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Latest news 2015

  1. Stay Informed #4

  1. Build the best educators

    • 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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  1. December eNews

    • 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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  1. CEO Blog: Racing to success

    • 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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  1. Education State possible

    • 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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  1. Annual Report 2014-2015

  1. October eNews

    • 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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  1. CEO Blog: Observations on being choosy

    • 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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  1. August eNews

    • 'Demonstrating evidence of impact’ is a phrase that’s increasingly heard in discussions around quality in education. This issue of eNews joins the debate... 

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  1. Guest blog: Staying in the loop

    • 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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  1. Stay Informed #3

  1. July eNews

    • This month, we announce the launch of two fascinating resources: Classroom Observation Strategies and Principal Preparation. Definitely worth a good look. 

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  1. 2015 AITSL Stakeholder Engagement Survey

  1. June eNews

    • In this month’s eNews, we launch our National Survey 2015 and invite responses from pre-service teachers, teachers, school leaders and teacher educators. 

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  1. Stay Informed #2

    • 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.

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  1. May eNews

    • In this month’s eNews, we launch our National Survey 2015 and invite responses from pre-service teachers, teachers, school leaders and teacher educators. 

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  1. Stay Informed #1

  1. Motivating students the focus at Methodist Ladies' College [article]

  1. March eNews

    • In this month’s eNews, we launch our National Survey 2015 and invite responses from pre-service teachers, teachers, school leaders and teacher educators. 

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  1. TEMAG announcement

  1. February eNews

    • 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.

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