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2020 Term 1 COURSE List

The Lismore Catholic Schools Office has developed an online tool (My Learning) to provide support for principals and teachers to manage NESA registered professional learning and other CSO approved learning courses.

The My Learning portal will assist with compliance to NESA ensuring teachers will meet the requirements of 50 hours of NESA registered professional learning and 50 hours of Teacher Identified professional learning over a 5 year period. To enrol in any or all of the credentialed courses listed below, register online at  http://mylearning.lism.catholic.edu.au/ An enrolment key and link to the course content will then be provided via email. There is no cost involved.

Creativity in Google and Web Tools

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Creativity in Google and Web Tools will explore ways to use and apply G Suite tools along with other web based tools to aid creativity in the teaching and learning process.  Participants will engage in using Google Slides, Sheets, Drawings and Docs for creativity along with three other web accessible tools. At the completion of this course participants will have knowledge and understanding to effectively use the tools and applications covered to foster creativity in their learning and teaching. 

Participants will be expected to invest about 4 to 6 hours of work to complete a range of ‘hands on’ competency based activities and assignments to provide evidence of their learning.

Digital Technologies. T1. Wks 5&6. 2020

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This credential short course is conducted over a two week period and is open to all staff and will provide eligible teachers with THREE hours of accreditation with NESA.  Participants will be guided through some knowledge and thinking around Science and Digital Technologies. Each of the three 60 minute modules outlines a clear learning intention for: Algorithm Development; Scope and Sequence; Experiential Learning to explore background information and surface level learning. Participants will be expected to invest about 4-6 hours of work to complete a range of ‘hands-on’ competency-based activities, exit tickets and a final assignment to provide evidence of their learning.

Google Drawings - The Underused G Suite Tool

The Google Drawings credential short course is conducted over a two week period and is open to all staff and will provide eligible teachers with THREE hours of accreditation with NESA. Participants will explore Google Drawings  to develop essential skills involved in producing resources for teaching and learning. Participants will be expected to invest about four-six hours of work to complete a range of ‘hands on’ competency based activities and assignments to provide evidence of their learning.

Visualising Data. T1. Wks 3&4. 2020

b This credential short course is conducted over a two week period and is open to all staff and will provide eligible teachers with THREE hours of accreditation with NESA.  Participants can explore efficient ways to record data a guide for teaching and learning and easily interpret that data through the creation of templates. Participants will be expected to invest about 4-6 hours of work to complete a range of ‘hands-on’ competency-based activities, exit tickets and a final assignment to provide evidence of their learning.