Apple PD Support
During 2012 the Learning Exchange, in partnership with Mac1, facilitated a range of Professional Development initiatives focussing on the use of Apple technologies to enhance learning and teaching with Steve Iuliano.
The fully funded (i.e. free to schools) professional development or classroom support resource will again be available to schools for one day per week (Tuesdays) during terms 1 and 2 during 2013.
Steve facilitated staff and student workshops within many of our schools during 2012, with many providing very positive feedback on his sessions.
Steve holds a formal qualification in teaching, with both an undergraduate Bachelor of Music at the University of New South Wales and more recently a postgraduate in Music and Education at Wesley Institute. Steve understands how technology can be integrated into classrooms in order to achieve curriculum based outcomes and strives to deliver engaging lessons to both teachers and students through relating the material delivered to scenarios that might be encountered in schools on an everyday basis. He also has an extensive background in (and great passion for) the music industry as a signed artist/audio engineer.
He is able to support schools through a range of activities such as:
- Staff meetings
- Staff Development Days
- Classroom activities (as an example, Steve could work with students on a classroom project as a follow-up to skills developed by teachers in a previous staff meeting)
- KLA or stage support activities (during a day he could work with 2 or 3 different groups of teachers)
- Breakfast meetings
If you are interested in having Steve visit your school, please complete the online PD request form below.
If you would really like support for a particular activity on a day other than Tuesday, please contact Ron van Vliet directly and we may be able to negotiate an alternative time.
If you have any other suggestions for the type of support you would like in your school, you can assist by completing this short online survey:
Online PD request form