ACUMentoring Launch in Canberra - Thursday, 9 June 2016
Mentoring provides an innovative approach to building school and university partnerships whilst addressing TEMAG recommendations detailed in the 'Action now: Classroom Ready report'.
Our partnerships are an empowering collaborative mechanism for supporting the formation of the Pre-Service and Early Career Teachers. The ACUMentoring Hub was developed in response to community and education sector needs and offers a range of opportunities for educators to engage in high quality professional learning. It includes a range of pathways into tertiary education exploring mentoring for teachers across a variety of career stages.
ACUMentoring Hub Launch
Find out about the range of professional development programs and opportunities being offered through the Faculty of Education by attending the launch of the ACUMentoring hub.
Associate Professor Jillian Fox, National Director of Professional Experience & Partnerships (Will discuss the current national initiatives for ACUMentoring)
Mary Gallagher, Professional Experience Coordinator, Canberra (Will present on the opportunities that the ACUMentoring Hub can offer)
Date: Thursday 9 June Time: 4.30 - 6pm Venue: ACU, 223 Antill St, Watson ACT, Signadou Building Room S3 RSVP: To email@example.com by Thursday June 2
Why should you attend this launch?
To hear about how ACU can support you as an educational leader and why ACUMentoring can have a positive impact on the professional learning in your community Find out how you and your school can access 12 hours of free high quality, accredited professional learning. Light refreshments will be provided.
What is ACUMentoring?
The ACUMentoring professional development program is a face-to-face learning opportunity designed for teachers to build knowledge and understanding of mentoring practices. The aim is to enhance teaching practices and maximise student learning outcomes for both Pre-Service Teachers and Early Career Teachers through high quality mentoring experiences.