Teachers may find the following resources and providers of educational research and learning useful. Please note, VIT does not accredit or endorse professional learning. At times we may share professional learning from nationally and state recognised not-for-profit organisations.
An online resource from the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) with articles, podcasts and infographics for teachers. Sign up to the newsletter to get the full value of this resource by receiving regular and topical updates and articles.
The Department of Education and Training (DET) sends new articles in a newsletter each fortnight to all Victorian government school teachers, but is open to anyone interested in best practice in education and evidence-based teaching approaches. Subscribe here.
AITSL provides a range of resources to support your professional learning, including examples of practice mapped against the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers and teacher reflection and assessment tools.
The Teacher Learning Network (TLN) is a provider of professional development for teachers and staff in early childhood, primary and secondary settings. TLN have a variety of professional learning tools, including professional readings, live sessions or on demand recordings to view at any time.
Bastow’s Continuity of Learning Hub brings together a comprehensive range of high-quality professional learning and resources to support Victoria’s early childhood and school communities through the staged transition back to face-to-face teaching and learning. The professional learning and resources are free of charge and available to teachers across all sectors.
Designed as 12 editions spanning the teaching year, everything in the Learning Series is written for a graduate teacher starting out in the teaching profession.
Narragunnawali is a program of Reconciliation Australia. Reconciliation Australia is an independent, national not-for-profit organisation promoting reconciliation by building stronger relationships, respect and trust between the wider Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
ABC Education is a free online education resource developed to support primary and secondary students (foundation - year 10). All resources are mapped to the Australian Curriculum. Behind the News is a fun way for upper-primary and secondary students to learn about current issues and world events, including politics, news and sport.