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Sustainability Resource Launch

August 4 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Cross-curriculum priorities are an essential component of delivering the Australian Curriculum.

This resource will assist ALL teachers in their ability to fulfill Australian curriculum requirements across all subject areas and year levels. 

Attendance at this resource launch is a MUST for all teachers who are seeking to improve their teaching practice.

The CSA God’s Big Story project has been developed to equip teachers in our schools to illuminate God’s Big Story (i.e. the story of love and care of our world), through the Australian Curriculum. We have been working through the KLA’s and, in 2019, also partnered with Australians Together to develop a response to the Cross Curriculum Priority of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures. This year, CSA has, once again, partnered with Christian Heritage College to develop a response to the very pertinent priority of Sustainability.

Join us on 4 August to hear our speakers unwrap the Christian Schools Australia, God’s Big Story, Sustainability Resource.

This Zoom event has been designed against AITSL standards 6 & 7 and you may use the 1.5 hours for your self-accredited hours

 

Event recording

The most value will come from participating and joining in the live event, interactions and discussion.

However, be assured that all registrants of the Sustainability CCP Resource Launch event will have access to post-event material, including session notes, meeting chat and recorded zoom session and will still be an excellent way to ensure you stay upskilled in terms of Sustainability and the curriculum.

So, go ahead register and to ensure access to some excellent resources!

REGISTER

This is a free event for staff from CSA Member Schools
Non-member schools: $30 +GST

Speakers

Richard Leo | Lecturer – Education | Christian Heritage College

BA, DipEd, MA (Hist), MEd

Richard Leo has taught a range of subjects in the humanities, including history, in South Australia and Queensland. Before moving into teacher education he was Head of Humanities at Nambour Christian College. Currently, he lectures in Education and History at CHC Higher Education in Brisbane, Queensland. He recently contributed the chapter on the history of environmental movements for use in schools to the textbook Senior Modern History for Queensland (2019) published by Cambridge University Press.

 

 

 

Dr. Craig Murison | Vice President Academic and Dean of Education and Business | Christian Heritage College

D Prof St, MLM, BEd (Dist), Dip Teach, Adv Dip C Min & Bib St

Dr Craig Murison is the Vice President Academic and  Dean of Education and Business at Christian Heritage College (CHC), Brisbane. Craig was Founding Principal of Mackay Christian College serving as Principal for 33 years. Craig maintains a focus on creating a true learning community, providing quality education in a caring, values rich environment. He aligns his personal values of care for others, humility and courage with his organisational values of investing in people, innovation and integrity. Craig openly acknowledges that any wisdom he has gleaned over the years has largely come through mistakes he has made. Craig is passionate about helping teachers to teach Christianly, to build their spiritual formation as an integral part of their work as teachers, and to grow in understanding of how to reveal God through the curriculum.

 

 

 


Host

Cass Pendlebury | Christian Schools Australia

BA, DipEd, MLMEd

Cass Pendlebury is responsible for supporting over 40 schools in NSW and the ACT. Her national portfolio is Curriculum and she has been an integral part of the CSA God’s Big Story curriculum framework and its development over the past 5 years. Cass is passionate about developing and supporting leaders and teachers in Christian Education and has recently commenced a PhD in Spiritual Well-being and Leadership.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Project Sponsor

 

At Paynter Dixon, we believe that environmental sustainability is more than just facilities and services. It starts with the right approach to sustainability and involves all stakeholders. And, there is no more important stakeholder group than the students who will inherit the decisions made today.

 

Project Partner

 

CHC strives to be a leader in distinctively Christian higher education. Christian Heritage College’s mission statement reflects our desire to develop qualified professionals who seek a solid Christian foundation for their life and work.

 

 

 


Date: 4 August 2020
Time: 4pm to 5:30pm AEST
Venue: via Zoom

This is a free event for staff from CSA Member Schools
Non-member schools: $30 +GST

REGISTER NOW

 

Venue

via Zoom Meeting

Organiser

Christian Schools Australia
Phone:
1300 321 272
Email:
events@csa.edu.au
Website:
https://www.csa.edu.au/
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