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  • link Glossary of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (pdf, 226 KB)

    ...of four key terms used throughout the Standards. About the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers The Standards describe the elements of high quality, effective teaching in 21st century ...

  • link AITSL Board 2 Meeting 5 - Outcomes Summary

    ...lity in Australian schools. Further information about the evaluation is available at http://www.teacherstandards.aitsl.edu.au/Evaluation The next meeting of the AITSL Board will be held on 5 J...

  • link VIT

    ...? • As a teacher, what do the Standards tell me about the areas of practice I should develop further to improve student learning? • As a teacher, can I access professional learning that will hel...

  • link REFA

    ...ed an initial training session with network staff about the online learning platform. • Provided online support to staff and principals to use the network. • Involved participants in an online s...

  • link ISQ

    ...n I use the data to assist me in making decisions about teachers’ professional learning priorities at my school? • As a teacher, how can I use the Standards to reflect on my professional practice...

  • link DOE TAS

    ...ide a solid basis for teachers’ self-reflection about professional practice? What did we find out? • Teachers were ready to embrace the use of a consistent, professional language to discuss t...

  • link AEF

    ...stage continuum? • What do teachers understand about Asia literacy at the Proficient, Highly Accomplished and Lead career stages (as referenced in the Melbourne Declaration on Goals for Young...

  • link ACT TQI

    ... language to support professional conversations about assessment? o be used to identify the core components of a professional experience program for pre-service teachers? What did we find out...

  • link David Hamlett 1 Page Summary

    ... Bromley Kent United Kingdom Toronto Canada About the Awards The Australian Awards for Outstanding Teaching and School Leadership celebrate and recognise outstanding teachers and principals f...

  • link Lee Musumeci 1 Page Summary

    ...Washington Arlington New York USA London UK About the Awards The Australian Awards for Outstanding Teaching and School Leadership celebrate and recognise outstanding teachers and principals f...

  • link Evaluating impact

    ...ng overview is designed to record key decisions about the support system and selected feedback practices. Evaluating impact – multiple measures and sources of data Impact evaluation cycle Th...

  • link Feedback case study explict teaching and feedback

    ...udent development. Explicitly teaching students about feedback builds their resilience, so they see that it’s about improvement, not criticism. Students then understand that feedback helps the...

  • link Feb 08 Ed Review

    ...oo soon for a young teacher to start thinking about career paths in teaching and to develop a personal learning plan. They should seize opportunities to observe others at work—not only t...

  • link NTPS 2010 Australian Council of Deans of Ed

    ...nd teachers, that there is nothing much to know about being a teacher. Professional standards have to demonstrate that the work of teachers is informed by a complex and specialised knowledge base, ...

  • link Culture-Cycle resources all 20160906

    ...eedback throughout the year so I am well informed about my performance and development progress Ongoing feedback, reflection and review Goal setting Working towards goals I use feedback from multi...

  • link June 2009

    ...place to ensure that the release of information about students and schools has a benefcial impact on primary education. Tey are concerned about the potential for unintended negative consequence...

  • link NTPS 2010 Associate Professor Anne Jasman

    ...oyment (and pay) context, reasonable judgements about teacher performance cannot and should not be made using these standards alone. Recommendations: a. Clarification as to · whether these s...

  • link Recognising Exemplary Teachers Extended

    ...gnising exemplary teachers’, provides information about Certifcation of Highly Accomplished and Lead Teachers in Australia, a process recognising achievement against these two levels of the Austra...

  • link Feedback Spotlight

    ...ide opportunities for teachers to gather evidence about students’ progress. This informs teacher feedback to students about their learning and what they need to do next to move forward. The evide...

  • link Standards for School Leadership - A critical review of literature

    ...’s preference for ‘mentor’ and her reservations about ‘supervise’ and ‘assess’ signal the tensions inherent in reconciling the supervisory, assessing and mentoring aspects of the relationship ...