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ACSA Webinars
2022 Webinar Program

  

Welcome to ACSA's 2022 professional learning webinars 

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ACSA continues to offer a fantastic range of professional learning topics delivered via our webinar medium, valued even more following a year of online/homebased learning and teaching. 2022 will see over 40 hours of online Professional Learning sessions for educators!

The full year's program registrations are open for all sessions. Please scroll down to see the full year's list or download a printable calendar.

   
2022 webinar calendar - downloadable pdf

Per Webinar prices incl. GST: 
ACSA Institutional PLUS member - FREE more info
ACSA Standard member - $60
Non-member - $80

Registration

Registration for one or more webinar in a topic is easy. Simply click on a title link below and you will be taken through to the registration page for that webinar.

Payment is by credit card only and registration and payment must be completed before webinar log in information can be provided for attendees.

ACSA webinars usually start at 7pm AEDT/AEST and are one hour in duration. Each one hour webinar is cross-referenced against the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers for ease of professional development planning and a Certificate of Participation is provided when you have attended the full webinar.

Please note that registrations for most webinars close at 2:00 pm the day of the webinar. Please ensure that you have registered by that time. The ACSA office is unstaffed from 5:00 pm weekdays - should you have any queries about any webinars, please contact us before that time.

Can't make it on the night?
No problem, all paid registrations will receive a link to a recording of the session whether able to attend or not. Recordings of past sessions are available from ACSA's webinars on demand.

Evidence of participation:
- ACSA Certificate of Participation for full attendance at the live webinar
- Receipt of payment
- Recording of webinar

Please note: if you are unable to attend a webinar, refunds and Certificates of Participation cannot be given. Paid registrations will still receive a recording of the webinar regardless of attendance.

Membership:
Think about becoming a member of ACSA to take advantage of our great member discounts, with over 40 webinars scheduled for 2022, it soon adds up.

Institutional PLUS Membership allows all staff to attend ACSA's live webinars for free as well as access to the recordings of those webinars held during the life of the membership. Click here for more information about this exciting member level.

Join the curriculum conversation while completing professional learning hours from your desk top. Contact us if you have any queries at acsa@acsa.edu.au.

Please note that Internet Explorer is no longer supported by Microsoft, and registrations will not work via Explorer. We suggest using Google Chrome or another browser to register for any webinars.

Curriculum Change and Opportunities

All webinars in this topic are complete. To view past webinars, click here.

Rethinking Assessment

All webinars in this topic are complete. To view past webinars, click here.

Numeracy/Mathematics

All webinars in this topic are complete. To view past webinars, click here.

Creativity in the Arts

All webinars in this topic are complete. To view past webinars, click here.

Literacy

All webinars in this topic are complete. To view past webinars, click here.

Indigenous Education

All webinars in this topic are complete. To view past webinars, click here.

Inclusive Education

DATE

Presenter

Webinar title (and topic)

Wednesday 
2 March 2022

Sarah Hattam, Senior Lecturer, Education Futures, University of South Australia , SA, Australia

Recognition and Belonging in Enabling Education

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

Session details

Wednesday 
9 March 2022

Nigel Howard, Coordinator and Tutor, University of South Australia, SA, Australia and Research Fellow, Flinders University, SA, Australia

Makers, Making and Connecting the World

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

Session details

Wednesday
1 June 2022
Cae Ashton, Principal, Yulara School, NT, Australia

Universal supports and the power of social connectedness

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

Session details

Tuesday
26 July 2022

Lesley Anne Ey, Senior Lecturer and Researcher, University of South Australia, SA, Australia

Understanding and Responding to Children's Harmful Sexual Behaviour in Education Settings

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Wednesday
10 August 2022

Maria La Pietra, Head of Student Outcomes and David Wild, CEO, Specialised Assistance School for Youth, SA, Australia

Connection; the foundation to learning for vulnerable young people

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Tuesday
16 August 2022
Martin Westwell, Chief Executive, SACE Board, SA, Australia

Shaping Education So Students Thrive: the role of curriculum and assessment

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Intercultural Education

DATE

Presenter

Webinar title (and topic)

Wednesday
3 August 2022
Melanie Baak, Senior Lecturer, UniSA Education Futures, SA, Australia

We can't teach who we don't know: teaching "other people's children" in superdiverse schools

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Tuesday
23 August 2022

Facilitated by Dylan Chown: In conversation with Emeritus Professor Robert Hattam; Prof Lester Irabinna Rigney and Dr Nadeem Memon, University of South Australia, SA, Australia

Where does Religion fit in public schooling's commitment to equity? (Panel)

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Tuesday
30 August 2022

Dr Sam Schulz, University of Adelaide, Undergraduate teacher education course, Adelaide, Australia; Meredith
Edwards,
former principal of Woodville SHS, Adelaide, Australia; Laila El-Assaad and Rachel, Malek Fahd Islamic School, Sydney, Australia

"Religious Responsivity", National perspectives: Educator case studies

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Tuesday
20 September 2022
Jeewan Chanicka, Director of Waterloo District School Board, Canada; Dr Amaarah DeCuir, American University, Washington D.C., USA and Samah Gamar, Doha Institute, Qatar

"Religious Responsivity", International perspectives: Educator case studies

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Wellbeing

DATE

Presenter

Webinar title (and topic)

Tuesday
2 August 2022

Ash Manuel, Director and Founder, Growing With Gratitude, Australia

How to Execute a Positive Education Program in Your Classroom and Around The School

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Curriculum Reform

DATE

Presenter

Webinar title (and topic)

Tuesday
6 September 2022

Michael Anderson, Co-founder and Academic  Leader, 4C Transformative Learning, Australia

Transforming Schools: developing strategies that make a real difference for students

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14 September 2022

Michael Anderson, Co-founder and Academic  Leader, 4C Transformative Learning, Australia

Transforming Pedagogy and Learning: using coherence makers to achieve deep learning and teaching

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VIP Series

DATE

Presenter

Webinar title (and topic)

Wednesday 
8 June 2022

Anne Looney, Executive Dean, Institute of Education, Dublin City University, Ireland

Contemporary curriculum-making; policies, identities and possibilities

Session complete. Recording available via ACSA Webinars on Demand.

Session details

Wednesday
20 July 2022

Rose Hipkins, Kaihautū Rangahau, Chief Researcher, New Zealand Council for Educational Research, New Zealand

The potential of 'capabilities' as a curriculum change agent

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Wednesday 
27 July 2022
Nicole Mockler, Associate Professor, University of Sydney, NSW, Australia

Re-professionalising teachers through curriculum work

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Wednesday
17 August 2022
Louise Hayward, Professor, University of Glasgow, Scotland

Exploring learning through the lens of curriculum, assessment and pedagogy

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Wednesday
12:00pm (AEST)
24 August 2022

Tom Popkewitz, Professor Curriculum and Instruction, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Curriculum Research: The Phantasmagrams of Desires, Fabrication, and the Making Kinds of People

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Wednesday
31 August 2022

Mark Priestley, Professor of Education, University of Stirling, Scotland

Curriculum Making

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Wednesday
7 September 2022
Annette Woods, Professor, Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child and School of Early Childhood and Inclusive Education, Queensland University of Technology, QLD, Australia

What's the place of curriculum in school reform for quality and equity?

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Tuesday
13 September 2022

Gordon Stobart, Honorary Research Fellow , Oxford University Centre for Educational Assessment, UK

Encouraging effective learning-aligning curriculum, teaching and assessment

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