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AISACT Celebrating Teaching and Learning event

The AISACT Celebrating Teaching and Learning event held at the University of Canberra, on Thursday 12th November 2015. Showcased 29 presentations highlighting some of the unique teaching and learning projects and programs that have occurred in AISACT Member Schools in 2015.

Over 70 attendees learned about and discussed topics such as technology, coaching, learning support, leadership and whole school approaches to teaching and learning.

This will be an annual event in the Associations calendar, and AISACT looks forward to showcasing the projects and programs schools will undertake throughout next year at the 2016 Celebrating Teaching and Learning event.

Thoughts from the day:

“…the pace was good and having short snappy presentations with the chance to move around was really effective.”

 “The day provided an opportunity to learn from others and share and voice the understanding through discussion.”

“It was well organized, interesting and run efficiently.”

“The room had a fantastic atmosphere which encouraged collaboration and networking.”

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