Looking to offer variety in your CAFS program? Would love to share and develop resources with other CAFS teachers?
Reigniting the Spark in CAFS is a workshop aimed at providing teachers:
- the opportunity to learn, develop and share unique and engaging programmes;
- teaching & learning strategies; and assessment tasks to support their CAFS students.
Teachers will participate in a variety of hands on workshop activities that will have them reflecting on the planning and delivery of their usual CAFS program.
Innovative and challenging teaching and learning strategies, based on research will be explored and developed.
Join together the growing group of CAFS teachers who are looking to learn, share, collaborate and network. To make CAFS a subject that students will continue to choose for its relevance and uniqueness.
Delegates - Sydney 2015
Quality of deliver: 1. "Outstanding they knew their stuff, were enthusiastic & inclusive" 2. knowledgeable, informative, organised, helpful, friendly
Delegate- Sydney 2015
The many hands on activities we participated in. These can be easily implimented into my programs
Delegate- Sydney 2015
additional resources, reassurance that where I am headed is in line with colleagues, great sharing of ideas
No Reigniting the Spark workshops are currently planned for 2017. Please contact the ACHPER NSW office if you are interested in attending a Reigniting the Spark workshop and we will add you to the waitlist.
Photos from past workshops:
ACHPER member: $260 + gst
Non member: $330 + gst
Professional Teaching Standards
• 1.5.2 Develop teaching activities that incorporate differentiated strategies to meet the specific learning needs of students across the full range of abilities.
• 2.1.2 Apply knowledge of the content and teaching strategies of the teaching area to develop engaging teaching activities.
• 3.3.2 Advise and assist colleagues to design and implement high quality teaching and learning programs that enhance learning outcomes through innovative, engaging learning opportunities.
• 3.6.2 Evaluate personal teaching and learning programs using evidence, including feedback from students and student assessment data, to inform planning