Nominations for the 2019 TEACHX Awards have now closed. Thank you to all submitted nominations.
The first round of judging will commence shortly.
Formerly known as the Excellence in Teaching Awards, TEACHX recognises and celebrates the inspiring work of classroom teachers, those in early childhood settings, school leaders, deputy principals and principals across Queensland.
Queensland registered teachers can self-nominate or be nominated by a member of their community.
The Dr Roger Hunter OAM Excellence in Beginning to Teach Award provides recognition for inspirational teachers with up to four years experience.
The Dr Alan Druery OAM Excellence in Teaching Awardprovides recognition for inspirational Queensland teachers.
The Dr John Dwyer Excellent Leadership in Teaching and Learning Award was introduced in 2012 to recognise classroom teachers or school administrators who have taken a leading role in enhancing teaching and learning in their school.
The Professor Betty Watts OBE Memorial Award for an Outstanding Contribution to Teaching was introduced in 2011 to recognise teachers and school administrators with an outstanding history of service.
The Dr Joe McCorley OAM Award for an Outstanding Contribution to School Community has been introduced in 2018 to provide recognition for inspirational teachers who are the heart of the school community.
The TEACHX Award for Innovation in Teaching has been introduced in 2019 to provide recognition for the ground-breaking work of teachers and school leaders in schools and early learning centres across Queensland.