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Essential Skills for Classroom Teachers (4164)


This highly regarded professional learning day outlining the fundamental skills required of all ACT public school teachers is back! Adapted from Education Queensland’s Essential Skills for Classroom Management, the skills have been validated by the informed practice of teachers across Australia for over a decade. ‘Essential Skills for Classroom Teachers’ is crucial for effective behaviour management leading to more time teaching and learning ultimately improving student outcomes. Effective classroom management strategies establish quality environments where high levels of intellectual quality and significance are generated improving academic and social outcomes for students. School leaders please note: Essential Skills is the pre-requisite for Coaching Teachers in Essential Skills.


Program Design

Program Expectations

Event Sessions


Enrolment Closing Date: 27/10/2019
The closing date for enrolments for this event has passed.
This event comprises the following session(s). You will automatically be enrolled in all of them:
Session TitleStart DateEnd DateStart TimeEnd TimeVenuePresenter
Essential Skills for Classroom Teachers29/10/201929/10/20198:30 AM3:30 PMHedley Beare Centre for Teaching and Learning
Fremantle Drive Stirling ACT 2611

Event Fees

Departmental Staff: N/A

Non-Departmental Staff: N/A

Contact Details

Please contact the following if you require any more details about this event.
Contact Name: Marie Amaro
Phone: 0433933129


The following is a list of attachments for this event that are available to download.
 File NameSize
ES for Classroom Teachers Flyer 29th Oct 2019 (1).docx0.02 Mb

Event Target

Sectors: Central Office,College,Combined Schools,Early Childhood School,High School,Preschool,Primary,Special School
Groups: Classroom Teacher,Deputy Principal,Executive Teacher,Principal
Specialisation: There are no target specialisations defined for this event.

Eligibility Criteria

Professional Learning Focus Areas

New Educators, Safe Schools, Student Welfare and Management

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