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Dandenong North Primary School (DNPS) is a prep to year six government school in South-Eastern Melbourne, Victoria.
Education Changemakers helps teachers to become effective leaders and to create social change.
ETDS was designed in 2008 by Associate Professors Jo Lampert and Bruce Burnett to address the issues of teacher quality in low SES schools.
Harris Fields State School (Harris Fields SS), a primary school located in Logan QLD, is an exemplar in the support and development they provide to their early career teachers.
To establish and maintain a successful school, the Principal, Glenn Proctor, and the leadership team were clear about its most important resource – quality teaching staff.
New Teacher Center (NTC) works to effect systemic change to better support and develop effective early career teachers (new teachers).
Rooty Hill High School (RHHS) is located in the Western Suburbs of Sydney serving over 1000 students.
Teach For Australia is an alternative pathway into secondary teaching. Its mission is to help overcome educational disadvantage in Australia by developing outstanding graduates into exceptional teachers and inspirational leaders.
TeachMeets are informal, teacher-led professional development sessions that share practical insights between educators.
Education academics from the University of Western Sydney (UWS) have developed a student engagement pedagogy for teachers in low SES schools.
The Western Australian Institute for Professional Learning (WA IPL) delivers a Graduate Teacher Induction Program (GTIP) to all government school graduates.