If you’re undertaking an Inquiry into your practice as part of the (full) registration process, an integral part of this process is your Action Plan. Here are some examples which could help.
If you’re considering becoming an ECT mentor, here are some tips on what makes an effective mentor.
AITSL has produced a series of videos featuring teachers illustrating, through their practice, how they meet the various descriptors of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.
CRTPD.com offers casual relief teachers (CRTs) access to free professional development, an initiative funded by the Victorian Government, Department of Education and Training.
Provisionally registered teachers, graduate teacher mentors, and principals are encouraged to share their views on the teacher education and support for graduate teachers by completing the 2019 Graduate Teacher Survey.
The Centre for Program Evaluation at the University of Melbourne is developing a framework that will help school leaders and teachers make decisions about professional learning needs, in relation to improving teaching practice.
The Professional Practice (PP) team was formed to enable quality teaching and the best educational outcomes for learners, with a significant focus on building strong relationships with all stakeholders in the education space.
Casual relief and emergency teachers (CRTs) undertake approximately 10-15% of a learner’s education. CRTs play an important role in Victoria’s education system and in learning outcomes. CRTs maintain the same registration requirements as all other (fully) registered teachers.