In-school In-servicing

Syba Academy provides a range of full day or half day in-school professional learning opportunities, customised to your school's individual learning needs.

All of the professional learning programs we offer programs are accredited with the NSW Institute of Teachers allowing your teachers to have their professional learning hours counted towards the maintenance of teacher accreditation at Proficient Teacher level. Many of our courses are also accredited with Teacher Quality Institute ACT at the Graduate, Proficient, Highly Accomplished and Lead Teacher Levels.

If you are looking for courses suitable for in-school in-servicing keep an eye out for the pink icon on the cover of the flyers in our general course list or contact us for more information.

Seminars or workshops suitable for in-school in-servicing can also be used for your next Principal, Teacher or Teacher Librarian Professional Learning Day. See below for a list of our upcoming partnerships. Please contact us if you are interested in partnering with us on your next professional learning day.


Upcoming Partnerships

Designing a Digital Citizenship Program for your School | ADELAIDE (Workshop)

08-May-2017
328.90

Details

A one day workshop facilitated by Lyn Hay.
Date: Monday 8th May, 2017
Time: 9.00am - 3.30pm
Location: ADELAIDE
Registration Fee: $299.00 ($328.90 incl GST)
Course code: SYBDCC004
Accreditation: BOSTES/QTC NSW to AITSL National Teaching Standards (see below for details for other states)

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A one-day workshop with Lyn Hay exploring ways teachers can integrate digital citizenship knowledge and skills across learning areas of the Australian Curriculum to meet the specific needs of their school community.

This workshop is designed to provide teachers, teacher librarians, curriculum and e-learning coordinators with an opportunity to interrogate the Australian Curriculum for digital citizenship knowledge and skills outcomes across learning areas and general capabilities for each year level.

Participants will be introduced to the breadth of these understandings and skills using Ribble’s (2011) nine elements. These include: digital access, digital commerce, digital communication, digital literacy, digital etiquette, digital law, digital rights and responsibilities, digital health and wellness, and digital security.

It is expected that participants undertake an audit of Australian Curriculum for digital citizenship knowledge and skills in either one learning area across year levels, or across a number of learning areas for one year level, as part of the hands-on component of the workshop.

School teams of 2-5 participants are encouraged to enrol as their school’s Digital Citizenship Working Party. This can lead to a school planning and implementing a school based program to effectively address their community’s digital citizenship issues and challenges.

Upon completion of this seminar, it is expected that participants will be able to:

  • Define digital citizenship;
  • Devise an analytical framework using the nine elements of digital citizenship to evaluate their school context;
  • Identify a range of digital citizenship issues and challenges; and
  • Analyse the Australian Curriculum for digital citizenship knowledge and skill-based outcomes within learning areas and across year levels; and
  • Identify strategies for teaching digital citizenship knowledge and skills to students.

Further Studies:

Upon completion of this workshop participants can gain credit for 10 additional hours of QTC Registered PD when enrolling in Syba Academy’s Digital Citizenship CLiP program (SYBDCC005). Completion of SYBDCC005 also qualifies participants to enrol in Syba Academy’s online extension course, Digital Citizenship: Advanced Skills & Leadership (SYBDCC003).


Accreditation:

For Proficient Teachers



Completing the series of three School Libraries 101 workshops will contribute 5 hours of QTC Registered PD addressing 2.6.2, 3.3.2, 3.4.2, 3.7.2, 4.4.2, 4.5.2, 6.2.2, 7.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

For your convenience this course is aligned to AITSL National Standards for Teachers and meets the requirements for Teacher identified Professional Learning in the following states as outlined below:

  • Victorian Institute of Teaching’s Professional Development (PD) for teacher registration and renewal purposes,
  • Teacher Registration Board of WA Professional Development (PD) for teacher registration and renewal purposes,
  • Teacher Registration Board of SA Professional Development (PD) for teacher registration and renewal purposes,
  • Teacher Quality Institute ACT(TQI) teacher identified Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for registered teachers
  • Queensland College of Teachers’ (QCT) teacher identified Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for registered teachers

Designing a Digital Citizenship Program for your School | PERTH (Workshop)

10-May-2017
328.90 218.90

Details

A one day workshop facilitated by Lyn Hay.
Date: Wednesday 10th May 2017
Time: 9.00am - 3.30pm
Location: PERTH, WA
Course code: SYBDCC004
Accreditation: BOSTES/QTC NSW to AITSL National Teaching Standards (see below for details for other states)

Registration Fee: $299.00 ($328.90 GST incl) Non Members
$199.00 ($218.90 GST incl) AISWA Libraries Inc. Members

Seminar Partner:

A one-day workshop with Lyn Hay exploring ways teachers can integrate digital citizenship knowledge and skills across learning areas of the Australian Curriculum to meet the specific needs of their school community.

This workshop is designed to provide teachers, teacher librarians, curriculum and e-learning coordinators with an opportunity to interrogate the Australian Curriculum for digital citizenship knowledge and skills outcomes across learning areas and general capabilities for each year level.

Participants will be introduced to the breadth of these understandings and skills using Ribble’s (2011) nine elements. These include: digital access, digital commerce, digital communication, digital literacy, digital etiquette, digital law, digital rights and responsibilities, digital health and wellness, and digital security.

