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better student performance and productivity.
Academic Edge is a program designed for teenagers to develop their capabilities to be successful in their study and life. As a result of participation in this program, teens will:
- identify individual strengths and weaknesses to assist decision making
- develop capacity to achieve personal goals
- identify opportunities to improve academic results
- develop a range of academic and enterprise skills
- use a range of tools for learning.
ePlatform is an eBook lending system that’s empowering schools and libraries across the world.
ePlatform One school consortia collections offer an instant peer selected eLibrary of 1,250 titles for one low annual fee.
ePlatform is developed by Wheelers Books, Australasia’s largest supplier of eBooks and print books to schools and public libraries.
“Focus on your strengths, not your weaknesses. Follow your flow!”
When you are in Flow, productivity increases, results improve dramatically, you have more fun and feel more connected to your organisation. Discover your genius.
Karen Bonanno is an accredited Flow Consultant in Talent Dynamics; the #1 professional development pathway for accelerating trust and flow in your organisation.
Of particular interest is how this also applies to young people and this is where the Talent Dynamics for Young People (TDYP) comes into play. TDYP empowers young people to discover who they are and what they are here for.
The Professional Teaching Portfolio Challenge is designed to support teachers on a step-by-step journey through the daunting task of creating a professional portfolio and collecting evidence to support their claim against the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.
This webinar explains how the Challenge works and highlights some useful tools and strategies to make the accreditation process less daunting.
The Visible Classroom program encourages teachers to critically assess how they have taught to see their teaching through the eyes of their students.
Teachers can see their impact in the classroom and make subsequent evaluative, evidence-based adjustments to their teaching to support improved student outcomes.