The Teacher Learning Network network helps CRTS with PD.

To register with the
Teacher Learning Network registered at www.crtpd.comwebsite.

CRTpd program there are free CRT events to attend and are fully funded by the Department of Education and Training.

Registration this link

Understand metacognitive strategies

· Mornington Peninsula

Monday 24th September 2018, 09:30 PM - 01:00 PM

· South Melbourne Thursday 27th September 2018, 09:30 PM - 01:00 PM



Join us for our next evening of courses on 29th of August. Due to their popularity we have increased the participant capacity for some of them. So jump on and register as places are limited.

CRT825 Numeracy education across curriculum in primary schools

CRT829 Overview of differentiation as defined in High Impact Teaching Strategies

CRT827 Behaviour management and trauma informed practice

CRT824 Encouraging Primary Students to speak to groups

Click here to find out more Information and Register
Other Webinars Open for Registration

CRT826 Using apps to enhance questioning techniques

Monday Sep 10 2018, 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM

CRT830 The research and history of behaviour management

Monday Sep 10 2018, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM

CRT831 The benefits of quality feedback

Monday Sep 10 2018, 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM

Regional Workshop Streamed (Head to the Regional PD section for more information)
CRT844 – South Melbourne, Understanding metacognitive strategies - Online

Thursday Sep 27th 2018, 9:30AM - 1:00PM

CRT834 Engaging an EAL/D parent community

Monday Oct 15 2018, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM

CRT833 Structuring formative assessment and using these to monitor student progress and assess student achievement

Monday Oct 15 2018, 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM

CRT835 Informal feedback strategies

Monday Oct 15 2018, 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM

CRT832 Creative Writing Strategies for the Primary classroom

Monday Oct 15 2018, 07:30 PM - 08:30 PM

CRT836 Increasing students vocabulary in the secondary classroom

Wednesday Oct 31 2018, 04:30 PM - 05:30 PM

CRT838 Strategies for assisting EAL/D students in primary school

Wednesday Oct 31 2018, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM

CRT839 Child Safe Standards

Wednesday Oct 31 2018, 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM

CRT837 Handling challenging behaviour in the heat of the moment

Wednesday Oct 31 2018, 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM

CRT842 Understanding restorative practice

Monday Nov 12 2018, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM

CRT840 VIT Code of Conduct

Monday Nov 12 2018, 04:30 PM - 05:30 PM

Can't make the advertised time? Check out 'On Demand'

All of our live webinars are recorded and uploaded to the 'On Demand' section of our website. There you can access all the past recording from the last year of CRT PD.

Click for On Demand

Face to Face Workshops

Collaborative Learning Strategies

Collaborative learning (small group work) has a measurable effect on students learning outcomes. Research shows that working collaboratively is a required skill for our future learners. This course showcases a few different strategies that establish an atmosphere of cooperation and collaboration in class and allows students to actively participate in negotiating roles, responsibilities and outcomes.

Understanding metacognitive strategies

This course looks at metacognitive teaching strategies that empower students to think. It is an insight into the theory and how it might be translated into day to day classroom practice. Students need the skills to understand their own thinking and the processes needed to make conclusions, create new ideas, and to reflect on themselves as learners. These are all skills needed to exist as a 21st century learner.

Monday Mar 05 2018, 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT803 Cybersafety

Monday Mar 05 2018, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT804 Creating clear learning intentions

Monday Mar 05 2018, 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT807 Teacher presence in the classroom

Monday Mar 19 2018, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT809 Using questions to assess student understanding

Monday Apr 23 2018, 05:30 PM - 07:30 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT810 Clarifying what learning success looks like

Monday Apr 23 2018, 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT811 VIT registration – Provisional to full registration

Wednesday May 09 2018, 04:30 PM - 05:30 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT813 Project-based learning

Wednesday May 09 2018, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT812 Differentiating and setting challenging learning goals for students

Wednesday May 09 2018, 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT815 Creating learning opportunities through meaningful questioning technique

Monday May 28 2018, 05:30 PM - 07:30 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT816 Structuring a lesson for effective learning

Monday May 28 2018, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT821 VIT registration – What do it in an audit?

Wednesday Jun 13 2018, 04:30 PM - 05:30 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT822 Using questioning techniques to create student feedback opportunities

Monday Jul 30 2018, 05:30 PM - 07:30 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT819 Setting up classrooms expectations (School-Wide Positive Behaviour Support)

Monday Jul 30 2018, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT825 Numeracy education across curriculum in primary schools

Wednesday Aug 29 2018, 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT827 Behaviour management and trauma informed practice

Wednesday Aug 29 2018, 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT826 Using apps to enhance questioning techniques

Monday Sep 10 2018, 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT830 The research and history of behaviour management

Monday Sep 10 2018, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT831 The benefits of quality feedback

Monday Sep 10 2018, 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT834 Engaging an EAL/D parent community

Monday Oct 15 2018, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT833 Structuring formative assessment and using these to monitor student progress and assess student achievement

Monday Oct 15 2018, 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT835 Informal feedback strategies

Monday Oct 15 2018, 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT839 Child Safe Standards

Wednesday Oct 31 2018, 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT837 Handling challenging behaviour in the heat of the moment

Wednesday Oct 31 2018, 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT842 Understanding restorative practice

Monday Nov 12 2018, 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Click here for more information and to register

CRT840 VIT Code of Conduct

Monday Nov 12 2018, 04:30 PM - 05:30 PM
Click here for more information and to register

In 2017 TLN ran 45 online courses and 10 face to face courses. Over 3700 successful completions of courses occurred.

