The Aspiring Thinkers Network (ATN) is a professional development network supported by the award-winning University of Queensland Critical Thinking Project.
Comprised of academics, teachers, educational leaders and researchers across the state and internationally, the network exists to bring together teachers from all year levels and from all disciplines to develop pedagogical expertise in ‘Teaching for Thinking’.
November 2018 Foundation Workshop Now Available!
Our two-day Foundation Workshop (run each term) provides entry into the network and access to the following year’s professional development opportunities, including masterclasses, shared practice days and online activities and conferences at no extra cost.
Build leadership capacity—develop both pedagogical and organisational expertise in teachers to lead teaching for thinking in YOUR team.
Improve student outcomes—proven results linked to research.
Meet student 21st Century needs—develop the transferable, life-long learning skills that are critical for our students’ success.
Align with QCAA and Australian Curriculum requirements. Meet Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.
About the Presenter
Peter is a lecturer at the University of Queensland and former Head of Science at the Queensland Academy of Science, Mathematics and Technology. He is the Curriculum Director of the UQ Critical Thinking Project, an advisor to the European Commission's Enlightenment 2.0 Joint Research Project, and program consultant for the International Baccalaureate.
Investment: $1250 per person. Includes 2-day Foundation Workshop, one year of Masterclasses, Shared Practice days and online activities. Average of 4 activities per month to choose from. Members of the school leadership team are encouraged to attend.
Space is strictly limited so register your interest now.