From 1 July 2017, the first phase of the Victorian Government’s reportable conduct scheme will commence. This will impact on the reporting duties of all teachers and early childhood teachers in response to all allegations of child abuse and child-related misconduct.
The introduction of the Mandatory Reporting and the Child Safe Standards is part of the Victorian Government’s commitment to implementing the recommendations of the Betrayal of Trust report on institutional responses to child abuse.
VIT has developed a matrix that shows the stages of the inquiry process and lists the relevant descriptors at each stage
VIT interviews Katherine Koidis, a Teaching and Learning Leader at Bayside Secondary College Senior Campus in Paisley to hear her thoughts on professional learning and mentoring.
The CSE supports, informs, influences and promotes the work of the education profession.
With the support of teacher Loveena Narayanen, students from Glen Eira College have won first prize in the ‘Dis-Moi Dix Mots’ annual international competition.
The 2017 ACE National Conference has been developed by educators FOR educators, aiming at early childhood, primary and secondary teachers as well as tertiary and vocational education and training.
Victoria Legal Aid has produced an online suite of teaching tools for secondary school teachers.