It is expected that participants undertake an audit of Australian Curriculum for digital citizenship knowledge and skills in either one learning area across year levels, or across a number of learning areas for one year level, as part of the hands-on component of the workshop.

School teams of 2-5 participants are encouraged to enrol as their school’s Digital Citizenship Working Party. This can lead to a school planning and implementing a school based program to effectively address their community’s digital citizenship issues and challenges.

Upon completion of this seminar, it is expected that participants will be able to:

  • Define digital citizenship;
  • Devise an analytical framework using the nine elements of digital citizenship to evaluate their school context;
  • Identify a range of digital citizenship issues and challenges; and
  • Analyse the Australian Curriculum for digital citizenship knowledge and skill-based outcomes within learning areas and across year levels; and
  • Identify strategies for teaching digital citizenship knowledge and skills to students.

Further Studies:

Upon completion of this workshop participants can gain credit for 10 additional hours of QTC Registered PD when enrolling in Syba Academy’s Digital Citizenship CLiP program (SYBDCC005). Completion of SYBDCC005 also qualifies participants to enrol in Syba Academy’s online extension course, Digital Citizenship: Advanced Skills & Leadership (SYBDCC003).


Accreditation:

For Proficient Teachers



Completing the series of three School Libraries 101 workshops will contribute 5 hours of QTC Registered PD addressing 2.6.2, 3.3.2, 3.4.2, 3.7.2, 4.4.2, 4.5.2, 6.2.2, 7.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

For your convenience this course is aligned to AITSL National Standards for Teachers and meets the requirements for Teacher identified Professional Learning in the following states as outlined below:

  • Victorian Institute of Teaching’s Professional Development (PD) for teacher registration and renewal purposes,
  • Teacher Registration Board of WA Professional Development (PD) for teacher registration and renewal purposes,
  • Teacher Registration Board of SA Professional Development (PD) for teacher registration and renewal purposes,
  • Teacher Quality Institute ACT(TQI) teacher identified Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for registered teachers
  • Queensland College of Teachers’ (QCT) teacher identified Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for registered teachers

Designing a Digital Citizenship Program for your School | GERALDTON (Workshop)

12-May-2017
328.90 218.90

Details

A one day workshop facilitated by Lyn Hay.
Date: Friday 12th May 2017
Time: 9.00am - 3.30pm
Location: GERALDTON, WA
Course code: SYBDCC004
Accreditation: BOSTES/QTC NSW to AITSL National Teaching Standards (see below for details for other states)

Registration Fee: $299.00 ($328.90 GST incl) Non Members
$199.00 ($218.90 GST incl) AISWA Libraries Inc. Members

Seminar Partner:

A one-day workshop with Lyn Hay exploring ways teachers can integrate digital citizenship knowledge and skills across learning areas of the Australian Curriculum to meet the specific needs of their school community.

This workshop is designed to provide teachers, teacher librarians, curriculum and e-learning coordinators with an opportunity to interrogate the Australian Curriculum for digital citizenship knowledge and skills outcomes across learning areas and general capabilities for each year level.

Participants will be introduced to the breadth of these understandings and skills using Ribble’s (2011) nine elements. These include: digital access, digital commerce, digital communication, digital literacy, digital etiquette, digital law, digital rights and responsibilities, digital health and wellness, and digital security.

It is expected that participants undertake an audit of Australian Curriculum for digital citizenship knowledge and skills in either one learning area across year levels, or across a number of learning areas for one year level, as part of the hands-on component of the workshop.

School teams of 2-5 participants are encouraged to enrol as their school’s Digital Citizenship Working Party. This can lead to a school planning and implementing a school based program to effectively address their community’s digital citizenship issues and challenges.

Upon completion of this seminar, it is expected that participants will be able to:

  • Define digital citizenship;
  • Devise an analytical framework using the nine elements of digital citizenship to evaluate their school context;
  • Identify a range of digital citizenship issues and challenges; and
  • Analyse the Australian Curriculum for digital citizenship knowledge and skill-based outcomes within learning areas and across year levels; and
  • Identify strategies for teaching digital citizenship knowledge and skills to students.

Further Studies:

Upon completion of this workshop participants can gain credit for 10 additional hours of QTC Registered PD when enrolling in Syba Academy’s Digital Citizenship CLiP program (SYBDCC005). Completion of SYBDCC005 also qualifies participants to enrol in Syba Academy’s online extension course, Digital Citizenship: Advanced Skills & Leadership (SYBDCC003).


Accreditation:

For Proficient Teachers



Completing the series of three School Libraries 101 workshops will contribute 5 hours of QTC Registered PD addressing 2.6.2, 3.3.2, 3.4.2, 3.7.2, 4.4.2, 4.5.2, 6.2.2, 7.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

For your convenience this course is aligned to AITSL National Standards for Teachers and meets the requirements for Teacher identified Professional Learning in the following states as outlined below:

  • Victorian Institute of Teaching’s Professional Development (PD) for teacher registration and renewal purposes,
  • Teacher Registration Board of WA Professional Development (PD) for teacher registration and renewal purposes,
  • Teacher Registration Board of SA Professional Development (PD) for teacher registration and renewal purposes,
  • Teacher Quality Institute ACT(TQI) teacher identified Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for registered teachers
  • Queensland College of Teachers’ (QCT) teacher identified Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for registered teachers