Learning Support

AIS Learning from Home – Supporting Students with Additional Needs

Remote Learning Resources

AISSNW Learning from home
NESA News (COVID-19 response)
AITSL – What works in online/distance learning
UNESCO Distance Learning Solutions
Department of Education Distance Learning Resources (requires AISNSW login)
NSW Department of Education Training and Learning Resources
Google for Education Distance Learning Resources

Professional Learning Resources

AISNSW has added a new section to the Learning from Home materials, Learning from Home Conversations. They have provided a series of brief videos with follow up materials and reflections. The follow up activities count for NESA endorsed PD hours.

The videos are just 15 min each and are a good way to consolidate and build on some of the recent learning through experience.

EdComm has had to cancel some of their live activities over the next few months but some will be live-streamed. The next will be an evening session, ‘Anxious Heads, Troubled Minds’ with Dr Valerie Ling.

They also have online programs available through their website.

EdComm is a good avenue to be able to develop your understanding of what is means to teach in an Anglican School, how to connect your faith to your teaching practice and the implications for Anglican Schools of wider community and social issues.

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