This course provides insight and practical advice for all teachers interested in achieving accreditation with NESA (formerly BOSTES) at the Highly Accomplished or Lead level. Each aspect of the application process will be explored and unpacked in detail. Useful planning and tracking tools will be shared with participants in order to optimise the development and compilation of a successful submission.
Teachers looking for insight and practical advice on achieving accreditation with the NESA at the Highly Accomplished or Lead level.
This is the revised version of this course in line with the change from BOSTES to NESTA.
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This course contributes to 5.0 professional development hours.
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1 hour and 30 minutes
1. Detailed unpacking of the NESA Policy for Accreditation and Highly Accomplished and Lead Teacher.
2. Unpacking the elements of the accreditation submission
-Collecting, uploading and annotating documentary evidence
-Planning for the External Observation
1 hour and 30 minutes
3. Identifying opportunities to collect evidence of impact.
We encourage you to enrol in advance, as participants will be sent several documents to print and bring with them along on the day.
The documents can also be accessed under the ‘Resources’ section in your 'My Enrolments' tab, but only after the course date has past.
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Nadene is a passionate educator who has experience as a classroom teacher, Head Teacher, Highly Accomplished Teacher and Deputy Principal. She has worked as a curriculum writer and adviser for both the NSW Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES) and Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA). Nadene is accredited with BOSTES at Professional Leadership and received a Professional Teachers’ Council Outstanding Professional Service Award for her involvement with ACHPER NSW. She completed her Bachelor of Secondary Education (Human Movement & Health) at The University of Sydney and also has a Certificate IV in Assessment and Workplace Training with TAFE NSW.