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CCSP MasterClass with Dr Debbie Pushor


2017 Parent Conference 11-Jan-2017


ACU Scholarship ACU Scholarship 17-Jul-2017

CCSP MasterClass 

Thursday 15 June 6.30pm 

Catholic Schools Office, Pennant Hills

wth Dr Debbie Pushor



Video 5 

Professor - Researcher - Author - Advocate   

  for Parent Engagement

The CCSP are excited to announce that whilst she is in Australia for the ARACY Conference, Dr Debbie Pushor will be joining us to present a MasterClass open to all members of our education community.

Debbie is a Professor in the Department of Curriculum Studies      
at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada and is a passionate 
advocate for authentic parent partnerships. 

Debbie’s research program has engaged in narrative inquiries into parent knowledge, parent engagement and leadership and she has recently co-authored two books on parent engagement. 

Read extracts from Debbie's Parent Collaborative books Living as Mapmakers & Portals of Promise.

Scroll down to watch Debbie speak in the Diocese of Cairns last year.

Several CCSP Parent Reps met Debbie when she was last in Australia. After hearing her speak, one wrote:

"True parent engagement is when it draws on what you know as a parent. Parent engagement is not
 about being a teacher at home. Its about being engaged as a family
"  READ MORE                          

There is no cost and all are welcome

To download the flyer click here


The MasterClass will be held at the Broken Bay Catholic Schools Office 

Level 8
Caroline Chisholm Centre, 
423 Pennant Hills Road, 
Pennant Hills  

Entry via: City View Road
                 Parking available under the building                                   

Nearest Train Station is Pennant Hills - 5 min walk 

There is no cost and all are welcome

Completing the Dr Debbie Pushor Master Class will contribute to 2 hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 3.7.2 and 7.3.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

Watch Debbie talking when she was in Australia last year