Professional Learning

The terms professional learning and professional development are often used interchangeably by teachers and providers.

Regular, career long professional learning is a fundamental part of the role of the educator and teacher.

Continuing professional learning is needed to keep abreast of new developments in curriculum and pedagogy arising from the changing and evolving educational, social and cultural contexts in which teachers work and students learn.

Educators SA and its affiliated Associations are committed to ongoing professional learning, to develop the knowledge and skills of teachers so they can ultimately improve classroom outcomes.

Professional development activities can take many forms – from coaching and mentoring, to annual conferences, to series of seminars and workshops, to publications.

Events for Professional Learning

Mon 16

How Language Works – Intensive Course

July 16 @ 9:00 am - October 10 @ 3:30 pm
Sat 28

Inquiry Based Learning

July 28 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Responding to Abuse and Neglect

You want to work or volunteer with children and young people on any school sites? In line with currently Child Protection legislation, you are mandated to notify suspected abuse or neglect if you work in a job (or volunteer) role with children or young people. Book it here!

Language and Literacy Courses

To understand the role of language and literacy in successful learning better, Educators SA offers two special courses: “Literacy Learning” and “How language works”.