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2022 Corwin Calender

At a Corwin event, expect a quality professional learning and development experience and tools that you can bring back to your school. You’ll meet fellow educators who share your concerns, passion, and commitment to improving teaching and learning. You’ll exchange ideas with the top experts in the field. No matter what event you choose to attend, you’ll walk away with new strategies, ideas, and a larger network of like-minded individuals.


Term 3 and 4 events


Math and Lit taster

Corwin Free 60 Minute Taster
Mathematics & Literacy: Intentionally Aligning

Date: October 24, 2022 – Full Day
Time: 3.30-4.30PM WA | 4.00-5.00PM AEDT
Speaker: Shane Crawford, Professional Learning Engagement Specialist, Corwin


How do you know if you are causing student progress in literacy and mathematics?

You have heard all this great advice about knowing your impact, but how are you actually going to do that in schools?

Join us to be clearer about aligned strategies and practices to REALLY know your impact and cause progress.

Who is this session for ?
All educators, leaders and teachers, seeking to cause significant growth in their mathematics and literacy student progress.

We support and empower school leaders and teachers to improve student learning by focusing on impact.  

During this seminar we will explore:

  • tools and strategies to know your impact by identifying where students are in their mathematics and literacy learning, what they need to learn next and track long term impact.
  • causing progress by choosing the right strategy for the right type of learning to meet students at their point of need and know if it actually works.
  • professional learning opportunities that target educator practices in literacy and mathematics.



Coaching for Learning Impact

Coaching for Learning Impact

Dates: 4 sessions – 13 October, 27 October, 10 November, 24 November 2022
Time: 1pm – 4pm AEDT 
Speakers: Sam Rodgers


Back by popular demand! Whether you are chatting with a colleague in the staffroom, contributing to a meeting discussion or conversing 1:1 with a teaching partner, coaching is about connecting with people, inspiring them to do their best, and helping them to grow. It is rooted in relationships and a belief that effective coaching conversations can magnify and multiply effective teaching and learning.  

This intensive Coaching for Learning Impact course  is specifically designed to help you skillfully coach those you lead in the moment as a daily, informal action and as a way of ‘being’ with each other. Focused on effective coaching conversations, this course is designed around 4 big ideas, a coaching framework, and core skills.

This course has been deliberately designed to promote hybrid, job-embedded learning through a combination of virtual master classes and self-paced online learning.  Be part of highly engaging and practical 4 x 3hr virtual master classes facilitated by expert trainers. In between each master class, trial what you have learnt as you support the learning of others in your context. Be supported by your master class colleagues as you share, reflect, problem solve and collaborate in the online space in between the master classes.

Expect high engagement, challenge and lots of fun as you change the impact of your conversations on teaching and learning. 

Leave this session with:

  • A toolkit of practical strategies to be more curious and ‘coach like’ in your daily interactions to support moving learning forward,
  • Specific coaching skills to draw on as you support those you lead,
  • Inspiration to implement what you have been learning immediately into your practice, and
  • Ideas for promoting a culture that focuses on growth and learning impact for all learners



How Learning Works

How Learning Works

Date: October 27, 2022 – Half Day
Time: 9am – 1pm AEDT 
Speakers: Nancy Frey & Shane Crawford 


How do students learn and how can we leverage this knowledge into great learning, through the design of our classrooms, learning experiences, and tasks?

The content, skills, and understandings students need to learn today are as diverse, complex, and multidimensional as the students in our classrooms. How can educators best create the learning experiences students need to truly learn?

Join us to look at  an easily accessible process for translating research about how learning works into classroom practices that enhance and accelerate your students’ learning. 

Furthermore, dig deeper into the promising principles and practices that provide a starting point for building the capacity in learners to see themselves as their own teachers. 

Leave this session with:

  • A deeper understanding of how the learning brain works and how this translates into potential for enhancing and accelerating learning in our schools and classrooms,
  • Insights into aligning these findings with what learning means in our own school or classroom,
  • Ideas for helping students understand how the brain works and the role of explicitly teaching them strategies to allow them to take ownership of their own learning, and
  • Practical strategies for integrating these findings into specific learning experiences that enhance and accelerate student learning.


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