NESA and TQI Accredited Programs for teachers Australia-wide
Mindz has three different accredited programs to help teachers use the science of learning to assist their students. Click HERE for a short 51sec video.
A half-day NESA Accredited Professional Development course entitled ‘Understanding the Learning Brain’. This course is for whole-staff or large group PD at your school with up to 80 teachers. Every teacher obtains 2.5 hours PD accreditation.
Facilitator: Phil Dye
Electroencephalograph (EEG) use
The EEG is a completely safe tool used to look inside a person’s brain. It is non-invasive and only reads signals emitted from the brain. It’s an incredibly useful tool for understanding the best brain state for learning. Up to 12 teachers will get to demonstrate using an EEG to see the learning brain state in action.
It’s also for teachers interested in using the EEG to assist students with anxiety or stress induced ADHD.
The school-based course will contribute 2 hours and 30 minutes of NESA Registered PD addressing 3.2.2, 3.4.2 and 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation. Teachers from outside NSW or the ACT can receive their PD hours as ‘self-selected’ training. With a break, the course will run for 3 hours. The course can be delivered to up to 80 staff members yet only 8-12 teacher ‘demonstrators’ will get to use the equipment during the presentation. A link to information, research and teacher tips is provided to all participants after the session.
A full day course with workshops contributing 5 hours of teacher PD. At your school with up to 80 teachers. TQI Accredited.
This includes ‘Understanding the Learning Brain’ yet with an extra 2.5 hours dedicated to small group workshops where teachers can:
→ Use the EEGs to see their brain state
→ Practice fitting the headset
→ Look at simple activities a teacher can use pre-lesson to increase learning.
→ Discuss whole-school initiatives to create the learning brain.
→ See how EEG technology can assist students with disabilities
Facilitator: Phil Dye
Included is the research on mobile phone and device use by students, reversing the lunch-play order and how to use pre-lesson repetitive exercise to maximize student learning.
Individual or small group guidance for teachers of specific students or groups of students.
Some students or groups will need specific guidance from their teacher when it comes to EEG use. The EEGs can be used to help quadriplegic students write using blinks or small head movements. Schools who have students with special needs should talk with us first so the correct equipment can be brought along on the day.
An ‘Understanding the Learning Brain’ evening open course giving 2.5 hours teachers’ PD. – Sydney Only – limit of 10 teachers per course. TQI and NESA Accredited
This runs on the first Tuesday of every month between 7-9.30pm at The Oxford Hotel in Drummoyne. It’s open to teachers from proficient level and contributes 2.5 hours PD addressing points 3.2.2, 3.4.2 and 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers. It’s fun, educational and practical. Includes EEG use, notes, pizza and a drink.
⇒ $85 per individual
⇒ $450 for a 6-teacher group booking
⇒ $720 for a 10 teacher group booking
COVID-19 precautions will apply. Click HERE to make a booking.
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