Copy
AITSL eNews for educators - December 2017 edition 
View HTML version

Hello colleague

As we edge closer to the end of the year, now’s the time to consider strategies to create a culture of quality and continuous improvement in 2018. We've plenty of resources to help get you started! CEO Lisa Rodgers shares highlights of AITSL's submission to the Review to Achieve Educational Excellence in Australian Schools, and we hear from a great principal about the skills and personal attributes that have helped her achieve career success.

Forward
Tweet
Share
Share

CEO Blog: Tuning into what matters

The Review to Achieve Educational Excellence in Australian Schools is a great opportunity for all of us to have a say on how we can strengthen our education system and ensure students receive a quality education. AITSL CEO Lisa Rodgers shares a few highlights from our submission to the Review panel, which crystallises our vision for a more impactful and empowered profession.

Read blog

Are you a teacher that also leads?

Explore how others are using both the Teacher Standards and Principal Standard to guide their professional growth.

Explore now

Transform professional growth in 2018

As you start to plan for the 2018 school year, your are likely thinking about your approach to professional growth. Our resources offer fresh perspectives and strategies for developing yourself and others.

Take a look

Be inspired by a great principal

Getting ready to lead a school means learning new skills and developing important personal qualities. Learn more about what it takes. Hear from Shayne and other inspiring principals from around Australia.

Watch video
Teacher explaining to pre-service teacher

Teaching performance assessments: what you need to know

New standards for initial teacher education courses mean all pre-service teachers will need to pass a rigorous assessment of their classroom performance – called a "teaching performance assessment" (TPA). Find out more about what TPAs mean for you and the long-term benefits for your school.

Learn more

Reading list: Building capacity in others

School leaders have an important role to develop teaching and leadership capacity in others. They help with feedback, evaluation, goal setting, adjusting roles and responsibilities, and providing the right people with the right opportunities to develop new skills. Find out more in our new school leadership reading list.

See reading list
Twitter
Facebook
YouTube
LinkedIn
Copyright © 2017 Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership, All rights reserved.

You have received this communication because you may have previously provided your email to AITSL, registered via our website, enrolled in an AITSL program, or attended an AITSL-organised event. Should you not wish to receive any future communications from us you can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.

Our mailing address is:
Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership
PO Box 299
Collins St West, VIC 8007
Australia

Add us to your address book