Professor Peter Buckskin and Dr Kaye Price open the MATSITI ‘Our Mob Teach’ Conference.
Project Director, Professor Peter Buckskin, on achievements of the More Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Teachers  Initiative (MATSITI).
NSW Deputy Opposition Leader, the Hon. Linda Burney, inspires the 2015 MATSITI  ‘Our Mob Teach’ Conference in October with this address.
A short animation that explains the role of the ATAR (Academic Tertiary Admission Rank) in the selection of initial teacher education students.
The Teaching Academies (formerly School Centres for Teaching Excellence) aim to create more seamless transitions between universities and schools. The program is believed to be a world first.
Why teach? A group of initial teacher education students from Deakin University discuss their motivation.
The Deans of Education have been heavily involved in the development and trialling of the new literacy and numeracy test announced by Education Minister Pyne on 13 February 2015.
Professor Greg Craven on why the trashing of teachers has contributed to the 12.5% drop in teacher education enrollments this year.
MATSITI Project Director, Professor Peter Buckskin calls for improved Indigenous university experiences.
ACDE welcomes the 13 February 2015 release of the Teacher Education Ministerial Advisory Group Action Now, Classroom Ready Teachers Report that emphasises these three key planks of ACDE’s submission.
ACDE agrees with the Federal Government and TEMAG view that teacher education entrants need a range of positive traits. Student selection involves much more than ATAR scores.
TEMAG’s Action Now, Classroom Ready Teachers Report highlights the need for strong partnerships to educate our future teachers. Professor Chris Davison explains why.
Is phonics the best way to teach literacy? Teacher Educator, Associate Professor Mary Mooney, says it’s only part of the answer.
When are teacher education students ready to graduate and teach in classrooms? Teacher Educators give their views.
How good are Australian teachers? Professors Helen Huntly and Christine
Ure on international recognition.
University of NSW Professor Chris Davison says teacher education takes all types.
What does the ACDE do? Board Member, Professor John Williamson on ACDE’s collaborative voice.
TEMAG Chair, Professor Greg Craven, addressing the Deans’ Forum on March 13 about the lack of evidence linking ATAR scores to longer term quality teaching.
Flinders University Lecturer Samantha Schultz on some takeaways from the ACDE MATSITI Engagement and Success Day 2014
Associate Professor Nerida Blair of ACU discusses a new approach to practicums at the MATSITI ACDE Engagement and Success Day 2014
Professor Leanne Holt of  The Wollotuka Institute gives a keynote address to the MATSITI ACDE Engagement and Success Day 2014 (part speech)
University of Queensland Student Alec Warner on the importance of cultural understanding
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