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Students, nominated staff and parents can access additional project activities at any time with internet access via www.elearn.eq.edu.au . Involvement in these additional activities is not compulsory, but is highly recommended as they help your students get even more out of the course. Some schools devote class time to the eLearn activities. Some schools create a project club before school or at lunchtime and encourage the students to access the internet and complete the activities. Some schools ask each student to access the activities at home with parent support (if internet access is available). Schools must provide a Web Conference Supervisor – class teacher, librarian, coach, STLaN, HOC, Principal, Teacher-Aide etc. The Web Conference Supervisor must be supportive of the program, keen to develop their skills and be capable of managing the behavior of the group. We request that your Web Conference Supervisor logs in to the session to support the students and online teacher. Your Web Conference Supervisor will develop their knowledge and skills and is welcome to engage in co-teaching with our online teacher. This is an excellent opportunity to build staff capability at your school. You can appoint one person to this role or share the opportunity amongst a small number of staff across the round or the year. Your school also needs to appoint a Project Coordinator. Your coordinator organises your school’s participation. The coordinator leads student selection; nominates your preferred lesson times; and provides our team with student and staff details. Your Project Coordinator and Web Conference Supervisor can be the same person if required.
‘ The IMPACT Centre is University of Queensland’s largest community partner in terms of scale. The IMPACT Centre plays a critical role in the social inclusion agenda of the University through their on- campus workshops and online interviews with our academics and researchers. The centre is a core enabler of our mission “to positively influence society”. In addition, the IMPACT Centre has developed a pedagogical approach that takes training in critical thinking for school students to a new level of rigour. concepts associated with deductive and inductive forms of reasoning at a surprisingly young age and to transfer those skills to tasks across the curriculum.’ Associate Professor Deborah Brown University of Queensland Students learn to explicitly articulate complex
1 - Web Conference Supervisor
2 - Project Coordinator
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