The TLN had teacher CRT including:

· The on-demand courses were available at all hours.

· The PD was aligned to the Victoria priority document Education State, which means that CRTs were receiving the same types of PD to which permanent teachers had access through their schools

· The PD was free, which helped many CRTs re-register with the VIT

· The online format was friendly and welcoming, and allowed CRTs to make connections where they had felt isolated previously

· The online format helped CRTs upskill their ICT skills

2018 program

The education dept and TLN have agreed on the 2018 program of webinars and face to face courses.

Contacting the TLN

If you are having technical difficulties or want to know the answer to a question, please phone 03 9418 4992 and our email is

The Victorian education dept are working with the Teacher learning network to provide PD to staff.
Please visit the web site if you are a Victorian teacher
CRTs can register for access and immediately start booking online workshops.
CRT staff in the state have an opportunity to access to the PD on offer.
Face to Face PD will be streamed live online.

A list of suggested Vic education dept sites and processes relating to PD

A list of suggested Vic education dept sites and processes relating to PD -

Professional Learning model

A this short video provides further information.

AITSL Australian Professional Standards for Teachers online toolkit and resources

This AITSL site includes great resources to illustrate good practice aligned to the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers standards.

Teaching and Learning Toolkit Australia

The Australian Teaching and Learning Toolkit is an accessible summary of educational research.

Web-based Professional Learning activities

Protecting Children – Mandatory Reporting and Other Obligations eLearning module

DET’s policy requires all persons in government schools with a VIT registration to undertake the Protecting Children - Mandatory Reporting and Other Obligations eLearning module. If CRTs require a certificate of completion, they should enter eight zeros in the space provided for Teacher ID. Username: education (in lower case) Password: employee (in lower case)

Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership - Education State Twilight Seminars

Education State Twilight Seminar 1: Excellence in Teaching and Learning

Education State Twilight Seminar 2: Positive Climate for Learning

Education State Twilight Seminar 3: Professional Leadership

Education State Twilight Seminar 4: Community Engagement in Learning

The Melbourne Graduate School of Education Dean’s Lecture Series provides a platform for discussion and debate in the education community. Dean’s Lectures take place throughout the year and feature internationally renowned experts from Australia and overseas. All Dean’s Lectures are free and open to the public. The 2016 Dean’s Lecture Series will be announced in January 2016.

Monash University Faculty of Education

Monash University Faculty of Education Dean’s Lecture Series – each lecture is presented by a leading academic from the Faculty, will discuss key issues in the Education community. The 2016 Dean's Lecture Series program will be available shortly for 2016.

Deakin University Alumni webinars

Watch the Deakin University Alumni webinars to be inspired, broaden your thinking, learn and network. These professional webinars are held regularly throughout the year on a wide range of topics.

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CRT Networks

Currently CRT networks are operating in a range of regional locations. If you wish to join one of these networks please contact the relevant coordinator.

Blogs have been created by some network leaders and provide links to professional learning opportunities. If a network's name is highlighted in blue then it is linked to a blog.


Anna de Villiers


Joy Greenway


Wendy Talbot


Wendy Talbot


Julie Webster

Rowville (Eastern)

Heather Thompson


Gaye Guest


Rachel Leben


Nina Pascoe


Melinda Klock

Somerville / Mornington Peninsula

Wendy Talbot

South Morang

Clare Hallahan

South West Gippsland

Wendy Talbot

Traralgon (La Trobe Valley)

Ian Conabere


Wendy Talbot


Elizabeth Knight

Western metro / Pasco Vale North

Betty Stergiopoulos

Wimmera / Horsham

Shayne Keenan


Melinda Klock

If you are thinking of setting up a network in your area and require guidance, please email

Welcome to the Wimmera CRT Network.

Welcome to the Wimmera CRT Network.

About the networks and the Wimmera Horsham CRT network.
In 2008 the Victorian Institute of Teaching started a program of providing an avenue for relief teachers to meet regularly, share information and gain knowledge. They started providing the support and guidance to assist those interested in forming locally based volunteer support networks run by local CRTs for local CRTs. The VIT doesn't run the networks, each network is an independent group. To date they have created 25 existing CRT Support Networks and have every intention of offering support to start new networks too.

The Wimmera Horsham CRT Support Network has existed since around 2010. The CRT Network is focused on the Professional Development of relief teachers, there will be opportunities for interested teachers to attend workshops and for social events.

Please email

for more information.

If you wish to attend any pd activities or post a comment, you need to contact the email for the Horsham Wimmera network.

This website offers an inexpensive way to participate in Professional Learning. Share your ideas and experiences with other Casual Relief Teachers.
The story of Professional Development and the VIT.

Remember the VIT standards when undertaking PD.

There are 7 standards.

Relate PD to those standards.

There are many items that might be considered PD -:

Attend a session like PD with the dept like the edustar program.

Go online to research the five Es.

Prepare a model for an art class.

A phone call comes the night prior for CRT duties.

Attend a morning school briefing.

Attend after school functions as with a guest speaker.

Undertake some readings with an education emphasis.

It might be a newspaper article or academic item. Remember keep the story or date and page etc.

Attend a special session like the recent UB speaker on parenting.

Attend union pd.

Go online and check the union PD details.

Read some books if a librarian in a school.

Undertake a formal course i.e.: CPR as run by the Horsham Hub.

Learn a new skill i.e.: how to make a blog.

Attend a union meeting.

Watch a dvd like Bill Rogers on class room management.

Attend another regions VIT CRT PD day.

