1.2.3 Participants will gain an understanding of best practice in inquiry-based learning for ethical understanding.
2.1.3 Participants will be provided with methodologies for engagement and programs for teaching theoretical and applied ethics.
2.6.3 Participants will hear about new ITC based methodologies for improving teaching practices and engagement.
2.2.3 Participants will gain insights into models of best practice from throughout Australasia and a systematic way of teaching ethics throughout the primary and secondary years.
3.4.3 Participants will be provided with a series of new resources for teaching ethics which engage student learning.
3.6.3 Participants will hear about a new national program encouraging critical, collaborative and creative thinking in ethics including student and teacher feedback.
5.3.3 Participants will receive a range of assessment options used nationally and internationally in assessing student performance in the formation of an ethical argument.
6.2.3 Participants will gain access points for doing relevant research and opportunities for program development including assistance offered to pre-service teachers for training and assistance.
6.3.3 Participants will be provided with numerous opportunities for improving professional knowledge and networking both within the workshop and afterwards through ongoing training opportunities.
7.4.3 Participants will hear about the current work being done by there local association and more broadly the Federation of Australasian Philosophy in Schools Associations. (FAPSA)
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1.5.4 Participants will have the opportunity to evaluate the effectiveness of learning and teaching and learning across a range of abilities.
2.1.4 Effective, research-based learning and teaching programs will be used to enable participants to lead initiatives within their school enabling them to evaluate programs and improve knowledge of content and teaching strategies.
2.2.4 Participants will gain comprehensive knowledge of ethics to improve the selection and sequencing of content into coherently organised learning and teaching programs.
2.6.4 Participants will be given strategies to support their colleagues as they expand learning opportunities and apply an effective ICT based teaching strategy.
3.3.4 Participants will be provided with resources that can be used with colleagues to review, modify and expand their repertoire of teaching strategies in problem-solving, and critical and creative thinking.
3.5.4 Participants will explore a new model of engagement and achievement which uses verbal and nonverbal communication and which incorporates collaborative strategies.
5.4.4 Participants will be provided with a means of measuring student performance using internal and external assessment which takes account of ethical understanding. They will also be provided with a process of evaluating programs against an ethical understanding audit process.
6.2.4 Participants will be provided with a range of professional learning opportunities, including grant opportunities to share with colleagues and some of these are designed to cater for the needs of pre-service teachers.
7.4.4 Participants will be invited to take a leadership role in supporting colleague teachers as they participate in co-curricular learning opportunities.