Here are some quick links to help you in your role, ensuring your teachers are registered and how to deal with concerns you might have.Read more
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Victorian schools are recruiting more than 4,100 teaching professionals as tutors to support students in catching up with any learning they may have missed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. If you are a pre-service teacher, a teacher on leave, a teacher working part-time who is looking for more hours, a recently retired teacher or a casual relief teacher, you may be eligible to apply for a tutoring position as part of the Victorian Government’s $250 million initiative.
The 2021 National Reconciliation Week theme, More than a word. Reconciliation takes action, urges the reconciliation movement towards braver and more impactful action.
Let's walk the talk 27 May to 3 June 2021. Search for Event ideas for your school / early childhood service.
Looking to access more PD? The National Education Summit Friday 23 – Saturday 24 July 2021 has been a key event at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre since 2016 and continues to grow. Access the highest standard of professional development and the latest, most innovative and relevant learnings to build your capacity as an educator. Register now for both the free seminars and the paid conferences.
Under the Education and Training Reform Act 2006, an applicant for registration as a teacher may be granted interim approval to undertake the duties of a teacher if the person is entitled to that registration but it is not practicable to wait until the VIT can consider the application.
After the disruption to schools in 2020, it’s the ideal time to position students as partners in education and learning.
Designed by students, the Teach the Teacher program is a whole school student-led framework to encourage and enable student voice, agency and leadership delivered by VicSRC.