We spoke to kindergarten teacher Kate Fisher and her teacher mentor Keti Ivanoska about how Kate completed her Inquiry process and presented to a panel in order to move to (full) registration.
National and State reforms in teacher education have strengthened entry standards into initial teacher education programs. This means that students seeking entry into courses that qualify them to teach will need to meet academic standards and demonstrate they possess personal attributes that fit them for teaching.
If you’re a provisionally registered teacher with a registration number beginning with a ‘6’ and you have completed at least 80 days of teaching, we have sent you an email regarding your application for (full) registration.
During the next term students will be applying for entry into Victorian initial teacher education programs.
Selection into a program will be based on both academic and non-academic attributes.
From 1 October 2017 the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) will only recognise previous teaching experience when it is part of an application for immediate full registration.
As part of the process of moving to (full) registration, a provisionally registered teacher (PRT) needs to present the evidence they've collected to a recommendation panel in their school or early childhood service.