Jacaranda Webinars and Events

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Important notice

Due to the ever-changing COVID-19 situation, many conferences and events are being post-poned. We will strive to host more webinars to continue to support teachers. If you need any additional support during this time, please don’t hesitate to reach out to your local Jacaranda Education Consultant.


August 5th


Tools for science inquiry for every learning setting – remote, mixed and face-to-face

You’re invited to the Science teaching event of the year: Jacaranda’s Tools for science inquiry online seminar! Science inquiry has never been more important than it is today. The world has turned to science as we deal with the immediate and ongoing effects of COVID-19. Science inquiry skills are not just developed in a lab, they begin at school.

During this live webinar, our panel of thought-leading science teachers, Ben Williams, Sarah Beamish and Jason Wallace will answer audience questions and discuss:

  • Practical strategies and resources to develop science inquiry skills (SIS)
  • Incorporating SIS for any setting – remote, mixed and face-to-face
  • Plus, how the new editions of Jacaranda Science Quest VC can help

Register for the webinar here >>

August 11th


Engaging English classes for every setting – remote, mixed and face-to-face

Please join us for a free 60-minute webinar: Engaging English classes for every setting – remote, mixed and face-to-face. During this webinar, Jacaranda authors Sam Islip and Leon Furze, will answer your questions about:

  • Engaging students in the study of English in every setting – remote, mixed and face-to-face
  • Supporting incoming students after disruptions during Grade 6
  • Differentiating learning for students of all abilities
  • How to get students excited about reading – and other common questions from our recent webinar!

Register for the webinar here >>

August 14th


GAWA 2020 Conference

The GAWA 2020 Conference will explore this year’s theme Geography… The year of Hazards and will feature a keynote presentation from their local, distinguished Professor Peter Newman, who is internationally recognised for his research on sustainable city planning. His GAWA presentation, titled: COVID, CITIES and CLIMATE is very topical and pertinent, and will provide contemporary ideas for post-COVID city living in a new economy.

The conference will be hosting a range of workshop presentations for both lower and upper secondary geography teachers.

To find out more, please visit the GAWA 2020 conference page.

August 18th


Igniting Student’s Passion for HASS

You’re invited to the HASS free online webinar: Jacaranda’s Igniting Student’s Passion for HASS! At Jacaranda, we are passionate about HASS, and believe in the fundamental importance of fostering curiosity and critical-thinking – possibly now more than ever.

During this live webinar on the 18th August at 4:30pm AWST, our panel of experienced teachers, Cathy Baron and Meredith Beaton will answer audience questions and discuss HASS teaching strategies and opportunities. More details coming soon!

Register for the webinar here >>



MANSW 2020 Annual Conference

The MANSW 2020 Annual Conference will be hosted in November and will feature keynote speakers Associate Professor Catherine Attard and Professor Nalini Joshi. The conference will explore the theme A Maths Odyssey – “Space…… and Geometry” and will have a range of workshops available.

Conference registrations will open Term 3, 2020.

To find out more please visit the MANSW annual conference page.

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On-Demand Webinars

Watch our full range of on-demand webinars at any time, covering the latest trends in education and a range of subjects!

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