Remember if working as a CRT in a school ask the principal or others PLEASE if you can attend the PD happening when you are to the school.

There are many examples of PD.

The VIT can help clarify some other examples of PD.

What is evidence for PD?

The VIT have PDI and teacher identified PD.

If you undertake a formal course the PDI maybe in the online listing.

Otherwise it will be teacher identified PD as listed above.

What type of evidence do I require to prove the PD?

Copy of the newspaper story as for personal readings. Page number and title as for personal readings.

Academic record as for University of Ballarat formal studies.

Certificate of attendance as with a VIT CRT network day.

Receipt for PD as with the Horsham HUB if attending the CPR session.

Copy of the web pages viewed with date as for personal research.

Ask the principal or his PD person of a school to please sign your diary if you attend an after school session as for a guest speaker.

Some schools will give a certificate of attendance.

How much time do I require for VIT PD?

Most people require 20 hours yearly.

Some people are still on the old process of 100 hours for five years.

What is an audited of PD by the VIT?

They may wish to review details of your PD so keep records.

It does happen to some teachers.

It does not happen to every person.

Remember please keep paper records or upload the details to the myvit site.

If you need to help with recording the PD remember to visit the MYVIT web site or download this file.


Help I urgently need PD because I do not have enough for the VIT registration.

The simplest way is to pay a provider for some PD.

It might be you are a Graduate Of Secondary education person then undertake some formal studies i.e.:

off campus via a Graduate Of Primary units with Murdoch WA.

on campus via a Master of Education.

A TAFE course or units as with University of Ballarat.

Remember the VIT have web pages that list appropriate post graduate course so visit the VIT web site.

Also visit the other VIT regional web pages they may be offering PD.

Finally what if I have query regarding my PD.

Contact the VIT to clarify a particular issue on 1300 888 067

Please remember keep the records.



Sept VIT Run PD held in Horsham

Nov Ultra net training by the Education Dept for CRT staff.

Dec Christmas End of Year Luncheon.

Dec Set up Local www pages.


FEB 13th 4 to 6 pm CRT Evening Horsham with Dawn Colcott of the VIT.
contact for attendance details please.

June Meeting with Education dept for CRT PD funding

Sept CRT PD supported by the dept. Edustar PD.

Dec 2012 Xmas CRT Christmas Party.

April 2013 DVD PD session 4 hours.
Viewing a selection of educational DVDs and discussion of PD for the network.

Since August 2012 the Horsham Network have had or recommended various hours of Free Face to Face PD being

a. PC in education in Sept. 2012. 5 hours
b. DVD session of education videos 4 hours April 2013
c. Plus made people aware of guest speaker to University of Ballarat 2 hours Sept. 2012
d. Guest speaker Horsham College 2013 April 3 hours .
e. Autism event Horsham uniting church August 2013 3 hours.
f. Teenagers Motivate and Communicate Horsham College August 2013 2 hours.
g. Gratitude Speaker - University Ballarat August 2013 2 hours.

Advise members of HUB PD 2013
Free nights Sept. 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th plus Oct, 7th and 14th 2013.
Topics overall being Digital literacy.
Each evening runs approximately 6 to 8-30 pm
Via HUB Horsham Learning Centre.
Telephone: (03) 5381 6701

Wimmera HUB Inc. PO Box 859 Horsham, VIC 3400


Feb 2014 Zartart product knowledge event held at Horsham West Primary School. Local CRT members attend event.

March 2014 Members attended a session on teaching students with autism. Speaker from the Education Dept. Event held at the Horsham Regional education office.

2014 Kath Walker Play based learning referral to local school of members for PD.

2015 ZartArt event Horsham West School.
2015 Anti Cyber Bullying Horsham College.
2015 Dyslexia event Horsham Golf Club with Karen Starkiss.
2015 Ian Lillico Boys and Education referral to local school for event.

2015 Karen Starkiss dyslexia speaker.

2015 Community University event Warracknabeal Health Centre - day of speakers.

2015 Mindfulness and learning Monash University Speaker at Fed University.

2015 Mental Health Forum and student care uniting care group.

2016 March ZartArt event Horsham West school.

2016 Sept Gifted Children - event at St Brigid's College Horsham. 2 hours plus of PD.

Using a Free on-line Open2Study course for VIT PD.

"Last year I took on one of these free short courses and am about to do another. I did 2013 Photoshop for the Classroom. It was provided by CSU Charles Sturt University. It lasted 6 weeks and took me about 10 hours per week.
My problem is that I don't have a modern enough computer and fast enough Internet for the course. This was solved by downloading the on-line lectures at our local library after they had happened and putting them onto a USB to view at home. I couldn't get anywhere near the version of the software used (available free on the web) to match my computer's abilities, but went back to a version of it that fitted my computer. It did not do all the whizz-bang stuff that was on the lectures, but I could find the basic operations this was based on and so complete the course.
Students in this course had to upload a required weekly activity. Each week, I reported my time to my VIT PD records, including the time watching the Lecture and doing the practical exercises as professional learning - ensuring that what I created with them could be used for a specific use in a school. I uploaded what I created and a short explanation of how it could be used in future, as evidence for each week for my PD time.
I found this a very acceptable way to accumulate PD time, under the teacher identified activity section. There was also an on-line multiple-course test at the end of the course. To get the statement of completion, you could qualify with a pass on the test, submission of all exercises or with both. This pdf statement listed how you had qualified for it and the result on the MC test if you took it- this I also put into my VIT PD records.
I am now about to undertake another course. I would recommend others take a look at what is available FREE on the web, and how you can use it for teacher identified activity for you VIT PD"
A rural based Wimmera CRT .



