 

By enriching their teaching practice and recognising the role they can play in supporting the career development of EAL/D students, teachers should also help to broaden students’ horizons and help prepare them for transitions during and beyond school.

Research highlights that integrating career learning in the curriculum for EAL/D students enhances their learning and broadens their horizons.                                               

Key takeaways                 

  • increased understanding of the role teachers can play in supporting the career development of EAL/D students
  • strategies for integrating career learning within the curriculum to further support EAL/D students
  • demystifying the myths related to the career aspirations of EAL/D students
  • exploration of career frameworks relevant to EAL/D students
  • introduction to available resources.

Presenter information

Julie Christopoulos

Julie is currently a Principal Consultant at ISV in the School Improvement Team. Her role embodies supporting schools in wellbeing and curriculum aspects. These include, approaches that can be implemented to develop positive relationships throughout the school community and an engaging experience in the delivery and teaching of the curriculum. Julie supports ISV schools in numerous areas that include strategies in adopting restorative practices, inclusiveness and cultural diversity, supports for students who are from low-socio economic backgrounds and are dealing with challenging environments, Indigenous students, refugee students, EAL students, students ‘at risk’ of disengaging from school and students in mainstream settings exhibiting disengagement and challenges. Post graduate studies in counselling allow further depth and understanding in the supports provided.

Maria Floudiotis               

Maria is the Education Consultant, at 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.