Teacher in Residence with Mark Miller - 21st Century Teaching & Learning

Central Institute of Technology

Event outline

Mark A. Miller BA, MA, a specialist in melding Differentiated Instruction and Technology, has over 17 years experiecnes working with at-risk students and creating an environment where they can succeed. Currently, he teaches the Differentiated Instruction Course for Tyndale University in Toronto, and has co-chaired the Differentiated Instruction PD programs in the Peel District School Board in Canada.

It is with great excitement that the Centre for Training Excellence announces Mark Miller - the Centre's Teacher in Residence in 2014, will be in Perth to facilitate a series of workshops around the following themes:

  • Assessment for Learning and Formative Feedback
  • Integration of Instruction and Technology
  • Working with Students at Risk

This exciting program will kick start with a free Welcome Morning Tea on 10.30am Monday 4th August at the Central Institute of Technology where you will meet Mark Miller and hear more about what is on offer with this program.

Mini Workshops focusing on the above themes are developed as contained conversations. Each workshop is a stand-alone experience and you can choose to attend one, a few or all sessions. The more you attend, the more robust your understanding of the concept and practical applications will be.

Assessment for Learning Workshops

Integration of Instruction and Technology Workshops

Working with Students at Risk Workshops

Dates: 4 – 22 August 2014
Cost: $165 (GST free) per workshop

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For more information please contact us on –
T: 9427 1555
E: trainingexcellence@central.wa.edu.au

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Provider information

Central offers around 400 nationally accredited training courses across a wide variety of training areas and is the primary deliverer of higher-level technical and professional qualifications within the State.