Due to the dept review of funding there were no PD Workshops scheduled 2014.
The resumption of some funding happened in 2015.

Funding of PD happened in 2016. Members were advised of events in Ballarat.

2017 Funding was provided to the TLN teacher leanring network for online PD and to other networks. Horsham gained no PD days sadly.

2014 Premier's Active Families Challenge.
The Premiere's Active Families Challenge is now open for entry for the 2014 year. Along with this there's advice for teachers on how to implement active activities into classrooms. Please view the detail For Teachers page. If you scroll to the bottom there's a
link to download a Teacher's resource (PDF).
This resource provides the teacher with:
Evidence about the importance of physical activity in schools
How to build physical activity into your weekly timetable
A guide to selecting your activities
Teaching tips related to physical activity
30 activities ready to go – each linked to Victorian
Essential Learning Standards (VELS) Each activity is quite well set out including all of the information you need to successfully run a session. Indoor/outdoor, equipment required, rules, activity focus etc. It also includes a handy diagram in case the words aren't quite clear on how the game is played.

Professional Learning Resources

Keep a track of your Professional Development Reading and Activities by using the following form - Standards Referenced Professional Development Activites

40 weeks, 40 classrooms! YOUTUBE CHANNEL
ACER Publications
Adolescent Learning - Andrew Fuller
Artists House Music YOUTUBE CHANNEL
Asia Education Foundation
Assessment Professional Learning Modules
Australian Institute for Teaching & School Leadership
Australian Journal of Teacher Education
Australian Synchrotron

Autism : Positive Partnerships Online Learning
'The Benefits of Behaving Badly' - Jo Lange
Bill Rogers Behavior Management audiovisual
Casual Relief Teachers Professional Learning Support Initiative - Outline & Guidelines
The Digest
Dyslexia Online Magazine

Dyslexia Teacher

e5 Instructional Model
Education Services Australia
Educators Guide to Innovation

FUSE - Primary & Secondary
Global Digital Citizen Foundation 21st Century Fluencies
Grattan Institute School Education
Inside Teaching
Inspire Magazine
Koorie Learning Resources
The educators guide to Learning Disabilities & ADHD (LD Online)
Landcare Education
Learning Disabilities Online
Learning Spaces Framework

The DEECD Magazine Shine (Jan 2009-Dec2010)
The DEECD Magazine INSIGHT (Jan 2011-onwards)
Monash University Research Group Activities
MoneySmart Australian securities & investment commission
Motivating Learning in Young Children
Making Multicultural Australia for the 21st century
Mr Farwig's Phys Ed
National Digital Learning Resources Network
PatricJMT (Maths).
PDi Reading List
The Portfolio Project: Assessing teachers for Professional Certification
The Professional Identity of Relief Teachers by Dawn Colcott
Prof. Robin Alexander articles on the power of talk in teaching & learning
Research Publications
Sharing Practice - Independent Schools Victoria
Shine Magazine
Smart at Math
SOLO Taxonomy (John Biggs)
Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL)
Teachers TV
TED Ideas Worth Sharing
The Education Age
The Hunt Institute
Today's Schools
TRIBES Learning Community

Victorian Indigenous Education Association Inc.
Victorian Institute of Teaching YOUTUBE CHANNEL
Youth Mental Health Resources

Registration And The VIT.

All teachers working in government, catholic and Lutheran schools need to have registration, provisional registration or permission to teach.
For registration please contact the VIT.
All teachers need 20 hours of PD per year.
For registration the VIT will require relevant academic records, evidence of past teaching and your maintenance of PD and teaching as well as a working with children's check.
If you wish to return to teaching please contact the VIT.
If necessary a returning teacher may need to complete a refresher course as run by the education dept.

Details on
Details on refreshercourse

Teaching Standards: A Nationally Consistent Approach

The Victorian Institute of Teaching conducted informational
sessions in October 2012 throughout the state for principals and school leaders. These sessions were in general a brief on the changes happening to registration as Australia moves towards National Standards for teachers.
In Victoria, there are approx 118,765 registered teachers
of these, 102,645 are fully registered, which means 1/10 teachers are provisionally registered.
Of the new registrants this year, 1,000 teachers have overseas qualifications, 756 have interstate qualifications and 4300 new Victorian qualifications.
In order to register with the VIT, you must have an approved qualification or equivalent and proof of at least 80 days teaching practice. A principal or similar will confirm that you've conducted this teaching practice and that you're competent enough to be registered. A major change effecting overseas-trained teachers is that teaching practice obtained overseas will no longer qualify you for full registration. It means being provisionally registered for 2 years, during which time to prove yourself a competent teacher by conducting at least 80 days of teaching practice within Australia/NZ
and gain a recommendation from a local principal/school leader who's observed your professional teaching manner.

The 80 days maybe from various schools.

Click here for a detailed graph of the new registration process
for provisionally registered teachers, and here for a support
website geared towards provisionally registered teachers in Victoria.
To renew registration now you need 10 days teaching practice and 20 hours professional development.
Teaching practice can be anything from tutoring to a full-time
teaching position, so long as you prove that you've acquired the standards.

The new National Professional Standards for Teachers have been developed by the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) to "reflect and build on national and international evidence that a teacher's effectiveness has a powerful impact on students, with a broad consensus that teacher quality is the single-most important in school factor
influencing student achievement. Effective teachers can be a source of inspiration and, equally importantly, provide a dependable and consistent influence on young people as they make choices about further education, work and life".

