Wednesday, March 11, 2015

TEMAG Q and A with John Hattie

sMAG members and followers may be interested in the opportunity to participate in a Q and A with John Hattie following the release of the TEMAG report, and government response.
There is particular interest in Recommendation 18, and a view that it can be strengthened.
The information is listed below for interested parties.  
Please download the flyer if interested and liaise with ACEL directly.

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March 12, 2015
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Q & A Forum – Review of Teacher Education
Please join us for some early-evening networking and discussion. We have assembled a panel of highly regarded individuals to discuss and debate the Review of Teacher Education.

When: Wednesday 18 March 2015
Where: University of Melbourne, Level 234 Queensberry St Carlton
Time: 5.00pm (4.30 – 5.00pm networking - drinks and nibbles provided)
Cost: Complimentary
Prof. Field Rickards – Dean, Melbourne Graduate School of Education,
University of Melbourne
Prof. John Hattie – Chair, AITSL. Director, Melbourne Education Research Institute. Melbourne Graduate School of Education
Dr Mary Oski – ICON Director Implementation, Catholic Education Office
Dr Lawrence Ingvarson – Principal Research Fellow, ACER
Judy Crowe – President, Victorian Association of State Secondary Principals
Click here to register online or click here to download the flyer.
TEMAG Survey

The Federal Government released the Teacher Education Ministerial Advisory Group (TEMAG) Report and the Government’s response on Friday February 13th, 2015. Both the TEMAG Report and the Government’s response aim to achieve improvements in both the content and delivery of initial teacher education courses in Australia.
This short 5 minute survey aims to capture the opinion of our membership on a number of ideas presented in the report. We are keen to ascertain “Did the TEMAG get it right?”
Please click here to access the survey. We would be hugely appreciative of your feedback.

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