Enhance your impact with upcoming professional learning sessions across ESA.
Presented by myfuture
Education leadership post-COVID through a digital lens
18 August 2021, 8:30 am | EduTECH, Melbourne
Presented by Andrew Smith (CEO, Education Services Australia)
The Early Childhood Resource Hub closed on 1 October 2020, and its resources moved to a new home, the Australian Children’s Education & Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) website.
ACECQA provides information and access to many helpful resources and materials for early years educators. Visit the ACECQA website.
The Hub’s free courses provide high-quality professional learning to help schools engage positively with current and future challenges. All courses are aligned to the Australian Student Wellbeing Framework and to the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) professional standards at the Proficient level. Access the courses here.View all courses
Explore the five elements of the Framework in depth and discover practical strategies and resources for building positive, safe, inclusive and respectful learning communities where wellbeing can flourish.
This course explains the important relationship between wellbeing and learning. It explores the Australian Student Wellbeing Framework in depth, providing practical strategies, resources and references to help you build positive, safe, inclusive and respectful learning communities.
This practical course supports educators wanting to investigate the why and how of using evidence to evaluate their current programs and approaches in relation to student wellbeing and learning outcomes.
Educators with a strong sense of wellbeing are more able to support the health and wellbeing of their colleagues and students, and to deliver the best possible learning outcomes for all.
These courses focus on specific topics such as resilient and inclusive classrooms, alcohol and other drugs, and online safety. They support the building of positive, safe, inclusive and respectful learning communities.
These courses are designed to help schools uphold legal obligations under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (DDA) and the Disability Standards for Education 2005 (the Standards), which focus on providing fair access to education for students with disability.
These courses intend to improve and consolidate understanding of the NCCD and its relationship to the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) (1992) and Disability Standards for Education (DSE) (2005).