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Aitsl ictev delegation october 2012


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Aitsl ictev delegation october 2012

  1. 1. ICTEV international delegation Keren Caple General Manager 8 October 2012
  2. 2. AITSL works with the education community to: Define and maintain standards Lead and influence improvement Support and recognise qualityWe don’t... Act as a regulator Produce educational resources for use by children Employ teachers Formulate the national curriculum
  3. 3.  Public statement Common understanding and language Intended for every teacher of every child Define the work of teachers and make explicit the elements of high quality, effective teaching in 21st Century schools Dual purpose – improvement and accountability Map career progression
  4. 4.  7 standards grouped into 3 domains • Professional knowledge – 2 standards • Professional practice – 3 standards • Professional engagement – 2 standards Each standard broken into between 4 and 7 focus areas Each focus area differentiated at 4 career stages (descriptors) • Graduate, Proficient, Highly Accomplished, Lead
  5. 5. Standards for Teachers -improvement Professional learning Peer coaching / observation Self assessment Career progression
  6. 6.  Relevant Collaborative Future Focussed
  7. 7.  Creating a culture of improvement, feedback and growth for all teachers within all schools Recognises the entitlements of teachers to receive feedback and support
  8. 8. Standards referenced: • One career stage • Multiple focus areasInformation about thelesson intentions Instructive – questions to prompt reflectionInformation about thestudents Information about the school context and Links to the Australian geographical location Curriculum where relevant
  9. 9. Standards for Teachers -accountability Graduate Accreditation of initial teacher education Registration Proficient Mandatory Re-registration Highly Certification VoluntaryAccomplished Lead Certification
  10. 10. RegistrationFull registration Evidence against the Proficient Standards Within 5 years of employment No less than 80 days of professional practice Suitability requirementsRenewal of registration 100 hours of Standards-referenced professional learning over 5 years Maintain proficiency and suitability
  11. 11. Certification of Highly Accomplished &Lead Teachers Recognise and promote quality teaching Provide an opportunity for teachers to reflect on their practice Provide a reliable indication of quality teaching that can be used to identify, recognise and/or reward Highly Accomplished and Lead teachers
  12. 12. Context: School, sector, community: socio-economic, geographic: and education systems at local, regional, national and global levels The standard for principals : The role in action Leadership requirementsProfessional practices Vision Knowledge Personal High quality Successful and and qualities, learning, learners, values understanding social and teaching confident interpersonal and creative skills schooling individuals and active Leading teaching and learning informed citizens* Developing self and others Leading improvement, innovation and change Leading the management of the school Engaging and working with the community
  13. 13.  interactive up-to-date repository of the latest research and best-practice in the field of school leadership development designed especially to support the learning and growth of leaders in Australian schools
  14. 14. • Matrix  School Leaders• Activity cards  Roadshow• Scenarios• iTunes Application:• 360 refelction tool• More resources to support the principal to Coming soon implement the National Professional Standards for Teachers
  15. 15. & U > Australian Institute for Teaching and School