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Mentor Teacher Training Session (Primary)

Could your experience as a primary educator benefit professional placement student teachers?

If you are enthusiastic about supporting the development of pre-service teachers, this afternoon workshop will equip you with the knowledge and confidence to begin your journey to becoming a great mentor teacher.

teacher mentors

What will you learn through this workshop?

  • Learn about your roles and responsibilities as a mentor
  • Develop skills in sensitive conversations and giving feedback
  • Explore AITSL standards with respect to graduate teachers
  • Expand your mental health awareness

Mentor Teacher Training Session (Primary)

Presented by Dr Susan Blackley

Date: Thursday 23 February 2017

Time:
2pm – 5:30pm

Location:
Building 501, Curtin University, Kent Street, Bentley

Cost:
Free to register. Afternoon tea will be provided.


Sue Blackley

About your presenter

Dr Sue Blackley is an experienced mathematics educator, having spent 21 years teaching in schools, eight years as a Curriculum Advisor, and the past four years as a university lecturer.

Sue has taught in Oxford University (UK), ACU (Brisbane) and La Trobe (Melbourne) before coming to Curtin University.  Her research interests are teacher identity, mathematics education, blended-learning, digital technologies and digital play in the early years.

Sue is the Director of Student Experience and Partnerships, which covers the practicum placements for student teachers.