Collaborating for student success involves the whole school and requires building the expertise of everyone.
- Department of Education and Training, Victoria 2019 p.1
Effective Teacher Aide Practices for Schools (eTAPS) is a four-part professional learning program, exclusive to school members. eTAPS builds the expertise of support staff through effective practices that lead to improved collaboration and positive student outcomes.
eTAPS online resources are practical, easy to use, and come with a step-by-step Facilitator’s Guide as well as comprehensive workbooks for each module.
Here's what Sally Dick, Director of Learning Support & Leonie Harvey, LSO, Sacred Heart College, Kyneton in Victoria, said after completing eTAPS:
Our team at Sacred Heart College learned how success criteria and learning intentions set the focus, and inform us of the expectation of the lesson. Knowing this is vitally important when entering a learning space. We also learned to use prior knowledge to grow learning in building blocks from there, and the need to share, communicate, feed back and review regularly with teaching staff.
Watch a clip from each module to see how eTAPS can help your teams utilise the most effective support practices, and improve collaboration in the classroom.
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