Pricing, Credentials and FAQ.
Learn about The Haileybury Explicit Instruction Programme pricing, microcredentials and get answers to frequently-asked questions.
The Haileybury Explicit Instruction Programme is composed of the Core and Advanced courses. There are five courses in the Core programme and two in the Advanced programme.
The first three courses in the Core Programme are free.
The remaining two courses are charged at A$325 each and require completion of the free courses.
The two Advanced Programme courses are A$175 each and require completion of the Core Programme courses.
CORE PROGRAMME COURSES DETAIL
1. THEORY (FREE) Microcredential, self-assessment, playbook, video library. No prerequisites.
2. THE SIX GIVENS (FREE) Microcredential, self-assessment, playbook, video library. No prerequisites.
3. CLASSROOM SETTINGS (FREE) Microcredential, self-assessment, playbook, video library. No prerequisites.
4. THE ACTIVITIES (A$325) Microcredential, portfolio assessment, playbook, video library. Requires first three Core Programme courses.
5. CURRICULUM APPLICATIONS (A$325) Microcredential, portfolio assessment, playbook, video library. Requires first four Core Programme courses.
ADVANCED PROGRAMME COURSES DETAIL (require completion of Core programme)
6. HIGHER ORDER THINKING (A$175) Microcredential, practice paper assessment, playbook, video. Requires Core Programme courses.
7. BEYOND PRIMARY TEACHING (A$175) Microcredential, practice paper assessment, playbook, video. Requires Core Programme courses.
Teachers are eligible to be awarded microcredentials if they provide evidence of having met the learning objectives and can evidence the competencies for each course. Credentials for each course are issued on the digital badging platform Badgr.
Teachers who complete courses 1-5 can stack these microcredentials into the Haileybury Explicit Instruction Programme Core Credential by providing a portfolio of video evidence. These reflective video portfolios should be of classroom practice.
Teachers who complete courses 6-7 can stack these microcredentials into the Haileybury Explicit Instruction Programme Advanced Credential by providing two professional practice papers based on their work.
There is no requirement to submit evidence if teachers wish to just study the courses. Teachers can also submit evidence at any time after completing the courses to be awarded the credentials.
How do I learn more about the programme?
You can download The Haileybury Explicit Instruction Programme Master Playbook which provides an overview of the programme and how each course relates to the programme as a whole.
Which courses are free, and which are paid?
Some courses in the programme are free and others are paid.
Free courses require you to register for an account before you can access the content.
Paid courses require you to register for an account and pay for access when you decide to enrol in them. Some of the paid courses require you to have completed prerequisite courses as described in the course details above. The prices for the paid courses appear on the details for each course. These may change from time to time.
Our Terms and Conditions describe how we handle issues such as refunds and disputes, but in the first instance please contact us as below if there is anything you wish to discuss.
Will I get face to face support?
The Haileybury Explicit Instruction Programme is designed as online first, meaning that all of the learning can be done through a combination of the playbooks, toolkits and video materials in each course. As the programme evolves we will invite teachers to engage in discussion forums with experienced Haileybury explicit instruction teachers and, depending on the prevailing situation with in-person classes, provide sessions where teachers can watch explicit instruction classes as live streams.
How am I assessed?
Some of the courses in the programme have no formal assessment and ask you to reflect on a series of questions and tell us when you have completed this process. Other courses ask you to provide evidence in the form of videos of classroom practice or written practice papers. Details of how to do this will be in the course materials.
Experienced Haileybury explicit instruction teachers will provide feedback on these assessment materials. We treat these materials as confidential but if we wish to share them (for example with other teachers) we will ask your permission.
What platforms are used to deliver the programme?
The programme is managed using our web-based WordPress platform which is used to manage your account, track progress and deliver course content.
The programme playbooks are hosted on Adobe Online which allows you to view and download the playbooks as PDFs.
Digital badges awarded on completion are hosted on the Badgr platform and you will receive a link to your digital badges by email at the email address you registered with.
Videos are hosted on our Vimeo account which provides a high-quality viewing experience.
The only platform on which you need to enter your personal details is WordPress (unless you wish to create personal accounts on these platforms).
If you have any questions about your data and how we handle it please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Will there be more courses added to the programme?
The programme will evolve as we learn more about how teachers use the materials. We have plans to extend the Advanced Programme beyond the initial two courses to look at applications of explicit instruction to other school settings and to other areas of the curriculum.
Who do I contact for help?
The primary contact for the programme is Grenville Green, Deputy Principal (Junior School) at Haileybury. He is the subject matter expert and experienced explicit instruction practitioner. Grenville will help teachers with any queries about the programme content. He can be contacted at email@example.com
The primary contact for technical elements of the programme, including online delivery issues, is Dr Peter Thomas, director of HaileyburyX. He will triage any queries about access to course materials and pass these onto technical support, finance, risk or legal at Haileybury as appropriate. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org