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Modern Assessment Theory and Assessment Strategies for Higher Order Thinking: K – 12

Overview In this course you will develop a practical understanding of modern assessment theory and look at strategies for promoting...

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Tell Me Your Story: Supporting EAL/D Students from K-8

The focus of this three day course presented by Kathy Rushton and Joanne Rossbridge is to develop understandings and strategies for participants who support EAL/D students in both small groups and mainstream classrooms.

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Conversations about Texts in Secondary Schools

Overview The focus of this one day course presented by Kathy Rushton and Joanne Rossbridge is to develop understandings and...

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Women in History: Reclaiming (In)Visible Women

Overview In this exciting new CPL course participants will delve into women in history, investigating programming approaches for History 7-10,...

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Supporting Students with ADHD in 7-10

Overview The Supporting Students with ADHD in 7-10 course is designed to support teachers to: AEU ACT Branch, Level 1/71 Leichhardt...

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Writing in Secondary Schools – understanding and applying grammar in context

Please note that this course was formerly known as “Extended Response Writing in Secondary Schools”. Overview The focus of this...

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Assessment Literacy for School Teachers

The CPL and The University of Sydney’s Centre for Educational Measurement and Assessment (CEMA) have entered into a collaborative partnership to...

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Leading Assessment Practice in Schools K-12

What does assessment practice look like in your school? Is there an agreed understanding across the school community of the meaning and purpose of evidence, assessment theory and practice, feedback, and evaluation? How does your school implement a common approach to assessment?

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Supporting Students with Autism in 7-12

The course will help 7-12 teachers to develop an understanding of a wide range of characteristics of students in the Autism Spectrum and will look at practical ways to develop specific strategies to help manage and meet individual student needs.

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