Professional Learning


Find the latest information on all conferences and events relating to WASLA.

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Professional Development Calendar 2017

 

Month Date & Time Provider Title Details
March  25 March WASLA

E: wasla@wasla.asn.au

Reading Dogs  Literacy

2017 WASLA Awards

Venue: Joseph Banks Secondary College

Speaker : Sarah Pemberton & Margaret Allen

 

A presentation focussed on how reading dogs can improve students’ attitudes towards reading by creating an environment in which reading is enjoyable and beneficial.

The presentation of the 2017 WASLA Awards

–       Teacher Librarian of the Year

–       Library Technician of the Year

–       Library Officer of the Year

 
May  10 May, Perth

12 May, Geraldton

Times TBA

AISWA/Syba Signs

Contact: vsewell@mlc.wa.edu.au

Designing a digital citizenship program for your school Venue: TBA, whole day

Speaker Lyn Hay

Exploring ways teachers can integrate digital citizenship knowledge and skills across learning areas of the Australian Curriculum

 

19 May

Times TBA

All Libraries Group WA Library leadership: A celebration Venue: State Library WA, whole day

Speakers: Carmen Lawrence, TBA

30 May

4pm – 4.30pm start

6pm finish

WASLA

E: wasla@wasla.asn.au

Fake news, alternative facts or misinformation Venue: St Norbert’s College Library, 2 hours after school PD

Speakers: TBA

Ideas for teaching our kids how to recognise suspect information on the Internet

Afternoon tea provided, gold coin for members & affiliates

 
June 16 June

 

AISWA The Future of teacher librarians – How will you reimage the profession? Venue: TBA, whole day

Speaker Karen Bonnano & June Wall

Exploring ways teachers can integrate digital citizenship knowledge and skills across learning areas of the Australian Curriculum

 

 
September 9 September WASLA

E: wasla@wasla.asn.au

Creating and sustaining libraries in uncertain times Venue: Good Shepard Catholic College, Lockridge

8:30am to 3:00pm

Speaker: Wilma Kurvink

Morning tea provided, capped price for members & affiliates

 
October TBA PTCWA Professional Teaching Awards Venue: TBC

Speaker: TBC

Supper provided

November 15 November WASLA

E: wasla@wasla.asn.au

AGM, PD – TBA Venue: Kennedy Baptist College, 2 hours after school PD

Speaker: TBA

Afternoon tea provided, gold coin for members & affiliates

22 November AISWA AGM, PD – TBA Venue: TBA, after school

Speaker: TBA