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Classroom tips for early career teachers 2023115F is a Course

Classroom tips for early career teachers 2023115F

May 2, 2023 - Dec 31, 2023

$740 Enrol

Full course description

Date and time 

Tuesday 2 May 2023, 9.30 am to 3.30 pm 

Delivery mode 

In person at ISV, 40 Rosslyn St, West Melbourne 


Early Career Teacher 


Participation in this full-day face-to-face seminar will enhance early career teachers’ pedagogical knowledge and toolkit so they walk away with a variety of resources and techniques at their fingertips, including how to implement inquiry-based learning. 

Participants will have opportunities to consider how to overcome some of the challenges they have encountered early in their career while learning how to create positive, collaborative, and engaging learning environments for their students. 

Questioning, feedback, and the effective use of data are just some of the key strategies covered, together with the implementation of approaches to ensure the learning needs of all students are prioritised. 

The first two or three years of teaching can be the most fulfilling and rewarding, but they can also be the most overwhelming. This seminar is an extension of the Beginning Teachers program and is designed to continue to support teachers in their first few years of teaching to give them every opportunity to develop their classroom practice further and thrive in the profession.

Key takeaways  

  • tips and strategies from experienced educators that can help improve student outcomes
  • an understanding of innovative and engaging pedagogical approaches such as inquiry-based learning
  • classroom management strategies
  • approaches to differentiation so the learning needs of all students can be catered for.


Presenter information  

Julie Baud

Julie Baud is a Principal Consultant and member of the School Improvement Team at Independent Schools Victoria. With over 30 years’ experience in independent school education in Victoria, South Australia, the ACT and the United Kingdom, she has held a number of senior leadership roles with responsibility for teaching and learning, curriculum, wellbeing and behaviour management, including Principal, Deputy Principal, Assistant Principal and Head of School. As an experienced leader, Julie has worked in very diverse settings, including boarding and residential in both regional and metropolitan areas, and has led and implemented significant change within both existing and new schools.


David Burton  

David Burton is a Principal Consultant and member of the School Improvement Team here at ISV. David has held school leadership roles here in Victoria and overseas. David has particular expertise with the International Baccalaureate programs, having served as an IB programme coordinator at the International School of Paris and the Australian International School in Singapore. David has been a regular IB conference presenter and workshop leader over the last ten years and has led professional learning with schools and teachers across Australia and New Zealand as well as throughout Asia, Europe and Africa. David has a background in teacher coaching and professional learning, curriculum development and innovation. Currently studying a PhD through RMIT University on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on teacher learning, David has also been ISV’s project lead for isComply.


Link(s) to relevant VRQA Standards 

  • Curriculum and Student Learning – Curriculum framework
  • Curriculum and Student Learning – Student learning outcomes