The Comview Conference is the annual conference of the Victorian Commercial Teachers Association. Comview 2019 is expected to attract approximately 750 educators with most being Victorian secondary school teachers and leaders. VCTA is seeking expressions of interest for presenters.

You are invited to deliver a presentation or workshop.

PRESENTER INFORMATION

Presenters, in general, are entitled to complimentary registration on the day of their presentation. 
No CRT, travel, accommodation or similar will be provided by VCTA.

CONFERENCE STRANDS

There are six conference strands each day – one for Levels 7 to 10, four for VCE and one Of Interest to all.
Suggestions for session presentation ideas follow – additional ideas are very welcome.

LEVEL 7 TO 10
Victorian Curriculum Civics and Citizenship is on Monday and Economics and Business is on Tuesday. (Submissions relating to the Australian Curriculum are also welcome.)

Of particular interest are presentations showcasing, demonstrating or workshopping:

  • empowering student voice and enabling student agency
  • the application of High Impact Teaching Strategies
  • using mobile devices to enhance learning
  • using ICT and social media with students
  • ways to differentiate teaching to enhance outcomes for all
  • strategies for imbedding Critical and Creative Thinking
  • Levels 7 and 8 curriculum programs, units and activities
  • Levels 9 and 10 curriculum programs, units and activities
  • Intercultural, Ethical and/or Personal and Social Capabilities
  • assessment for learning
  • components of Economics and Business such as Work and Work Futures, Consumer and Financial Literacy and the like
  • teaching and learning of Enterprising Behaviours and Skills
  • components of Civics and Citizenship such as Government and Democracy, Laws and Citizens, Citizenship Diversity and Identity.

VCE
A focus on the learning and teaching of VCE Accounting, Business Management, Economics and Legal Studies.

Of particular interest are presentations showcasing, demonstrating or workshopping:

  • approaches to assessment beyond the structured test
  • the application of contemporary case studies or examples
  • strategies for the learning and teaching of varying Areas of Study
  • ways to differentiate teaching
  • strategies for enhancing skill development such as analyse, synthesise (etc. as applicable to the study)
  • the application of High Impact Teaching Strategies
  • using mobile devices to enhance learning
  • using ICT and social media with students
  • the application of graphical representation
  • supporting culturally diverse or EAL students in the classroom
  • subject knowledge update.

OF INTEREST TO ALL
Cross curriculum in nature, this strand is applicable to all educators.

Of particular interest are presentations showcasing, demonstrating or workshopping:

  • providing effective feedback to students
  • leading the faculty
  • curriculum design and development
  • supporting culturally diverse or EAL students in the classroom
  • assessment for learning
  • whole school approaches to mental health
  • empowering student voice and enabling student agency
  • critical and creative thinking
  • Industry and Enterprise and VET Business.

  

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