6 Webinars to Enhance Your Teaching Career

April 2020 by Tradewind Australia

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Professional learning is at the heart of teacher practice, however, with large gatherings cancelled and restrictions in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19, Australian teachers will need to find alternatives to conferences and training events in order to continue their professional development in 2020. Webinars are an excellent learning resource, providing practical insights and training to improve your teaching delivery in a live forum.

This list of our favourite upcoming webinars for teachers will help you find, plan and prioritise learning while you’re at home.

Becoming Trauma Sensitive in the Classroom 

22 April 2020

Aiming to support teachers to understand and recognise trauma when interacting with their students, this webinar will help to reduce stress levels and support engagement and student learning outcomes. 

Leading and Inspiring Through Uncertain Times

28 April 2020

This webinar will teach Educators how to communicate effectively with students, colleagues and parent using their unique style in order to lead through times of uncertainty.

Working as a CRT in a Special School Setting

29 April 2020

This course aims to give you an insight into working in a special school setting, providing helpful teaching strategies for supporting students with complex physical, cognitive and learning needs.

Resources for Primary Numeracy

13 May 2020

In this session, the presenter, a Primary Maths specialist, will explore some resources that can help you incorporate numeracy development into your teaching.

Designing an Effective E-learning Course to Complement your Classroom Teaching

20 May 2020

This webinar will cover how to create an e-learning course, as well as provide strategies to make the content more interactive and engaging to the students and increase the effectiveness of the learning.

DET Practice Principles – Engaging with Families, the Community and Positioning Students as Global Citizens

29 June 2020

Designed to support Victorian teachers to improve student outcomes, this session explores ways in which students can act as Global Citizens and provides teaching approaches that are consistent with community engagement in learning.


Whether you’re in the classroom or teaching remotely, we hope this list helps you to continue developing the knowledge and skills you need to address students' learning challenges.

For more professional development support or to find out about the teaching jobs we have available, reach out to us today.