Translating existing lesson plans and classroom cultures in an online context presented a range of challenges and opportunities that can be harnessed in the transition back to on-site schooling. The following resources and professional learning offer educators a range of evidence-based strategies and practices to support the return to face-to-face teaching.
The Adolescent Learner
This interactive, self-paced resource explores how the adolescent learner absorbs information.
Behaviour Expectations for Remote Learning
Behaviour Expectations for Remote Learning provides advice and guidance on how to maintain continuity of learning by defining classroom behavioural expectations for remote curriculum delivery and online learning environments.
Learning from Home for Early Childhood Education and Care Services
A webinar series designed to extend your knowledge and understanding of best practice teaching and learning for children taking part in learning from home.
Learning from Home with Apple
Online one-to-one coaching sessions are available to help you hone your approach to remote teaching and learning with Apple.
Learning from Home with G Suite
Google for Education is a collection of webinars designed to equip you with the skills to use G Suite by Google. G Suite comprises a range of Google education tools.
Online Safety – Risk and Protective Factors
Online Safety – Risk and Protective Factors covers the latest online safety research, case studies and teaching strategies to help you integrate online safety into your teaching and student wellbeing programs.
Reflecting on our Landscape of Learning and Teaching
Reflect and learn from the remote and online learning experiences and reimagine a way forward.
Universal Design for Learning
This interactive, self-paced learning resource explores Universal Design for Learning (UDL) as a framework for working with students from all ages and backgrounds.
This 1-hour webinar will provide you with an opportunity to consolidate your knowledge of the WebEx Meetings video conferencing environment.
Inclusive Classrooms supports schools in building capability to implement inclusive practice by providing high quality professional learning.
Learning from Home – Supporting Students with Disabilities
Learning from Home – Supporting Students with Disabilities will enable you to confidently target your teaching practices to the learning needs of students with disabilities.
Statewide Vision Resource Centre
The Statewide Vision Resource Centre (SVRC) provides specialist teaching, professional learning, materials and technologies to support Victorian students who are blind or have low vision.
Victorian Deaf Education Institute
The Victorian Deaf Education Institute (VDEI) aims to improve the educational outcomes of Victorian students who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH).