More deadly teachers!DUCIER Seminar: Professor Peter Buckskin     www.matsiti.edu.au | info@matsiti.edu.au | 3 December 2012
MATSITI Presentation Contents•   MATSITI overview & progress to date•   Deans of education research findings•   UniSA init...
Key questions1. Project linkages with your work2. Comments on 2013 priorities  – Research focus  – Grants mix  – Event pro...
MATSITI Project Objectives• Increase the number of Aboriginal  and Torres Strait Islander teachers  in Australian schools•...
Overview | More Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Teachers Initiative• 1% of Australian school teachers are  Indigenou...
Policy Context | Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Teacher Workforce Reform                                        Act...
MATSITI Project Governance   School Jurisdictions                                                 Aboriginal and Torres St...
Research | Teacher workforce profile and education award completions
2012 MATSITI Partnerships | ACDE Retention and Graduation Project• Audit of Indigenous student  outcomes in teacher educat...
July 2012 | 200 Teachers | 80 First Nations
Indigenous teachers relative to student population (Government schools)
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers by years teaching experience    700    600    500    400    300    200    1...
Teaching Standard               Graduate   Proficient   Accomplished Lead1.4 Strategies MATSITI Grants           2012 fort...
Comments on MATSITI 2013 priorities• Research focus• Grants mix• Event program• Marketing teachingwww.matsiti.edu.au/docs/...
MATSITI 2013 Work Plan                         Aboriginal and                         Torres Strait Islander              ...
MATSITI Project TeamProfessor Peter Buckskin (Project Director)Professor Paul Hughes*Dr Kaye Price*University of South Aus...
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  • Presentation contents
  • Full Project Plan at www.matsiti.edu.au/docs/MATSITI-project-plan.pdf
  • Full Project Plan at www.matsiti.edu.au/docs/MATSITI-project-plan.pdf
  • See Aboriginal and Toores Strait Islander Education Action Plan 2010-2014Leadership, Quality Teaching and Workforce Development is one of 6 priority domains – the other 5 priorities areReadiness for schoolEngagement and connectionsAttendanceLiteracy and NumeracyPathways to Real Post-School Options
  • Project governance plus the three main sectors the Project will engage with – school jurisdictions, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander educators, and teacher education institutions.Project Working Party includes DEEWR (sponsor), AITSL, ACARA, SCSEEC Indigenous Education Working Group
  • Indigenous workforce data available until 2008 when national collection ceased.
  • Further details and video about the Australian Council of Deans of Education Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Retention and Graduation Projecthttp://matsiti.edu.au/education-deans-meet-to-improve-indigenous-teacher-education/
  • National Workforce dataset
  • First round MATSITI grants to school jurisdictions and teacher education institutions
  • www.matsiti.edu.auSuggested information and news can be forwarded to info@matsiti.edu.au to be considered for inclusion in the site.
  • Graphic version
  • www.matsiti.net – launched at 2012 Teachers are deadly! conference
  • Full Project Plan at www.matsiti.edu.au/docs/MATSITI-project-plan.pdf
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    1. 1. More deadly teachers!DUCIER Seminar: Professor Peter Buckskin www.matsiti.edu.au | info@matsiti.edu.au | 3 December 2012
    2. 2. MATSITI Presentation Contents• MATSITI overview & progress to date• Deans of education research findings• UniSA initiatives• Key questions• 2013 Work Plan This Project is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations through the More Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Teachers Initiative.
    3. 3. Key questions1. Project linkages with your work2. Comments on 2013 priorities – Research focus – Grants mix – Event program – Marketing teaching3. Next steps
    4. 4. MATSITI Project Objectives• Increase the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers in Australian schools• Enhance professional and leadership capabilities of experienced Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers
    5. 5. Overview | More Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Teachers Initiative• 1% of Australian school teachers are Indigenous (5% of students)• $7.5m Initiative over 4 years funded by Australian Government (DEEWR)• Project managed by University of SA• Led and governed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander educators• Project Plan at www.matsiti.edu.au
    6. 6. Policy Context | Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Teacher Workforce Reform Action #33: A National Indigenous Workforce Strategy
    7. 7. MATSITI Project Governance School Jurisdictions Aboriginal and Torres Strait Universities Government schools Islander Communities Schools of Education Catholic schools School and community leaders Indigenous Education Schools Independent schools Professional networks & Research Centres Indigenous Schooling Units Negotiated agreements Negotiated agreements Negotiated agreements MATSITI Project Leadership Project Management TeamIndigenous Reference Group Professor Peter Buckskin Emeritus Professor Paul Hughes Dr Kaye Price Working Party External Project Evaluator MATSITI Contract Management DEEWR Program Delegate Standing Council on School Education and Early Childhood (formerly MCEECDYA)
    8. 8. Research | Teacher workforce profile and education award completions
    9. 9. 2012 MATSITI Partnerships | ACDE Retention and Graduation Project• Audit of Indigenous student outcomes in teacher education• Review of approaches to retention and graduation• Report on course completion and early career experiences• Networks of educators in teacher education and Indigenous units• Institutional plans to improve Indigenous retention, success and graduation rates• Budget: $827,000 http://matsiti.edu.au/education-deans-meet-to-improve-indigenous-teacher-education/
    10. 10. July 2012 | 200 Teachers | 80 First Nations
    11. 11. Indigenous teachers relative to student population (Government schools)
    12. 12. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers by years teaching experience 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Not available 0-5 years 6-10 tears 11-20 years more than 20 yearsDEEWR SiAS survey 2011
    13. 13. Teaching Standard Graduate Proficient Accomplished Lead1.4 Strategies MATSITI Grants 2012 forteaching Aboriginaland Torres StraitIslander students2.4 Understand andrespect Aboriginal andTorres Strait Islanderpeople to promotereconciliation betweenIndigenous and non-Indigenous Australians37 AITSL teaching standards covering studentlearning, content, planning, safe & supportiveenvironment, assessment, professionallearning & community engagement
    14. 14. Comments on MATSITI 2013 priorities• Research focus• Grants mix• Event program• Marketing teachingwww.matsiti.edu.au/docs/MATSITI-2013-Work-Plan-v0.5.pdf
    15. 15. MATSITI 2013 Work Plan Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers and school leaders Schools and school authorities University faculties of education
    16. 16. MATSITI Project TeamProfessor Peter Buckskin (Project Director)Professor Paul Hughes*Dr Kaye Price*University of South Australia08 8302 0562info@matsiti.edu.auwww.matsiti.edu.au *MATSITI Research Associates
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