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FPS Coaching Workshop - Vic

Professional Development training for Educators - Wednesday, November 23rd Time: 9.00 am - 3.30 pm Scotch College Junior School, Hawthorn VIC 3122

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This Professional Development training will prepare you to be a Future Problem Solving Coach. Develop your students' analytical, creative, and critical thinking skills, using the six-step FPS process to address real-world problems.

The presenter will use the first 2023 topic, 'E-Waste,' to introduce the creative problem solving model, providing the attendee with a head start to Future Problem Solving 2023 participation.

When and Where?
November/December 2022
Location - your capital city

What will I learn?

  • Future Problem Solving basics, FPS in Australia
  • The six-step FPS thinking process. This process underpins each of the FPS learning options.
  • The opportunity to try out the Global Issues Problem Solving component
  • Coaching strategies
  • Organisation of school and student participation in the FPS program
2022 FPS Coach Training

What are the benefits of the training?

  • Participants gain an in-depth understanding of the Global Issues Problem Solving learning option and have the opportunity to practice the six-step model in a supportive environment.
  • Participants acquire a framework for teaching and assessing 21st-century skills.
  • Course content meets AITSL standards allowing participants to add up to six hours to their professional accreditation requirements.
  • Participants meet other new and experienced FPS coaches providing them with an opportunity to develop networks with those on the same learning path.
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"Many students have found their experience in the program helpful through their University application process and alumni found the skills learned essential in their careers"



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