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The Spotlight: Developing a Professional Learning model that works

School leaders, what is your professional learning plan this year? Having worked with many schools to support change in literacy practices, we wanted to share some of our learnings about how to make professional learning most effective to support you making changes in your school practice. We have some ideas that might just help 2024 be a winning professional learning year for you!

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Vale Dr Donald Gillies

Don Gillies, a valued member of the SPELD NSW Board from 2009 to 2019, died on January 7. In 2021 he was conferred Life Membership for his substantial contributions to our work particularly in writing submissions and attending consultation meetings with the Department of Education. Don felt the plight of juvenile offenders who often have

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Donate to support the work of SPELD NSW

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The Spotlight: Developing a Professional Learning model that works

School leaders, what is your professional learning plan this year? Having worked with many schools to support change in literacy practices, we wanted to share some of our learnings about how to make professional learning most effective to support you making changes in your school practice. We have some ideas that might just help 2024 be a winning professional learning year for you!

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