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Enhancing Teacher Planning for Effective Learning
An interactive panel discussion exploring proven ways of optimising teacher planning.

Teachers spend an inordinate amount of time planning lessons with often different planning processes and expectations at the teacher, team, department, and school level.

This disparity and lack of school-wide planning processes often leads to tension amongst leaders and teachers and can become a barrier to embedding best-practice pedagogy.

Education Horizons’ 2021 annual survey of teachers, school leaders, and administrators -- which was compiled from over 1,000 respondents representing more than 590 schools (56% independent) from every state and territory in Australia -- highlighted some compelling priorities with regards to teacher planning.

The top priority for school leaders (57%) was ‘consistently embedding best-practice pedagogy across the school’ and for teachers it was ‘improving workflow to reduce workload’ (42%). So, where should teachers and schools start in embedding best-practice pedagogy across the school and improving workflow to reduce teacher workload?

During this webinar, a panel of educators will share their strategies, tips, and insights into how to enhance teacher planning activities.

Bring along your questions.

Join us to:
• Discover new ways of streamlining your teachers’ planning process
• Learn ways to make learning visible
• Understand how teacher planning plays a role in embedding best practice pedagogy throughout your school

Oct 27, 2021 04:30 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Speakers

Kim Edwards
Senior Education Consultant @Education Horizons Group
Kim Edwards has over 30 years' experience as a teacher educator, instructional leader, classroom practitioner, IB coordinator, and Deputy Principal for K-12 Schools. Kim is a highly experienced IB workshop facilitator and Lead Educator delivering a range of workshops and leadership training courses for the International Baccalaureate. Kim is also a Visible Learning Plus Consultant and a Concept-based teaching and learning trainer.
Kim Christiansen
Consultant @Education Horizons