Teacher Aides from fourteen schools in the Gladstone Region have been given the opportunity to enhance their work performance through a professional development day. The event was held at Yaralla Conference Centre, on Monday and catered for 141 dedicated Teacher Aides. This is the second year that Clinton State School Teacher Aides have organised the event.
Janet Campbell from Clinton State School said there was an exceptional line up of professionals who presented at the event. “Allison Farrow presented a Trauma Workshop. Speech Language Pathologist, Bobbi McIntyre, offered advice and strategies for language development and Clinton State School’s very own Tracey Dunnett gave participants an insight into the amazing world of Digital Technologies,” she said.
Janet added that due to the popularity of this type of event, the participant numbers are rapidly growing each year. “It is with great appreciation that we offer thanks to the hardworking and dedicated staff from Clinton State School for their amazing effort in organising this event. We hope that they will be able to continue to offer professional events like these long into the future.”