Level 3 Classroom teachers typically lead the way in evidence-based teaching practice. If you are interested in learning more about current well-designed, multi-centre educational trials a good place to start is viewing research reports by the Education Endowment Foundation, which has previously been featured in a L3CTA workshop. Visit https://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/. Do you have an idea […]
Congratulations to us all – we’ve made it to the end of term 1! Renewals It’s renewal time – many thanks to those who’ve already visited the website and followed the easy steps to join or renew membership https://www.l3cta.org.au/wp/how-to-join-or-renew-membership. Our Role Great discussion at our recent workshop – do check the blog if you couldn’t […]
Many thanks to Natalie Blewitt and all those who braved a wet Saturday morning for our Term 1 Workshop. Natalie led discussion on the L3CT role, emphasising the importance of L3CTs negotiating meaningful and achievable goals within their schools. Natalie also overviewed an industrial perspective on the L3CT role in relation to the EBA, discussions […]
It’s always great to hear of ways that L3CTA members are leading innovative projects in schools. Drew Mayhills has been asked to give the keynote presentation at the forthcoming DAYTiME 2017 Music Technology Conference. He’s also recently published a paper about his development of an electronic music production course for Shenton College students (Leading STEAM […]
Our first committee meeting for 2017 has been held on Saturday 18 March 2017.