Combating Cyberbullying
Eliza FeinerSam O

Combating Cyberbullying

Technology provides teachers and students with many resources and useful information. However it does open up students to cyberbullying. Cyberbullying and cybersafety is an ever increasingly prevalent issue that occurs both at school and in the home.

This course will be broken into the following sections

  • Cyberbullying basics
  • Signs that a child is being cyberbullied
  • What to do if you suspect a child is being cyberbullied
  • What schools can do to help combat cyberbullying
  • Preventing cyberbullying through education
  • Reducing impact of cyberbullying at home

This course also contains bonus information including: 

3 downloadable lesson plans on cyberbullying with relevant worksheets.

Upon purchase of this course, access is granted for a period of 4 months (120 days) unless otherwise specified.

Positive Student Profiles

Positive Student Profiles

In this course we cover the basics of positive student profiles, the development process and we work through examples of how to implement the findings into an individual learning plan.

This course covers the following AITSL standards: 1.6, 3.7, 4.1, 6.2, 6.4

This course is the equivalent to 1 hour professional development

The topics that will be covered throughout this course:

  • What is a positive student profile?
  • Why are positive student profile’s good?
  • When to implement it?
  • Building a positive student profile, speaking with students
  • The basics of individual learning plans
  • Incorporating a positive student profile into individual learning plans
  • Using a positive student profile in conjunction with specialist reports
  • Positive student profile example and breakdown
Upon purchase of this course, access is granted for a period of 4 months (120 days) unless otherwise specified.

Understanding Literacy

Understanding Literacy

This course is designed to develop your understanding of literacy, it looks at key theories, typical development and what it all means for your teaching practices.

  • Key literacy theories
    • Simple View of Reading
    • Scarborough’s Reading Rope
    • 5 Pillars of Reading
  • Typical Development
  • Impacts on Typical Development
  • What does this mean for your teaching practice?
Upon purchase of this course, access is granted for a period of 4 months (120 days) unless otherwise specified.

Writing an Individual Learning Plan (ILP)

Writing an Individual Learning Plan (ILP)

The focus of this course is to help develop the knowledge and skills to create a successful Individual Learning Plan.

  • What is an ILP?
  • Essential elements of successful ILPs
  • Deciding whether a student requires an ILP
  • Creating an ILP – Case Study
Upon purchase of this course, access is granted for a period of 4 months (120 days) unless otherwise specified.

Teaching Students with Additional Learning Needs

Teaching Students with Additional Learning Needs

The focus of this module is to help develop the knowledge and strategies necessary to successfully manage students with additional learning needs.

This course will be broken into the following sections:

  • What are additional learning needs?
  • Getting to know your students
  • Understanding your students needs
  • Implementing strategies
  • Reflective practice
  • Summary
Upon purchase of this course, access is granted for a period of 4 months (120 days) unless otherwise specified.

Teachers Test Course 1

Teachers Test Course 1

This is a moodle test course for the teachers section