These standards are split into three domains: Professional
knowledge, Professional Practice and Professional Engagement, and for the large part stay fairly consistent to the VIT teaching standards they replace despite moving from 8
standards to 7.
The renewal process is currently transitioning from every 5 years to annually, due September 30th every year.

The VIT requires the normal payment by Sept 30th
each year. If a teacher is late making payment the cost is a $30 late fee in addition to their renewal fee unless they are able to communicate extenuating circumstances that have caused their delay. Teachers must provide suitability to be a teacher (current and satisfactory National Criminal History Record
Check, declarations related to suitability) and Professional Practice (at least 10 days teachings in the past year, at least 20 hours professional development activities). When declaring your Professional Development, you must now reference the National Standards rather than the Victorian.
All the new nationally consistent elements of teacher registration will go into effect December 31, 2012 for new teachers. The new renewal process won't affect
those teachers already in the system until October 1, 2013.

Education PD and trips or excursions.

Remember if you travel some educated related visits they maybe where possible equal some PD.
They may include excursions to -
a. other school.
b. a university.
c. a museum or education related centre like the science museum.
Thus it is possible to gain some PD.
Remember to relate the trip education visit to the VIT standards.
It may also equal a tax deduction some part of such a trip.
To prove you attended these locations where possible keep -
a. ticket entry butts.
c. programs.
d. photos if you attend.
e. visitor book entry where possible.
To achieve the following it maybe possible to photograph your entry to a visitor book with a digital camera.
In some cases it may require you contacted a school or similar before taking the trip.
Your principal may have provided you with a letter.
Remember think about how a trip can add to your understanding and learning re education.
As an example if on a holiday break you visited sovereign hill you might relate it the education AUSVELS and your pd re the VIT.
In some cases there are education officers to these locations and they may explain what is available for student learning.
This may involve interaction with colleagues.
Please think how a trip may relate to your PD.
It maybe a part of a trip that is pd so remember to calculate carefully the components.
The ideas expressed above are suggestions and not mandatory.
Please accept or reject any parts you as a teacher think do not apply to your situation.


term dates
Term 1: 29 January (school teachers start) to 29 March (Thursday) *
Term 2: 16 April to 29 June
Term 3: 16 July to 21 September
Term 4: 8 October to 21 December

Term 1: 29 January (school teachers start) to 5 April *
Term 2: 23 April to 28 June
Term 3: 15 July to 20 September
Term 4: 7 October to 20 December

Term 1: 28 January (school teachers start) to 27 March *
Term 2: 14 April to 26 June
Term 3: 13 July to 18 September
Term 4: 5 October to 18 December

Term 1: 27 January (school teachers start) to 1 April *
Term 2: 19 April to 25 June
Term 3: 12 July to 17 September
Term 4: 4 October to 17 December

Term 1: 28 January (school teachers start) to 8 April *
Term 2: 26 April to 24 June
Term 3: 11 July to 16 September
Term 4: 3 October to 20 December

Term 1: 27 January (school teachers start) to 6 April *
Term 2: 24 April to 23 June
Term 3: 10 July to 15 September
Term 4: 2 October to 20 December

Term 1: 29 January (school teachers start) to 28 March *
Term 2: 15 April to 28 June
Term 3: 15 July to 20 September
Term 4: 7 October to 20 December?

Term 1: 28 January (school teachers start) to 4 April *
Term 2: 22 April to 4 July
Term 3: 21 July to 19 September
Term 4: 6 October to 19 December

* The first day of Term 1 is a student-free day in all government schools to allow for appropriate planning to take place for the arrival of students. Each year government schools are provided with four student-free days for professional development, school planning and administration, curriculum development, and student assessment and reporting purposes. The remaining three student-free days are determined by each individual school, so contact your school for details.

Scootle for VIT registered CRTs

The VIT negotiated access to Scootle and Scootle Community for all VIT registered teachers, whether they are associated with a school or CRTs.

Scootle gives teachers access to thousands of digital resources and a connection with a professional learning community where you can share expertise. So, if you are a VIT registered, you can join the VIT group on Scootle.

Follow the instructions below to register.

Victorian Institute of Teaching - CRT registration
VIT registered teachers are eligible to register for access to Scootle and Scootle Community by filling in the online registration form at the following URL:

Register using your email address as your username, provide some personal information and establish a password. A confirmation email will be sent to validate your registration.

These are very basic instructions. The user guide for Scootle can be located at and the latest infographic 10 Ways to Use Scootle can be accessed on the Scootle blog.
Help in troubleshooting Scootle is available at

Quick Links

Quick Links




VIT Links





Please note the AUSVELS will take over from the VELS progressively post 2013

Location Two


VELS Detail from




The Montessori group.
An alternative education process at

July is tax time.

It means teachers need to consider valid deductions like
Books for classroom use.
Text books for studies.
Blank CD and DVD to back up work.
Portable drives to back up work.
New PC - deprecations.
PC repairs.
Net time if locating teaching resources.
Course fees.
Course books for studies.
Travel if attending a course related to PD.
Phone calls relating to work and studies.
Art materials - paint - paper and pencils.
Science materials if preparing a science lesson.
Safety equipment for yard dirty - whistle and hat.
Paper for printer.
Printer cartridges.
New printer if purchased
Ruler and compasses if needed.
Plastic covers for items to be kept in
Lamination sheets if laminating.
Computer software - new office 2013.
PC cost if renting.
Union fees if to teacher union or to education group history association.
Subscriptions as to art magazine if art teacher.
Travel if to bring large work for classes as with art teachers.
I have listed some items you may consider.
Think about what you spend getting a class ready during the year.
Keep the receipts if you are reviewed by the tax office.
Note well these are suggested items for deductions. Get professional advise if you require further details please.



