Wednesday , August 23 2017

AITSL resources now online for busy teachers and principals

AITSL has developed a rich body of evidence-based products that teachers and school leaders access through the AITSL website and apps. 

An AITSL spokeperson says Australian teachers and school leaders will find it even easier to find the tools, resources and information they need, thanks to our new intuitive, easy to navigate site.

From video case studies, self-assessment tools and feedback resources, to the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers and Australian Professional Standards for Principals, it’s all there for teachers and school leaders to use.

Minister for education and training, Simon Birmingham, said the new website provided a “one-stop-shop” for teachers to access evidence-based resources to improve their practice across every career stage.

“Providing Australian teachers and school leaders with quick and easy access to these tools and resources will help them make a real difference to student outcomes,” Minister Birmingham said.

“I commend AITSL for its leadership in supporting our teachers and school leaders to strive for excellence and recommend that any educator looking for guidance make use of the one stop shop AITSL has brought together.”

 

 

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Suzy Barry contributes more than a decade of editing and journalism experience, and a background in education to her role as editor of School News, Australia.

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