Articles on promoting student engagement, a simple guide to planning and programming, some approaches to the new History 7–10 syllabus and a short video suggesting how Shakespeare might be introduced to the classroom feature in the latest edition of the Journal of Professional Learning (JPL).
Further articles provide a comprehensive multi-media resource to break down the resistance of reluctant readers, an analysis of what we might really learn from My School and a profound Message to the Profession from Dr Paul Brock.
The JPL is provided to members to support their professional practice and thinking. Reading the JPL can also be counted towards the self-identified hours required for accreditation and maintenance of accreditation with the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards.
The JPL is designed to complement the role of the union’s highly-regarded Centre for Professional Learning (CPL), which successfully provides courses for thousands of union members across NSW.
The journal now has an extensive online share facility for each of the articles so members can distribute any or all of the articles across the profession and with the public.
The JPL has been sent directly via email to all union members and can also be accessed here.