Join Us! Collaborating to Improve the Status of Teachers Forum

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Forum registration:  https://www.trybooking.com/459782. 

On 29 March 2019, at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, the Australian Council of Deans of Education is bringing together education organisations to look at ways in which we can work collaboratively to improve the status of teachers.

Perspectives from different approaches will be put forward in highly interactive sessions before a wider discussion on collective actions we could take as part of a longer-term social change initiative.

ACDE will send out a discussion paper four weeks before the forum for participants’ consideration.

COLLABORATING TO IMPROVE THE STATUS OF TEACHERS FORUM

Friday, 29 March 2019

9.30am to 4.00pm EST

Olympic Room, Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Brunton Avenue, Richmond. Enter via Gate 3

AGENDA

MODERATOR:  Ian Henderson, Former ABC News Presenter and Journalist 

9.30 am          Welcome and Recognition of Traditional Owners

ACDE President, Professor Tania Aspland

9.35 am          Political Perspectives

Invitations have been issued to Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan, Shadow Education Minister, Tania Plibersek, and Greens Leader, Senator Richard Di Natale 

10.20 am        Don’t Shoot the Messenger

 Journalists’ perspectives on media coverage of teaching and teachers

11.00 am        MORNING TEA

11.30 am        In Your Face 

Teacher education students, teachers and prospective students on choosing teaching as a career and their experience of views expressed by parents, peers and other

12.30 pm        LUNCH

1.15 pm          Thinking Outside the (School) Square 

Cross-disciplinary panel on ways to improve public perceptions of teachers and teaching

2.15 pm          Where to From Here? 

Representatives of key education organisations proposefuture steps

3.00 pm          Next Steps

Whole-group discussion facilitated by ACDE President, Professor Tania Aspland

4.00 pm          CLOSE

 

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