Secondary Catalogue

Teacher Professional Development

Contains 32 Videos

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
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
Students with Autism

Students with Autism

The autism spectrum covers a complex range of conditions. Understanding the characteristics of autistic behaviour and its neurological causes is essential for effective interaction and communication with people with autism. This programme takes...Show More
Understanding Youth Suicide: A Guide for Teachers

Understanding Youth Suicide: A Guide for Teachers

Suicide has been a taboo subject but attitudes are changing. There is a push to raise public awareness, openly discuss and seek different approaches to this complex, highly emotive issue to help prevent suicide. Unfortunately teachers, students...Show More
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
The Empty Desk: Identifying and Assisting At-Risk Students

The Empty Desk: Identifying and Assisting At-Risk Students

For many young people, the school environment is a place of learning, creating friendships, forging an identity and searching for a direction in life. However, there are some students who have difficulty in actively engaging in the learning...Show More
Teaching ESL Students in the Mainstream Classroom

Teaching ESL Students in the Mainstream Classroom

It is vital for teachers to consider the language used in their subject area from an ESL learner's point of view. This informative programme helps teachers accommodate ESL learners with real-life classroom examples and practical strategies. We...Show More
Profiles in Achievement: Amazing People with Learning Differences

Profiles in Achievement: Amazing People with Learning Differences

Many highly successful people are challenged by learning differences. This programme is a collection of stories meant to inspire and encourage all learners. Some of the people profiled are famous. Others are young achievers who have already...Show More
Easy Ways to Use E-Learning

Easy Ways to Use E-Learning

Students of today are more technologically advanced than ever before. They live their lives with technology at their fingertips. In this programme we discuss how education systems are undergoing a transformation, and how e-learning is becoming...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
The Healthy Teacher

The Healthy Teacher

This professional development programme will inform teachers about the importance of finding balance between teaching and lifestyle. The programme will explore the areas that affect teacher’s physical, emotional and social wellbeing in reducing...Show More
The Beginning Teacher: Everyday Realities

The Beginning Teacher: Everyday Realities

No matter how hard you have studied and trained, the reality of teaching your first class – 'flying solo' – is challenging, rewarding and intimidating in equal parts. This programme is an honest and informative introduction to what you can...Show More
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
E-Learning in Education

E-Learning in Education

This programme is about encouraging and inspiring teachers to incorporate e-learning as an integral part of the curriculum. It looks at a revolution in youth communication; the implications of the revolution for education; multilliteracies –...Show More
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
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
Health Emergencies in the Classroom

Health Emergencies in the Classroom

Helping teachers and other school staff get prepared for responding to medical emergencies that can occur in classrooms.
OH&S in Schools

OH&S in Schools

OH&S is a critical topic that should be a part of every school's overall safety philosophy. This programme looks at the issues of OH&S specifically in the school environment, including classrooms, staff rooms, science labs and art rooms....Show More
No Bullying in Our Community: Home/School Partnership Strategies

No Bullying in Our Community: Home/School Partnership Strategies

Tackling Bullying Big Time Series

Bullying is complex, insidious and covert behaviour that is difficult for any child to deal with in isolation. Our drive and instinct as parents is to protect and support our child and equip them with skills to handle what life presents. The key...Show More
Not in Our School: Creating a Non-Bullying Culture

Not in Our School: Creating a Non-Bullying Culture

Bullying - it's a part of school life, but does it have to be? Preventing and responding to bullying is everyone's responsibility. Not in Our School looks at the whole school approach to bullying. This approach focuses on a school's formal...Show More
Tackling Bullying Behaviours: Non-Punitive Approaches

Tackling Bullying Behaviours: Non-Punitive Approaches

Tackling Bullying Big Time Series

Bullying is an age-old problem that has been addressed in various ways over the years. This programme considers non-punitive approaches. It is divided into four main sections: - No Blame Approach - Shared Concern Method - Restorative Justice -...Show More
Student-Centred Learning

Student-Centred Learning

Responsibility for learning now lies with students, who are central to their own learning process, not teachers as in the past. Student-centred learning focuses on how students learn, what they experience, what they bring to the classroom and how...Show More
The Thinking Curriculum

The Thinking Curriculum

Knowledge is a tradeable commodity and a driving force in global life. Modern learning is about using information to construct new understandings. Students need the ability to control knowledge - to access, organise, analyse, evaluate and use...Show More
Productive Pedagogies

Productive Pedagogies

This programme looks closely at "productive pedagogy", an educational model which is based on four premises: 1) Intellectual quality, 2) Connectedness, 3) Social support, and 4) Recognition of difference. Productive Pedagogies looks closely...Show More
Integrating ICT into the Curriculum

Integrating ICT into the Curriculum

The use of Information Communication Technology in schools is a major challenge. The task of successfully integrating ICT into the curriculum raises a number of questions. What is the role of this new tool? Does it actually enhance the...Show More