The High Impact Teaching Strategies (HITS) were developed by the Victorian DET and consist of 10 instructional practices that reliably increase student learning wherever they are applied. They are a resource for teachers, professional learning communities and school leaders to use in improving teaching and learning outcomes. This session will explore an approach that aims to maximize the value of the HITS’ implementation. We will look at key components of the ten individual HITS, and explore a research-based model of effective ‘feedback’ (one of the HITS), discovering how this strategy relates to the other HITS.
Who should attend: Foundation to Year 12
Presenter: David Cook
After thirty-six years in primary education, with experiences encompassing one and two teacher schools and large metropolitan schools. David was a principal for fifteen years before moving to the tertiary sector, lecturing in Mathematics Education and mentoring Pre-service Teachers. David continues to work in the areas of strategic planning and school improvement. He has undertaken research into networked learning, communities of practice, educational technology and mathematics education.
|Pricing||1 Day||2 Day|
|Member Cost (Inc GST)||$0|
|Non Member Cost (Inc GST)||$0|
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