Professor Greg Craven on  the lack of evidence linking ATAR scores to longer term quality teaching.
Teacher education entrants need a range of positive traits. Student selection involves much more than ATAR scores.
TEMAG Chair, Professor Greg Craven, discusses TEMAG with the ACDE Deans’ Forum in Canberra on March 13.

The Australian Council of Deans of Education (ACDE) represents all Australian universities and several of the private colleges that offer initial teacher education degrees.

The peak association informs higher education policies, strategies, conversations and research and works to ensure that Australia produces teacher graduates of the highest quality.

ACDE

  • Provides members with a forum to debate, develop strategies and share professional learning
  • Aims to enhance the public standing of the education profession
  • Promotes the importance of evidence-based higher education practices and policies
  • Supports the funding, recognition and conduct of research in education and the training of researchers
  • Partners with national organisations to influence policy and practice in education
We need for strong partnerships to educate our future teachers.
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