LITERACY, NUMERACY AND AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION’S ROLE – A VIEW FROM THE FEDERAL DEPARTMENT
The Department of Education and Training’s Tony Zanderigo addresses the Sydney Deans’ Forum on October 23.
INDIGENOUS EDUCATION AND TEMAG
ACDE Executive Director, David Templeman, discusses challenges with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education in the context of current teacher education reforms at the ‘Our Mob Teach’ Conference in early October in Adelaide.
ANIMATED ATAR EXPLAINER
A short animation that explains why fewer than one in three initial teacher education students are selected solely on the basis of their ATAR (Academic Tertiary Entrance Rank).
OPENING NEW PATHWAYS
Professor Peter Buckskin and Dr Kaye Price open the MATSITI ‘Our Mob Teach’ Conference in early October.
VIEWS FROM THE ‘OUR MOB TEACH’ CONFERENCE ON INDIGENOUS EDUCATION
Project Director, Professor Peter Buckskin, on achievements of the More Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Teachers Initiative (MATSITI).
INDIGENOUS ACTIVISM, EDUCATION AND THE FUTURE
NSW Deputy Opposition Leader, the Hon. Linda Burney, inspires the MATSITI ‘Our Mob Teach’ Conference with this address.
WHO WE ARE
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.
WHAT THE ACDE DOES