Observing to Learn

How might observing to learn progress our aspirations for teaching and learning?

This 2hr workshop is designed to guide you and your colleagues towards a deeper understanding of the possibilities and challenges for learning leaders when considering what it means to observe to learn.

Some questions to explore:

  1. 1. What do we mean by observing to learn? And Why?
  2. 2. Who observes whom and why?
  3. 3. Why might some people be reluctant to participate in ‘observing to learn’ practices? How might we respond?
 

Fully program details to follow. Workshops series begins in term 2.

Register your interest here admin@edpartnerships.edu.au and we will alert you when the workshop is advertised and open for registrations.

 

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Who have we partnered with?
  • Armadale Primary School
  • Australian Catholic University
  • Bastow Institute
  • Berwick Fields PS
  • Carlton Primary School
  • Catholic Diocese of Ballarat Education Office
  • Dandenong West Primary School
  • Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
  • Derrimut Primary School
  • Elisabeth Murdoch College
  • Eltham High School
  • Footscray Primary School
  • Grovedale College
  • MACS - Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools
  • Monash University
  • Mother of God School, Ardeer
  • Prahran High School
  • Roxburgh Homestead Primary School
  • St Francis de Sales Primary School Lynbrook
  • St Joseph's Crib Point
  • St Mary of the Cross MacKillop Primary School
  • St Paul the Apostle, Doreen
  • William Ruthven College
  • Wonga Park Primary School
Catholic Diocese of Ballarat Education OfficeSt Paul the Apostle, DoreenBerwick Fields PSCarlton Primary SchoolSt Mary of the Cross MacKillop Primary SchoolDerrimut Primary SchoolDandenong West Primary SchoolArmadale Primary SchoolFootscray Primary SchoolSt Joseph's Crib PointMACS - Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic SchoolsMother of God School, ArdeerMonash UniversityEltham High School
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