Implementing HITS: Practical Strategies for Using High Impact Teaching Strategies in the Classroom - 2 Day Program

Presented by: Glen Pearsall


Event Information: 12 PD Hours 

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How do we turn the High Impact Teaching Strategies into everyday practice in our classroom? This TWO DAY workshop both explains the H.I.T.S. and explores concrete, classroom- tested strategies for using them to help your students meet their potential. Participants completing this course will:

  • Explore activities and learning games designed specifically for each of the H.I.T.S.
  • Review why these strategies have such a high impact and discuss how to tailor the H.I.T.S. to the specific needs of your school to maximise their impact.
  • Investigate resources for employing H.I.T.S. with students of all ages and abilities
  • Learn how to adopt these practices without having to add more preparation or correction to your workload.

Event Details:

 

Monday 17th June & Tuesday 18th June, 2019

  9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)
 

 Double Tree by Hilton

 270 Flinders St, Melbourne

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Target Audience: Primary and Secondary Teachers.

  $594.00 + GST

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About the Presenter

Glen Pearsall is a leading secondary school teacher and an acclaimed presenter of professional development for classroom teachers across Australia. He has presented a wide array of professional development seminars and workshops for the TLN, AEU and Critical Agendas. Glen has a particular interest in the development of young teachers and has also developed and delivered a program of renewal for mid-career teachers. His expertise is in high quality instructional practice, and the development of classroom cultures based on sound pedagogy and educational research. He has been a board member of the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority, and has worked as a research fellow at the Australian Youth Research Centre. He is also the author of the highly acclaimed “And Gladly Teach”, an inspirational and practical book on creating supportive and cooperative classrooms.

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