Secondary Catalogue

Series: Teacher Professional Development


Accommodating Different Learning Styles

Accommodating Different Learning Styles

It's easy for a teacher to assume that all his or her students learn in the same way but the truth is that there is a multitude of different learning styles, characterised by three main types: auditory, visual and kinaesthetic. In this...Show More
Adapting Resources

Adapting Resources

This video gives practical advice on how to adapt resources to use in every classroom.
Breaking News

Breaking News

This video gives strategies on how use the news to connect students to the world around them and to what is going on in the classroom.
Bring the World

Bring the World

This video gives educators strategies on how to use technology to connect classrooms across schools, districts and borders.
Building Community

Building Community

This video gives educators strategies to help them build their own community of practice.
Clarifying Copyright

Clarifying Copyright

With digital disruption changing the way we all access and disseminate information, recent changes to the legal framework for copyright with more to come, and the importance of academic integrity in the spotlight, teachers need to be tech-savvy...Show More
Class Stories

Class Stories

This videos explores the important role stories have in helping educators connect and learn from other professionals, and strategies to tell engaging stories from your classroom.
Classroom Management: Our Wonderful Twos

Classroom Management: Our Wonderful Twos

Visual, immediate and involving - everything positive reinforcement and effective classroom management should be! Miss Reegi provides a system that is simple, that manages as well as rewards, and (best of all) promotes 'buy-in'. Inclusive and...Show More
Collaboration

Collaboration

Collaboration skills are vital for any 21st century citizen. This video explains what collaborations skills are and gives tips on how educators can introduce and integrate collaboration throughout their teaching practice.
Communication

Communication

We define and explain what communication is in relation to the four C's of 21st century learning, and help your students communicate effectively within the classroom and the world beyond.
Counselling: A Guide for Teachers

Counselling: A Guide for Teachers

This programme is designed to assist teachers in understanding the process of counselling in secondary schools. It begins with a definition of counselling and then goes on to explain the counselling process followed by a basic description of the...Show More
Creativity

Creativity

Creativity can fall under a myriad of genres and industries, but the key fundamentals are the same, this video explains what being creative actually means. We also explain how educators can explore creativity within their classroom no matter...Show More
Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking

Critical thinking is essential for all areas of modern life, this video explores what it means and why it is so important. It looks at how educators can get their students to think critically about how to discern information, sources, and the...Show More

Different Forms of Instructional Video

Instructional video can take different forms, each with its own pros and cons. In this video, English, History and EAL teacher Steven Kolber introduces four types: screen capture, boards, classroom observation (video on demand) and green screen,...Show More
Documentation

Documentation

This video explores why educators must continually document classroom work and interactions, including strategies on how to build the habit of making it part of day to day teaching.
Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom

Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom

This programme provides teachers with a basic understanding of what Emotional Intelligence is and how it can be utilised in the classroom to generate a positive learning environment. There is ample evidence now to suggest that emotional...Show More
Exam Stress

Exam Stress

Nerves before a big test can be productive. But when nervous energy grows into an overwhelming anxiety, exam performance can suffer, just as the negative feelings and self-talk have convinced you it will. Important viewing for students ahead of...Show More
Generalised Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Generalised Anxiety: A Teacher's Guide

Generalised anxiety disorder is characterised by excessive worry over a sustained period and may affect a student in many physical, psychological and behavioural ways. Made specifically for teachers, this programme is a useful tool for...Show More
Hot Tips for Classroom Management

Hot Tips for Classroom Management

One of the biggest challenges facing teachers today is classroom management and dealing with difficult students. This programme provides help.It offers some effective, preventative strategies, as well as ways to deal with difficult behaviour when...Show More
Implicit Bias

Implicit Bias

This video gives educators strategies on how to check and prevent implicit bias.
Integrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives

Integrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives

The Australian Curriculum requires Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives to be embedded across all subject areas. This programme is a professional development resource for teachers seeking successful strategies for enhancing the...Show More
Learning with Interactive Whiteboards

Learning with Interactive Whiteboards

Today interactive whiteboards are being used in a variety of settings; classrooms at all levels of education, corporate board rooms, work groups, and training rooms. But what are their features and benefits? This programme provides a solid...Show More
Make and Publish a Video

Make and Publish a Video

There are four key steps to creating instructional video for your students: pre-production, production, editing and publication. In this video, English, History and EAL teacher Steven Kolber highlights things to consider at each step, including...Show More
Managing the Difficult Group

Managing the Difficult Group

It's a challenge that every teacher has to face: how to handle a difficult group of students. Even experienced teachers can quail at the thought of facing another period with a particular class whose behaviour is dominated by a group of...Show More
Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse

Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse

This programme aims to support teachers' current understanding of mandatory reporting of child abuse in schools across Australia. It focuses on the legal aspects of mandatory reporting, including variations from state to state, and describes the...Show More