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November 18th 2013
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ACTF AEN Online Seminars

The ACTF Australian Education Network (AEN) represents all sectors of Australian education including primary, secondary, tertiary, professional teacher associations and cultural organisations.

The ACTF AEN provides a unique opportunity for educators at all levels and across a wide range of curriculum areas to support their colleagues in the implementation of the Australian Curriculum by sharing teaching knowledge, experience and strategies.

Upcoming ACTF AEN online seminars include:

  • The Australian Curriculum, Implementation and Supportive Resources, 3 March 2014
  • Short Film Making, Practical Tips for the Classroom, 7 April 2014
  • Professional Partnerships in the Classroom, 12 May 2014

To find out more about becoming an AEN member and taking part in our online seminars, please contact Maggie Garrard, Curriculum Manager and register your interest.

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