The end of the year can be a good time to reflect on memorable moments from the year drawing to a close, and start dreaming of the year to come.
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In a new article, Margery Evans contends that Australia’s future prosperity requires education that promotes ingenuity, creativity, curiosity & intellectual audacity. Originally published in Education Review, Nov 2015.
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We invite you to help shape an even better Teacher Self Assessment Tool (SAT). Meanwhile, AITSL’s CEO, takes a topical approach to common challenges in school leadership.
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In many aspects of professional life, the race to success can take a tortuous course, but the experiences of others can be enlightening and heartening.
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Professor John Hattie considers Victoria’s quest to become the Education State – and argues for a focus on student growth in achievement.
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Promoting excellence so that teachers and school leaders have the maximum impact on student learning in all Australian schools.
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AITSL Board Chair, Professor John Hattie, draws attention to some practical resources for high impact teaching. Meanwhile CEO, Margery Evans, reflects on choices and pathways in her blog...
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Are you shopping for Classroom Observation Strategies? Good news! You’ve come to the right place: we have a choice of six. No, wait! Come back! What’s that you say? Too many choices? Surely not...
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'Demonstrating evidence of impact’ is a phrase that’s increasingly heard in discussions around quality in education. This issue of eNews joins the debate...
For a change of pace, I’m pleased to welcome some thoughts from a guest blogger, Jennie Lindsay. She’s the Principal of Malkara School in the ACT and currently in the role of Principal Liaison Officer at AITSL.
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What does high performance leadership look like? High performing leaders develop people and have a positive influence on the school community.
This month, we announce the launch of two fascinating resources: Classroom Observation Strategies and Principal Preparation. Definitely worth a good look.
To inform its ongoing improvement, AITSL sought key stakeholders’ views on their satisfaction with the organisation and its performance through the third annual AITSL stakeholder survey.
The executive summary of the findings and recommendations, together with AITSL’s response, can be found below:
2015 AITSL stakeholder engagement survey - Executive summary 111KB PDF
2015 AITSL stakeholder engagement survey - AITSL responses 52KB PDF
In this month’s eNews, we launch our National Survey 2015 and invite responses from pre-service teachers, teachers, school leaders and teacher educators.
The health and wellbeing of principals is important. Learn more in this edition of Stay Informed, featuring the Australian Principal Occupational Health, Safety & Wellbeing Survey 2011-2014 Data report.
A monthly alert direct from the AITSL eCollection, an online repository of both formal and informal research to support educational leadership.
AITSL's Learning Frontiers initiative is credited as the basis for helping transform teaching and learning at the Methodist Ladies' College.
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The Australian Government has released the report of the Teacher Education Ministerial Advisory Group (TEMAG) and the Government’s response.
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In this month's eNews we have a special focus on the report from the Teacher Education Ministerial Advisory Group (TEMAG), the Government's response and AITSL's challenges in this vital area.