WEBSITES Disclaimer.
The websites listed were collated from other CRT networks in the State of Victoria. Our group acknowledge the work undertaken by other groups preparing their web links. If a website does not work it maybe an inactive link. If you wish to contact the Wimmera Horsham CRT network by email to address the problem of a lost link, please use the email associated with this www page.
As a CRT network, these www sites are offered to CRT to consider for teachers own use.
If a CRT wishes to contact our group about sites they have found useful please email our group at the email address associated with this page. Remember that reading on line and professional journals helps towards your registration renewals.
Note well the web links were reviewed 2013 March. Web links may change. You are welcome to advise the group if the links have changed. Email re changes.
There are many websites for teachers to use including the following

Some job providers

catholic employment ballarat

catholic jobsmelbourne

state government jobs list

teacher on the net employment

Other sites of interest
Australian Council for Educational Research
Careers - Vic Govt Teaching Vacancies
Catholic Education Commission of Victoria (salary and conditions)
Catholic Education Employment Documents including "The Teacher in the Catholic School
catholic R.E Accreditation
DEET - Northern Territory
Dept. Education - NSW
Dept. Education - Queensland
Dept. Education - Tasmania
Dept. Education - Western Australia
Education Age
FUSE - DEECD Teacher Resources
Institute for Habits of Mind
My School
Pdi - The Right Choice
Positive Partnerships - Online PD Training
Resource Ed Personnel
National Curriculum Board
The National Education Directory of Australia
Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA)
VIT Professional Reading
Australian Curriculum Consultation Website
Blueprint for Early Education and Childhood Development
Conversations beyond the classroom: Blogging in a professional development course Dawn Colcott's article "The Professional Identity of Relief Teachers"
DEECD - BASTOW Institute - Willing to Lead Publications
DEECD - Online Professional Learning Program
Dyslexia Online Magazine
Dyslexia Teacher
EQA magazine in print and electronic format
Inside Teaching Magazine
Inspire Magazine
iTeach Issue March 2009
Evaluating the impact of professional learning (video DEECD)
Keeping records of professional development activities for CRTs
LD Online
Love and Reilly - Speech Language Pathologists
MCEETYA Melbourne Declaration
National Curriculum Board
Parenting Ideas
Pdi - Reading List
Pdi Fact Sheet - Professional reading for renewal
Research articles on how music promotes learning
State Library of Victoria
Student Learning Newsletter
Sue King's Room 13 Teacher Space
The Teacher's Corner
Teachers Tool Kit magazine
HYPERLINK "" Teachers TV

The Age
The Digest
The Principles of Learning and Teaching P-12 (PoLT)
VELS Stages of Learning
Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority
Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT)
VIT - iteacher publications
VIT - Professional Practice Publications
VIT - The Digest Publications
Professional Associations
ICT in Education Victoria
e-5 Resources
e5 Instructional Model (downloadable PDF)
Bullying - Find Out More
Anti-Bullyiing Network (Scotland)
Bullying. No Way!
Friendly Schools and Families
Kidscape (UK)
National Centre Against Bullying
No Bully (NZ)
Stop Bullying Me (Canada)
Stop Bullying Now (US)
The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
e-Learning / ICT / IWB
Blogs - DEECD
e-Learning & ICT
EUP - Online Unit Planner
Get Smart Interactive Activities
Interactive Whiteboard Resources
Lynn Reedy - Middle School IWB's
Lynn Reedy High School IWB's
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
Primary SMART Notebook - Lesson Plans
Secondary SMART Notebooks - Lesson Plans
Teacher Tube
Art and Music lesson plans and worksheets
Art Attack - a great range of art ideas - worth exploring.
General English Sites
Read Write Think (US)
Sparkle Box (UK)
Star Fall
Story Nory
Story Online
Teaching Ideas and Strategies
The Story Home
Literacy - Reading
Big Ideas in Beginning Readers (US)
Cuing systems: Analyzing reading behaviors
Guide to Guided Reading
Online Storybooks
Readers Circles
Reading Rockets
Story Maker
What is Guided Reading?
Literacy - Writing
Graphic Organizers to help children classify ideas and communicate more effectively 
Jenny Eather - Writing Fun (AU)
Poetry as we see it
Prompts with Pictures
Scholastic - Writing with Writers
Shocked Poetry
Short Stories: 10 Tips for Creative Writers (Kennedy and Jerz)
Simile, metaphor, idioms, personification, extended metaphor
Targeting Text - A Guided Writing Project
Writing - Paragraphs
Writing - The purpose of a sentence
Writing Checklist
Literacy - Grammar / Spelling
Grammar - Interactive Writing
Grammar - Paragraphs
Grammar - Sentences
Grammar Practice Park
learning to read with phonics - activities for juniors.
Interactive games and resources for primary children and teachers.
Puzzles and brain teasers
Puzzles, quizzes, games and stories for ESL and mainstream.
Literacy games bbc uk
Java Games: Matching, concentration, word search, and flashcards.
Spelling - Words which contain a specified pair of letters
Spelling it Right - Learn How to Spell Confidently
Spelling Skills (UK)
A Maths Dictionary For Kids
A Plus Maths - improve math skills interactively
Booster Sea Mission - Interactive Maths
Build a City using WORD
Chance - Die & Graphs
Cool Math Games
Create aSymmetrical Window Using Paint
Fibonacci Numbers and Nature
Fraction - Interactive Games
Fractions from AAAMath
Maths games including board and calculator games.
Homeschool Online Maths Links
Improper Fractions
Math: Smart Board Activities
Mathematic Skills for Grades 3-6 (US)
Maths Net
Online interactive activities
Resources for maths teachers to incorportate ICT into their programs
Rice University's Mathematics Dept Online Lessons
Smart Kiddies
SPLAT SQUARE - Intearctive 1 to 100
Teaching Tables (UK)
Walso Maths 11yrs - 19yrs
Space, Astronomy & Physics
Astronomy for kids
BBC Space - best suited to Senior Students
NASA for kids
Stellarium - Free Planetarium Application for your computer
Window to the Universe - Perfect for Primary
Exploring Cultural Diversity Diverse Australia Program
Kate Leeming - cycles across Africa
Lore of the land
Museum Victoria
United Nations Cyber School Bus
Victorian Multicultural Commission
General Education Resources
BBC Schools - Focus 11-16yrs (UK)
Discovery Education
High School Activities (US)
Interactive online courses for secondary schools, covering physics, chemistry, electronics, mathematics and advanced physics
Quiz Hub K-12 (US)
School Zone (UK)
Teacher Tap
The Problems Site - Games, Problems, Puzzles
Tiny Planets –
Top Marks Education (UK)
Yahoo Education Directory
How to draw
how to draw
how to draw step by step 
Colouring Pictures
colouring pictures
more colouring pictures
disney colouring pictures
word Puzzles
word search make your own
educationalword search
Power points for teachers
power points on various topics to download
powerpoints for teaching many topics
mrdonnlessonplans and useful site
Learning Federation
Wiki - twitter4teachers
free educational resources
maths games and ideas
Cool tools for school
Free printable graphic organizers
Thinkers Keys, has some free downloadable books
5,000 free printable pages and worksheets
funtatic games
learning page
PE games
Activities, lesson ideas
Art Attack instructions on art projects
free resources
Links to other teacher sites in the UK 
Teaching heart
Enchanted learning
home school 
Maths activities by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (USA)
Education Network Australia - on line newsletter

