The Australian Professional Standards for Teachers is a public statement of what constitutes teacher quality. The Standards define the work of teachers and make explicit the elements of high-quality, effective … Learn more »
AITSL has commenced work with the University of Melbourne, and their partner, the Australian College of Educators, to undertake a process and impact evaluation of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers from 2013 to 2015. Learn more »
The one place where AITSL’s online tools and resources for teachers can be found.
Resources are freely available, aligned to the Standards and organised by category for easy access.
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Find out more about how AITSL is supporting teachers through its Leading Curriculum Change program and the Australian Charter for the Professional Learning of Teachers and School Leaders and the Australian Teacher Performance and Development Framework.
Six national winners from 48 state and territory finalists were recognised for their expert knowledge, exemplary skills and unwavering commitment to meet the needs of young Australians. Check out their stories.
The report includes key findings from the 2013 National Forum and National Survey. Initial analysis of the baseline data shows that on average, knowledge, use and engagement, opportunities to use the Standards are reasonably high for this stage of implementation.
The one place where AITSL’s online tools and resources for teachers can be found. Resources are freely available, aligned to the Standards and organised by category for easy access.
Our new edition of Teacher Feature now includes Student Voice - a place for teachers and students to share the ways in which young people are being empowered to take ownership of their own learning.