What are the skills and tools to develop teaching practices enabling all students to make learning progress? This presentation will focus teacher questioning techniques within learning tasks. You will develop skills and knowledge that will allow the students in your classroom to be clear about what they must learn to make progress and how they can demonstrate how they have learnt it.
Leonie is an Educational Consultant in Instructional Leadership and Mathematics & Numeracy Education. She currently holds a Masters in Mathematics Education, based on research of the Skills and Knowledge for Mathematics Teacher Coaching. Leonie was a Principal in South Gippsland for 6 years and has worked as a Teacher/Principal Coach for 5 years. Leonie’s teaching background includes Senior Secondary (Mathematics/Physics), Primary and she has supported Pre-schools to implement challenging learning literacy/numeracy.
In 2010, Leonie was presented with the prestigious Lindsay Thompson Fellowship for her work in raising mathematics achievement for middle years students across a network of schools. The fellowship focussed on Instructional Leadership at the school, district and country levels in America, Scandinavia and the United Kingdom.
Leonie has presented at National and International conferences on Mathematics, Leadership and Thinking. Topics have included Professional Learning Teams, Questioning, Curriculum and Leadership practices.
|Session Code||Session Date||Session Start||Session Finish||Session Location||Places Remaining|
|A-1||06/12/2018||09:00 am||10:00 am||La Trobe University||
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