ECE Forum (TUT) The Australian Early Development Census (AEDC) Planning for Children's Development
27 places available
Start: Tuesday 18 June 2019 - 12.00pm - You are invited for a light lunch and networking.
Move to Forum: 12.45pm
Finish: Tuesday 18 June 2019 - 3.30pm
Location: SSTUWA building, 1 West Street, West Perth WA 6005 (off Thomas Street)
About the forum
The State School Teachers’ Union of WA (SSTUWA) continues to provide Early Childhood Educators with opportunities to develop effective industrial and professional practice, understandings and knowledge.
The Australian Early Development Census (AEDC), completed by schools every three years, measures young children’s progress across five developmental domains.
With the release of the 2018 results, schools have trend data to identify what is working well and what needs to be improved.
The SSTUWA invites school leaders and teachers to join Gail Clark, Western Australian AEDC Coordinator, Principal Stephen Soames and Nadia Wilson-Ali, Director of Education – Think Childcare Limited to learn more about the AEDC and its application in the school setting.
Gail will discuss how the results can be used as an evidence base to inform planning and key community partnerships. Stephen will share his experience integrating the AEDC in practice and planning.
Nadia will talk about opportunities to maximise children’s continuity of learning through strong connections between families, schools and early childhood education and care services.
Specifically this workshop will support you to:
- Develop a deeper understanding of the AEDC.
- Understand child development in your local area.
- Apply the AEDC in planning for children’s development.
- Make links with the National Quality Standard, Early Years Learning Framework, and Western Australian Curriculum.
- Maximise continuity of learning as children transition to full-time school.
- Dive into the AEDC School and Early Childhood Education and Engagement Kit.
$ 50 : Members
$ 100 : Non-Members
- Noon : Light Lunch
- 1pm: Forum welcome
- 3.30pm: Forum finish
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Gail Clark - AEDC State Coordinator
Stephen Soames - Principal, Westfield Park PS
Nadia Wilson-Ali, Director of Education, Think Childcare Limited
Early Childhood Educators K-2 and
Trade union training leave
Members in schools and TAFE colleges are eligible for five days of paid leave per year to attend trade union training (TUT).
To comply with TUT leave requirements applicants must:
- Submit applications to DoE/principal four weeks prior to the event.
- Provide DoE/principal with a printed copy of the course program attached to this form.
- Be nominated by the SSTUWA. See “nominated audience” on the attached course program.
This leave provision covers teacher relief for members attending SSTUWA TUT courses.
For school administration
When processing TUT leave applications:
- Ensure staff attending training have selected TUT Leave in HRMIS.
- Project code 1471 will be generated within the payment system.
Professional Standards for Teachers in Western Australia
This training relates to the following standards :
Standard 2 – Know the content and how to teach it
Standard 3 – Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
Standard 6 – Engage in professional learning
Standard 7 – Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/carers and the community