Upcoming Workshops

Videos for Change

Videos for Change is a student-led, project-based, real-world learning opportunity that supports your students to be advocates of social change while developing the vital global competencies of collaboration, critical and creative thinking, communication and citizenship.

In 2020 Videos for Change will ask young people “What does ‘community’ mean in a time of crisis?”

Join High Resolves for 90 minute interactive webinar that will provide you with the knowledge, skills and resources to successfully implement this learning experience at your school whether it is in-person or remotely.

Date

Tuesday 2 June, 3:30pm – 5:00pm

Wednesday 10 June, 3.30pm – 5.00pm

Thursday 18 June, 3.30pm – 5.00pm

Audience

Videos for Change can be aligned to the national and state-based curricula of English, Humanities and Media or embedded as part of a rigorous wellbeing program. We invite relevant teachers, Heads of Departments, Year Coordinators, Curriculum Leaders, Heads of Wellbeing/Pastoral Care and Executive Leadership to attend.

Platform

Please ensure you are able to access Zoom on your computer prior to the start of your chosen webinar.

Cost

We are offering the first 100 attendees free registration to this webinar which includes all the teacher and student resources you need to run this learning experience successfully in your school. Standard registration is $75+GST.

Identity and Purpose

This Teacher Professional Development session equips school staff with the competencies needed to support students as they develop as citizens, with a particular focus on their own identity and purpose.  Teachers will participate in different activities that highlight different pedagogical approaches that can be used to support a generation of young people resolving to make a positive difference to the world.  The sessions will also focus on better equipping teachers with the key skills and competencies, including inclusive leadership, effective collaboration, and cultural awareness, that are increasingly needed in both education and the wider world.  Participants will also be introduced to our Theory of Change along with specific strategies and resources they can use and adapt to help students develop mastery in their own unique school context.

Just Society

This Teacher Professional Development session equips school staff with the competencies needed to support students as they develop as citizens, with a particular focus on creating a more just society.  Teachers will participate in different activities that highlight different pedagogical approaches that can be used to support a generation of young people resolving to make a positive difference to the world.  The sessions will also focus on better equipping teachers with the key skills and competencies, including inclusive leadership, effective collaboration, and cultural awareness, that are increasingly needed in both education and the wider world.  Participants will also be introduced to our Theory of Change along with specific strategies and resources they can use and adapt to help students develop mastery in their own unique school context.

Social Progress

This Teacher Professional Development session equips school staff with the competencies needed to support students as they develop as citizens, with a particular focus on social progress.  Teachers will participate in different activities that highlight different pedagogical approaches that can be used to support a generation of young people resolving to make a positive difference to the world.  The sessions will also focus on better equipping teachers with the key skills and competencies, including inclusive leadership, effective collaboration, and cultural awareness, that are increasingly needed in both education and the wider world.  Participants will also be introduced to our Theory of Change along with specific strategies and resources they can use and adapt to help students develop mastery in their own unique school context.

Better Self

This Teacher Professional Development session equips school staff with the competencies needed to support students as they develop as citizens, with a particular focus on creating a better self.  Teachers will participate in different activities that highlight different pedagogical approaches that can be used to support a generation of young people resolving to make a positive difference to the world.  The sessions will also focus on better equipping teachers with the key skills and competencies, including inclusive leadership, effective collaboration, and cultural awareness, that are increasingly needed in both education and the wider world.  Participants will also be introduced to our Theory of Change along with specific strategies and resources they can use and adapt to help students develop mastery in their own unique school context.