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Good morning, everyone! Last week of Term 1, that definitely has gone by too quickly.

Just taking a simple poll from our members: What will you be interested to do more in the PD workshop next term?

If you choose Other, share your ideas with me on the comment section
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Dear community members,

Performance and Development Workshops will be rolled out for School Executive Teams Week 5 of Term 2.

Please share your thoughts, suggestions and feedback by commenting on this post.

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Have you registered for the 2017 Google for Education Summit?
The summit will be held over 2 days (April 10 and 11) at Erindale College and is TQI accredited for 10 hours.

Enjoy two days of inspiring keynote speakers, empowering hands-on breakout sessions, and fun activities including a high-energy demo slam. Choose from compelling sessions about all the Google Apps in the G Suite for Education (Drive, Docs, Slides, Sheets, Drawings, YouTube, Classroom, Maps and more) as well as sessions that go beyond the tools that feature cutting edge best practices in educational technology and great teaching!

Registrations close soon to ensure you don’t miss out go to Schedule of sessions can also be found in this link.

Thanks to everyone who responded to the PD Engagement Survey. We have over 200 responses so far and we're hoping to target at least 10% participation.

The survey closes on 31 March 2017 and I would like to ask for your help to encourage all of our teaching staff to participate!

Welcome to new members of the community! My apologies for not posting on the site for the last couple of days.

We are planning a PD workshop for school leaders in Term 2 and I would love to hear your thoughts, ideas and suggestions for the workshop!

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Happy Monday, community! Here's a funny and thought provoking TED talk about the happy secret to better work.

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My takeaway: Integrating ACTPS values and behaviour when providing and receiving feedback.

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Good Monday morning to all community members! I hope you all had a lovely weekend. As at today, we have 110 responses to the PD Engagement Survey. Thank you so much for participating and taking the time to answer the survey! Please help spread the word and encourage our teachers, school leaders and principals to share their thoughts.

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Interesting and challenging ideas about teacher feedback from Bill Gates!

"Until recently, many teachers only got one word of feedback a year: 'satisfactory.' And with no feedback, no coaching, there's just no way to improve. Bill Gates suggests that even great teachers can get better with smart feedback — and lays out a program from his foundation to bring it to every classroom."

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