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This report is the result of a major research project undertaken by the QCT in 2013. It provides valuable insight into the complex issues around beginning teacher attrition. The study has produced a significant body of information for the QCT and key stakeholders to inform the development of policy and strategies regarding the retention of early career teachers in the profession in Queensland. Completed Research.
This recently published paper presents data from surveys of beginning teachers in Queensland and explores current avenues of support.
Read more from the Australian Journal of Teacher Education here…
The Queensland College of Teachers is a member of ATRA, the incorporated association of Australasian Teacher Regulatory Authorities.
Are you a beginning teacher or know of 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.
Click here for more information.
Complete a 10-minute online survey on workplace stress. Amanda Welch from Griffith University is investigating the diversity, frequency and effectiveness of teacher stress management strategies. Survey link here.
The Queensland College of Teachers has been tasked by the Queensland Government to work with providers, unions and the sector to define a set of professional standards for Further Education and Training practitioners in Queensland. This exciting Project is under way and a web site has been launched to allow interested parties to keep up to date with the progress of the Project. The website includes regular updates, a Blog and the opportunity to subscribe to a newsletter. fet.qct.edu.au
Series One: Transitioning to full registration
Provisionally registered teachers are required to demonstrate the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers at the Proficient Career stage, to transition to full registration. In this three part series participants will find out about the requirements of this process.
Series Two: Requirements of full registration
Fully registered teachers are required to undertake continued professional development. In this three part series participants will find out about the requirements of this process and reflect on continuing professional practice.
Click here to find dates, times and links to the sessions.
Australia's largest free admission event for education professionals showcases education resources and ideas and offers seminars and workshops as well as networking opportunities. Weekend of 19 & 20 July 2014, 10am – 3pm Royal International Convention Centre, Brisbane Get your free ticket online www.quedrex.com.au
In February 2014 the Australian Government established a Teacher Education Ministerial Advisory Group (TEMAG) to provide advice on improving teacher education programs. In May TEMAG produced an Issues Paper as part of a public consultation process. The QCT has made a submission in response to the Issues Paper.
The Queensland Government has commissioned the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) to conduct an independent review of Queensland senior assessment and tertiary entrance processes. You can read reports, discussion papers and updates on the review here:www.acer.edu.au/queenslandreview
The Queensland College of Teachers has partnered with the New South Wales Institute of Teachers and the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership to produce an online professional learning experience to assist teachers in supervising pre-service teachers. The four on-line modules can be found at aitsl.edu.au/spt
The Register of Teachers is a list of persons who hold or have held registration as a teacher in Queensland.SEARCH THE REGISTER >