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.
As part of the Victorian government’s special needs plan, registered teachers are now required to undertake professional development (PD) activities to develop their capability to teacher learners with disability (special needs).
If you’re thinking about taking a leave of absence from teaching or you don’t feel you’ll be able to meet the requirements when you renew your registration, non-practising registration is a convenient option that will allow you to transition back into (full) registration with minimal fuss.
At VIT we’ve introduced videos and podcasts to provide useful information for initial teacher educaton graduates, teachers and employers about teacher registration. Now for easy access, we’ve collected them all in one place – our new multimedia pages.
A significant decision concerning the relevance of a serious criminal offence (unrelated to teaching) to the suitability of a person to teach, was made by VCAT late last year.