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AITSL eNews for educators 

Dear colleague,

We know some of you are, or soon will be, on a well-earned first-term break. This edition of e-news focuses on the National Review of Teacher Registration as we call for written submissions. It's really important that we hear the voice of teachers and principals in the Review process. So as well as written submissions, we will soon have available a short survey for busy principals and teachers to complete.

You can also learn about school leadership and read the new Australian guidelines for leadership development called 'Leading for Impact'.

We hope you enjoy the read.

WANTED - Your bright ideas for the National Review of Teacher Registration

The National Review of Teacher Registration, Expert Panel is now inviting written submissions in response to the National Review of Teacher Registration Consultation Paper.

The Consultation Paper is one part of a broader discussion with education stakeholders on how aspects of the national framework for teacher registration are currently working, and potential areas for improvement.

Submissions will be accepted until midnight, Sunday 29 April 2018.

Make a submission

Your path to leadership has been re-imagined


If you have short term or long term aspirations to be a  school leader, the Leading for impact: Australian guidelines for school leadership are for you. These fresh new guidelines are for modern teachers in a modern world wanting a practical and inclusive roadmap to leadership in 2018 and beyond.

We know that becoming a principal in Australia has historically been a long process, so shake things up with Leading for Impact and receive some advice on how to structure your career and start developing your potential now.

The guidelines are creating quite a buzz and also provide an alternative perspective on leadership and principalship, making it easier to find and develop leaders. 

Download guidelines

Come join the emerging crop of expert (HALT) teachers

If your daily practice includes supporting and mentoring colleagues, leading initiatives and improving your school culture, it may be time to begin your certification journey. AITSL provides a range of opportunities and support for our 473 nationally certified Highly Accomplished and Lead Teachers (HALTs), including inviting all to participate in the annual HALT Summit.

Find out more about the network, and how to take your next step towards certification.

Find out more

Getting the best from your teachers

A principals’ guide to national teacher certification

Launched at the HALT Summit, Getting the best from your teachers explains the national certification process and its relevance to school leaders. It provides practical advice about supporting prospective and current HALTs.

The case studies also demonstrate how principals can more effectively leverage Highly Accomplished and Lead expertise within their schools.

Read now

Educators celebrated with awards

Twelve outstanding teachers and school leaders from across Australia were recently acknowledged at the Commonwealth Bank Teaching Awards. Recipients of the awards demonstrated their significant and measurable impact on student learning through a rigorous application process.

The awardees will now embark on a 12-month fellowship to help them deepen their impact and become bona fide change makers in education.

AITSL is delighted to have participated in the selection panel, and wishes all recipients the best as they continue their excellent work and on the fellowship program.

Learn more

Advance your practice with Self-Assessment Tools

It's simple to take charge of your professional learning. Self-Assessment Tools for teachers and school leaders will help you discover your strengths and areas for development. Set your goals, and check back later to see how you’ve improved your practice.

You can take either the Teacher Self-Assessment Tool or the School Leader Self-Assessment Tool.

Take the Teacher Self-Assessment Tool
Take the School Leader Self-Assessment Tool

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