USEFUL Icebreaker links

Ice Breakers on
Free Icebreakers on Teachers Pay

Aboriginal Cultural Awareness (DET)
Anaphylaxis e-training course free
Asthma First Aid Online Training
Concept to Classroom - WNET (USA)
Coursera - International University short courses
connect.ed - Cybersafety online learning program
edX - International University short courses
Electroboard Training Online
Future Learn - International University short Courses
Open Course Ware - UCIrvine
Open2Study - Australian University Short Courses
Pearsons Professional Learning ($)
Positive Partnerships - Online
Professional Learning in a Digital Age starts 4 August 2014
Teaching Computer Science Fundamentals
Teacher Learning Network
Understanding Dyslexia Online Course



Remember if you undertake professional reading write a reflection.
Save the reading and upload to the MyVIT PD site.

AEU 2017 Events Calendar

Australian Journal of Teacher Education

Bright ideas - School Libraries Association of Victoria (SLAV) & State Library of Victoria (SLV)

Journal of Research in Science Teaching

A Principal's Reflections

Solar System News

Animal Learning and Intelligence News -- ScienceDaily

Free Technology for Teachers

Dyslexia News -- ScienceDaily


Edutopia RSS


Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily

Creativity News -- ScienceDaily

ABC: Latest News in Science


National Association of Special Education Teachers


ABC Radio Education

Environmental Issues News -- ScienceDaily



Australian Journal of Teacher Education

Bright ideas - School Libraries Association of Victoria (SLAV) & State Library of Victoria (SLV)

Journal of Research in Science Teaching


Macquarie ICT Innovations Centre

ABC Radio Education

ABC: Latest News in Science

National Association of Special Education Teachers


Latest News Articles from Digital Arts

Podcasts from the ABC
Asia Overland: adventures on the hippie trail - ‎26‎/‎01‎/‎2014
The Scott Sisters: art and nature in colonial NSW - ‎19‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Tracing Wallace - ‎19‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Island Footprints - ‎12‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Konfrontasi - Australia's secret war with Indonesia - ‎5‎/‎01‎/‎2014

Australian Journal of Teacher Education
Beginning Teacher Support in Australia: Towards an Online Community to Augment Current Support - ‎22‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Establishing Positive Relationships with Secondary Gifted Students and Students with Emotional/Behavioural Disorders: Giving These Diverse Learners What They Need - ‎20‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Research and Reflective Practice in the ESL Classroom: Voices from Sri Lanka - ‎20‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Evidence-Based Classroom and Behaviour Management Content in Australian Pre-service Primary Teachers' Coursework: Wherefore Art Thou? - ‎16‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Discourses of Experience: The Disciplining of Identities and Practices in Student Teaching - ‎14‎/‎01‎/‎2014

Sustainability News
New research shows alpine grazing does not reduce blazing - ‎13‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Increased estimate of sea-level rise contribution from West Antarctica - ‎13‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Bacteria to aid sustainable sugar cane production - ‎13‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Croc attacks: a new website with bite - ‎6‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Better dental care for endangered marsupial - ‎6‎/‎01‎/‎2014

ideas - School Libraries Association of Victoria (SLAV) & State Library of Victoria (SLV)
Holidays on the horizon - ‎18‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Find inspiration on Pinterest - ‎16‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Revamping your school library orientation - ‎12‎/‎12‎/‎2013
School library blog making connections - ‎29‎/‎11‎/‎2013
Story Box Library - ‎22‎/‎11‎/‎2013

