Well what a day. Saw some great art, and had a very relaxing day all round. Took comprehensive notes, and will copy and paste once we get home. Made a few pictures, but, all in all just soaked up the art. it was fun and some team building did occur. It would be great to do something similar at some point, in the not too distant future, let's hope the others feel the same! [Posted with iBlogger from my iPhone]
As part the VIT registration process, we are required to fulfill a minimum requirement of hours of PD here's their wordy statement.From their VIT website:-The Standards Framework The standards of professional practice for full registration for teachers in Victoria were approved by the then Minister for Education and Training, Lynne Kosky in November 2003. The standards, which describe the characteristics of effective teaching and establish the essential components of teachers' knowledge and practice, were developed by teachers, for teachers. Here's my list to date for 2008Regular visits to the NGVapproximately 16 hoursRegular visits to MGA approximately 8 hoursLes Walkling Inservice 3 hrs.Ian Lobb Inservice 3 hrs.Bendigo Gallery of Art Tour and Talk - 8 hrs.Self taught software, Aperture, Lightroom, Blender, iGTD, 50 hours.Other activities for the college I've participated in up to this point in 2008.Participate in PIC Photographic Imaging College Staff MeetingsMinut…
It would appear I have not kept such good records this year of my Proffesional Development? I have been using my VIT page more I feel. Anyways, I have done a couple of PD online sessions as well as attending a VDC training day.One online training session for DEAT, OH&S, [2 hours]Two days of a TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment in house at NCAT [12 hours]One day of trainging on mental health awareness, Science of Mental Health, by Dr. Maria Roberto, looking at how menalt health develops and developing strategies for helping young people cope. [6 hours]As for creative work I have had work in 2 group shows, both in South Australia. These kept me quite busy this year. [120 hours]
Also the annual 1/2 day VTAC training and I guess that covers me for 2016. [4 hours]Not sure of actual hours though?