QCT eNews is an email newsletter that includes updates on QCT activities, information relevant to teachers' registration and other items of interest to Queensland teachers. Past issues are available here.
'Big Ideas in Mathematics' 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.
Working with parents to support students provides tips for both teachers and parents on how to work best together to support students.
The QCT is currently seeking experienced science or mathematics teachers to work as mentors supporting pre service teachers in an online community called TeachConnect. For more details visit Expression of Interest.
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.
Click here to view some of Queensland’s high performing beginning teachers as they bring to life the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.
Read the Teacher Education Ministerial Advisory Group (TEMAG) Report, Action Now: Classroom Ready Teachers
The Queensland College of Teachers is a member of ATRA, the incorporated association of Australasian Teacher Regulatory Authorities.
From the iconic photographs taken by Captain James Francis (Frank) Hurley in the Australian War Memorial collection, to 3D interactive accounts of what is was like for the ANZACs at Gallipoli, the QCT has collated some of Australia's best resources for teachers for ANZAC Day this year.
For provisionally registered teachers and their reviewers.
Join us to discuss transitioning to full registration
Nominations for the QCT Excellence in Teaching Awards are open to all registered Queensland teachers
in state, Catholic, independent schools and early childhood services.
Nomination forms are available here.
The Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education Students (the test) is a single national instrument designed to demonstrate that graduates of Initial Teacher Education programs have personal levels of literacy and numeracy within the top 30 percent of the population.
The test will be available for students enrolled in all Australian accredited Initial Teacher Education programs from 16 May 2016. Australian Ministers of Education expect students to complete the test prior to graduation. Students are encouraged to sit and meet the standard of the test for the following reasons:
For further information about the test contact the institution at which you are currently studying.
Each year, many inspiring teachers are nominated for our Excellence in Teaching Awards. This month, we share their stories. Read more ...
In 2013 -14, over 66 000 incidents of domestic and family violence were made to the Queensland Police Service. We must work together to reduce this appalling statistic. Read how: www.communities.qld.gov.au/gateway/end-domestic-and-family-violence
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.