If you’re a provisionally registered teacher wanting to progress to (full) registration, there are 2 things you need to do:
- Complete at least 80 days of teaching
- Be recommended for (full) registration by a recommendation panel.
In this series of videos, we look at the second part of this process: what you need to present to the panel so that they will recommend you for (full) registration.
You can also watch Dawn Colcott, a teacher with over 30 years’ experience, answering frequently asked questions. Or watch the videos individually
Or watch the videos individually
Provides you with a brief overview of how the evidence-based process works.
Ensures you’re fully prepared before you begin the process.
Helps you select appropriate learners and learning environments to analyse as evidence of practice.
Explains how you should develop an inquiry question as the focus of your evidence-based practice.
Provides advice on how to work effectively with your mentor or experienced colleague throughout the process.
Explains how to make an effective action plan based on your inquiry question.
Outlines how you can evaluate your practice after you’ve enacted your action plan.
Helps you develop your presentation to the recommendation panel.
Provides advice if you work in a non-traditional learning environment and are unsure how this process applies to your experience.