Over 70,000 Queensland teachers working in primary and secondary schools have been asked to complete a survey to ascertain their views as part of the Queensland Government’s review of NAPLAN.
The first stage of the review has been completed, with over 7,500 responses to an online survey seeking parent views. The second stage is now underway, with consultation extended to students, teachers, principals and education stakeholders.
The feedback from teachers will be critical to ensuring a better understanding of the impacts of NAPLAN on teaching and learning in Queensland.
Those selected to complete the survey are registered teachers employed on either full-time or part-time permanent contracts in a Queensland state or non-state school.
Invited participants will receive an email from QCT Director John Ryan with a link to answer the online survey anonymously.
More information on the review, including Terms of Reference, is available on the Department of Education website at NAPLAN 2018 Review.