Professional learning projects

Specifically designed for your unique learning and teaching context

What is a Professional Learning Project?

A Professional Learning Project is a long or short term commitment by an education community to focus closely on an aspect of learning and teaching.

Each Project is specifically designed for your unique learning and teaching context. During the planning phase, careful consideration is given to each setting’s vision, culture and current goals.

A Professional Learning Project includes a balance of professional learning modes, such as:

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Workshops
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Whole Day Conferences
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Demonstration Lessons
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Reflection-on-Practice conversations
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Pedagogical Coaching (1:1)
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Pedagogical Dialogue through inquiry
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Planning Support
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Study Groups or Learning Teams
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Professional Reading Groups
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Open House / Gallery Sharing
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Pedagogical Exchange
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Collaborative Coaching

“We have worked with Katie Ashmead over the past two years, exploring the Bookmaking Approach in Foundation to Year 2.

Katie has been extremely supportive of us on our journey and we’ve learnt so much. She has guided us through her teaching of mini lessons, planning for bookmaking and conferencing children’s writing. Katie is approachable, understanding and has a wealth of knowledge of how young children learn to write. We certainly wouldn’t choose any other way to teach writing now. Thank you Katie for helping us to teach children how to love writing.”

Early Years Teachers from Warradale Primary, Adelaide.