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.
The Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) is set to strengthen its community and stakeholder engagement by attending some of Victoria's leading education and teacher conferences in 2019.
Victoria’s leading sustainability awards program, the Premier’s Sustainability Awards, are now open for entries, featuring a new category, that celebrates the outstanding contribution made by volunteers.
The Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) has welcomed the findings of a report into professional learning for school teachers released by the Victorian Auditor General’s Office (VAGO).
The audit examined whether VIT and the Department of Education and Training (DET) have a clear and accurate understanding of the professional learning that occurs in Victorian government schools, including its planning, cost and impact, so they can best target and support professional learning to drive better student outcomes.