The QCT Board Election for three practising teacher positions is now open.
The power to choose who represents the profession is in your hands.
To read more about the candidates, why and how you should vote, go to our election webpage, which this year includes videos and photos supplied by some candidates.
Ballot papers will start arriving in the mail from August 21.
In order to be included in the count, your ballot paper must be returned in the envelope provided with the ballot papers. This is a Red, Green or Purple cornered envelope with a Brisbane GPO address.
Voting closes on September 18.
This edition is on 'Big Ideas in Mathematics' and looks at what this concept means for the teaching and learning of mathematics in schools. It describes two views about Big Ideas, and aims to give some insights into how the Big Ideas concept can be used by mathematics teachers.
QCT eNews is an email newsletter sent several times a year to teachers on the QCT’s register of approved teachers. The newsletter includes updates on QCT activities, information relevant to teachers’ registration and other items of interest to Queensland teachers. Past issues are available here.
Your vote is crucial in the upcoming QCT Board election. Read why in the latest Blog from the QCT Director:
Registered teachers from state, Catholic and independent schools are eligible for nomination in four award categories. Finalists will be announced in early October. Click on the icon for more information.
The QCT is working with providers, unions and the sector to define a set of professional standards for Further Education and Training practitioners in Queensland. The project website includes regular updates, a Blog and the opportunity to subscribe to a newsletter. fet.qct.edu.au
Read the Teacher Education Ministerial Advisory Group (TEMAG) Report, Action Now: Classroom Ready Teachers
The QCT has released a new report that profiles 2013 Queensland graduate teachers.
The Teacher Profile: 2013 Graduate Teachers report and associated infographic along with other research conducted or sponsored by the QCT can be found on our latest research page.
The Queensland College of Teachers is a member of ATRA, the incorporated association of Australasian Teacher Regulatory Authorities.
Have you been selected for a continuing professional development (CPD) audit? Are you unsure about what you have to do? Join a web conference for an overview of CPD audit requirements and step by step guidance about recording your CPD online and submitting your records for audit.
To register for one of these web conferences click here:
The ballot for the three elected practising teacher positions on the QCT Board will be open from 21 August to 18 September 2015. Teachers eligible to vote will receive ballot material in the post from 21 August. More information.
Are you looking for professional learning opportunities to build capability in teaching reading, writing, mathematics and science? Self-paced online coaching modules for registered teachers and pre-service teachers are now available via the myQCT online services account.
Online Coaching Module Web Conferences commence in July. Click here for registration details.
Click here to view some of Queensland's high performing beginning teachers in action.
Are you a beginning teacher or do you know a beginning teacher? The QCT is calling for nominations for early career teachers to share their classroom practice via a movie documentary using the ClassMovies process.
If you would like to be involved, more information can be found here.
The Register of Teachers is a list of persons who hold or have held registration as a teacher in Queensland.SEARCH THE REGISTER >
Use your myQCT online services account to apply to move from provisional to full registration, keep your details updated, pay fees, update CPD and access resources.