Collaborating in Open Learning Spaces to provide 21st Century Learning

Presented by: Pam Burton

Event Information: 6 PD Hours 



'...A Professional Learning Community is a collaboration of teachers, administrators, parents, and students, who work together to seek out best practices, test them in the classroom, continuously improve processes, and focus on results.’ Dufour

This workshop will identify practices and protocols that leaders and teachers can use to guide teacher and student collaboration.

Participants will:

  • Explore evidence based practices that build collaborative practice.
  • Investigate strategies that enable teacher teams to improve student learning outcomes.
  • Devise effective teacher teaming differentiation strategies.
  • Identify the different ways teachers can collaborate effectively in learning spaces.
  • Learn how to identify and develop team working and meeting protocols to strengthen collaboration.

Event Details:


Monday 21st October, 2019

  9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)

Saxons Training Facilities 
Level 6, 500 Collins Street, Melbourne

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Target Audience: All Primary & Secondary Teachers.

  $279.00 + GST

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About the Presenter:

Pam Burton’s interest, experience and expertise in educating students at all levels is reflected in her broad teaching and consultancy career. She is a celebrated presenter and author who works extensively with students, teachers and organisations in the areas of leadership, brain compatible learning, boys’ education, literacy, gifted education, creative and critical thinking, learning styles, multiple intelligences and cooperative learning.

She has been a lecturer in Gifted Education at Deakin University, a presenter in the Bright Sparks and Women in Leadership programs and numerous other programs at Deakin University.

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