28 OCT – ASEAN Teachers #UpskillwithAU

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Austrade ASEAN invites you to join exclusive webinars with leading Australian educators where you will gain knowledge on innovative teaching and learning techniques. Participants will be awarded certificates of attendance from Australian leading universities.

Raising the quality of education is a priority for every ASEAN country. Gaps in various education systems across the region have never been more apparent than during the Covid-19 pandemic. Common quality-related issues range from curriculum renovation, upskilling for pre-service teachers, proficiency and efficacy of in-service teachers, and application and development of learning outcome assessment tools. Governments across ASEAN have sought international support to address these challenges.

Austrade is hosting the ASEAN Teacher #UpskillwithAU webinar series to address market demands for teacher training across ASEAN countries.

Through these webinars, participants will:

  • Understand active learning in the context of English language teaching.
  • Explore innovative ways of using digital tools in STEM teaching and assessment.
  • Examine key learning strategies that increase learner motivation and promote interaction in both online and face-to-face classrooms.
  • Engage with and get practical advice from high profile Australian educators.
  • Receive certificates of attendance from leading Australian universities.


  • 28 Oct 2020

Using Online STEM Pedagogies to Enhance Your Teaching

This module will be presented using the ‘think aloud’ approach where the presenters will verbalise their thinking processes to lead the audience to understand the steps involved for effective integration.

  • 29 Oct 2020

Creative Ways of Successful Teaching and Assessments Using Digital Tools in STEM Lessons

This session explores creative ways of STEM teaching and assessment. Participants will follow a teaching demonstration with a world-class maths teacher and specialists’ sharing on teaching in hybrid format and inclusive learning environment.

  • 3 Nov 2020

Active English Learning Strategies for Blended/Hybrid Classrooms

The masterclass provides an understanding of active learning in English language teaching. Participants can explore practical applications of such strategies to generate greater engagement amongst students and between student-teacher.

  • 4 Nov 2020

Digital Tools and Strategies for Enhancing Learning through English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI)

The session examines some key learning strategies that enhance learning and explores some free digital tools that increase learner motivation and promote interaction in both online and face-to-face environments.

Who should attend:
  • Pre and in-service K-12 teachers seeking innovative ways of STEM teaching and assessment.
  • School leaders (esp. secondary schools) seeking innovative teaching and learning methodologies for STEM education.   
  • University lecturers, especially those engaging in pedagogical methodology design and renovation.
  • Government authorities responsible for education policy and organising teacher training activities.
  • Other private providers of teacher training and professional development programs.

High profile guest-speakers from leading Australian universities:

  • Monash University
  • The University of Queensland
  • The University of Sydney
  • The University of Western Australia in collaboration with Phoenix Academy

For more information please contact:

Ms Huong Ngo
Senior Business Development Manager, Austrade
E: [email protected]

Ms Srii Gunaseelan
Business Development Manager – Education, Austrade
E: [email protected]

Website : CLICK HERE

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