Friday, 9 February 2018 - 9:00am–3:30pm
Free; 10 CRT places for teachers attending from schools with an ICSEA score below 1000 (limit 2 per school)
Guest presenters supporting SLV education programs: Lyn Torres and Barbara Yazbeck
Registration and morning tea: 9–9.30am
Workshop: 9.30am–3.30pm (lunch provided; please note any dietary requirements when booking)
Booking: Please note that this course is now booked out.
This workshop for upper primary and secondary school teachers and librarians explores how the Research Skill Development (RSD) framework, developed by the University of Adelaide, can be applied in the curriculum to make the development of research skills an explicit element of learning.
The RSD framework is a conceptual pedagogical tool that describes research skills and their development within a learning continuum. Participants in this workshop will explore the RSD framework through interactive group workshop activities and discovery learning approaches.
- explore research skills and processes through discovery-based learning opportunities
- identify the relationship between research skills development and student autonomy
- discover strategies to explicitly teach research techniques in the classroom, using the RSD framework as a guide.
Limited bursaries to cover the cost of a replacement teacher are available for teachers attending from schools located more than 50 kilometres from the CBD or with an Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA) ranking less than 1000.
Please note that this course is now booked out.