AEU Summer Reading Competition - winners announced - ‎19‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Federal education cuts will hurt school communities - ‎18‎/‎12‎/‎2013
PM must not axe trade training centres - ‎17‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Napthine must invest in schools - ‎6‎/‎12‎/‎2013
PISA results must lead to action on school resourcing - ‎4‎/‎12‎/‎2013

Art News Portal
Sydney Symphony Orchestra fills the gap in Primary Education - ‎20‎/‎01‎/‎2014
The world’s greatest violinist – Anne-Sophie Mutter – returns to Sydney in all-Mozart concerts with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra - ‎20‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Opera in the Park - ‎18‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Announcing the Inaugural Tasmanian Cabaret Festival - ‎17‎/‎01‎/‎2014
‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’HRAFF Fundraiser - ‎17‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Sick of Facebook? Read on... - ‎24‎/‎01‎/‎2014
How do we hallucinate? - ‎24‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Maths in a minute: Is greed good? - ‎24‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Picture perfect - ‎23‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Looking for lost primes - ‎21‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Get kids to school: Your children’s future starts today - ‎24‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Minister Scullion: Minister urges parents and carers to get their children to school - ‎23‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Parliamentary Secretary Tudge: Policies must change to close employment gap - ‎23‎/‎01‎/‎2014
New Indigenous Protected Area creates opportunities for Yappala community - ‎22‎/‎01‎/‎2014
AILC courses providing Indigenous leadership opportunities - ‎21‎/‎01‎/‎2014

DLTV- ICT in Education Victoria
Visit us at our new home - ‎20‎/‎01‎/‎2014
DLTV VCE & VET Information
Technology Study Design Forum - Feb 28
- ‎10‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Merry Christmas from ICTEV and VITTA, to become Digital Learning and Teaching Victoria from the 1st of Jan! - ‎12‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Northern Region ICT Education Conference: Practical Digital Learning and Teaching @ Epping Views Primary
School, Jan 30
- ‎31‎/‎10‎/‎2013
Call for Papers - DLTV is seeking input for it's first publication of the Journal of Digital Learning and Teaching - ‎28‎/‎10‎/‎2013

CreativityOnline - CaT: Creativity and Technology
Introducing the .Gifys, a Celebration of All Things Gif - ‎24‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Guardian Microsite Shows Every Plane In The Sky Right Now - ‎24‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Google Shows How Google Glass Can Help Firefighters Do Their Job - ‎24‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Old Spice Stages an 'Internetervention' to Curb Your Bad Browsing Habits - ‎24‎/‎01‎/‎2014
Hong Kong Blindess Charity Sets Up Trading Platform For Black Items Only - ‎24‎/‎01‎/‎2014

DEHub News Articles
MOOC UPDATE - ‎17‎/‎06‎/‎2013

Calendar- The Wheeler Centre: Books, Writing, Ideas
On Water: Eight Speakers. Eight
Stories.: 6:15PM - 7:30PM, Tuesday 11 March 2014

Faith-based Religious Education
Has No Place in Public Schools: 6:30PM - 8:30PM, Wednesday 26 February 2014

Eleanor Catton: 6:15PM - 7:15PM, Thursday 20 February

A Country Too Far: 6:15PM - 7:15PM, Wednesday 19 February 2014
Michael Robotham: 6:15PM - 7:15PM, Tuesday 18 February 2014 How "Music" promotes learning.

Napthine must invest in schools - ‎6‎/‎12‎/‎2013
PISA results must lead to action on school resourcing - ‎4‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Uncertainty about funding still reigns for schools - ‎3‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Pyne puts funding for every public school at risk - ‎29‎/‎11‎/‎2013
States must make sure Abbott delivers on Gonski - ‎28‎/‎11‎/‎2013

ECOS Sustainability News
The dust-busters - ‎10‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Atlas helps us see what’s happening with global carbon
- ‎9‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Kakadu plum ripe for the picking - ‎9‎/‎12‎/‎2013
More power to energy efficient supercomputers - ‎9‎/‎12‎/‎2013
First map of plastic pollution in Australian waters - ‎9‎/‎12‎/‎2013

Bright ideas - School Libraries Association of Victoria
(SLAV) & State Library of Victoria (SLV)
Revamping your school library orientation - ‎12‎/‎12‎/‎2013
School library blog making connections - ‎29‎/‎11‎/‎2013
Story Box Library - ‎22‎/‎11‎/‎2013
Ned Kelly app from the State Library of Victoria - ‎22‎/‎10‎/‎2013
Finding time to build influence - ‎11‎/‎10‎/‎2013

Australian Journal of Teacher Education
The Long Journey: Developing a Model of PLD for the Future - ‎13‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Handbook of Moral Motivation: Theories, Models, Applications - ‎9‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Problematising the Role of Personal and Professional Relationships in Early Career Teacher Resilience - ‎3‎/‎12‎/‎2013
A Guide for Educators to Move Beyond Conventional School Playgrounds: The RE-AIM Evaluation of theLunchtime Enjoyment Activity and Play (LEAP) Intervention - ‎3‎/‎12‎/‎2013
A Tool That Can Be Effective in the Self-regulated Learning of Pre-service Teachers: The Mind Map - ‎3‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Plus Advent Calendar Door #13: Simpson's paradox - ‎13‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Katastrophion 3: Platinum - ‎13‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Hypernion 2: Gold - ‎13‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Cross HyperLogikion 1 - ