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ACDE ACDE @EducationDeans Why has there been an ongoing partisan debate over phonics? https://t.co/59cGMYxP7Y #phonics #literacy @theguardian 5 hours ago
ACDE ACDE @EducationDeans Combatting online bullying is different for girls and boys: here's why via @ConversationEDU @Griffith_Uni https://t.co/k0tkrjyCtH #bullying 3 days ago
ACDE ACDE @EducationDeans Are teenagers aren't reading enough tough books? https://t.co/Jc4ti21EYK #literacy #reading 3 days ago
ACDE ACDE @EducationDeans Plibersek announces national review of post-school education https://t.co/fCGgHPRhjo @stephenmatchett #VET #TAFE #higherEducation 3 days ago
ACDE ACDE @EducationDeans Some US high schools are creating versions of teacher-learner academies to encourage students to look at a career… https://t.co/BNdyiun14h 4 days ago


ACDE Deans’ Fora 2018

  • ACDE Deans’ Forum. Perth. May 4.  Regional, Rural and Remote Education Priorities including Aboriginal and
    Torres Strait Islander interests. Rendezvous Hotel Perth Scarborough. Register here.
  • ACDE Deans’ Forum. Melbourne.  October 26. Topic to be confirmed. Park Royal, Melbourne Airport. (Preceded by AGM and Annual Dinner on October 25).

Associate Professor David Geelan, Chair of ACDE’s Learning and Teaching Network (NADLATE), on the things more experienced teachers see that beginners may not.

Why the 3Rs platform, with its credible resources curated by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders experts, is so important for teacher education students and teachers. AILITEA members discuss.


The Australian Council of Deans of Education (ACDE) is the peak body representing all Australian universities and several of the private colleges that offer initial teacher education degrees. ACDE works to ensure that Australia produces teacher graduates of the highest quality; has a strong teaching profession; and an inclusive and innovative education system that enhances learning and teaching.

Summer May Finlay, Aboriginal PhD Candidate, gives an impassioned call for universities to focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander strengths, not deficits. 

Professor Sue Shore, Chair of ACDE’s education researchers network (cADRE) on looking ahead with learning spaces and the challenges of communicating the role of education researchers


Teachers Mutual Bank is kindly sponsoring projects related to Indigenous Education. Teachers Mutual has been named Bank of the Year and one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies.

A short animation that explains how teacher education students are selected.

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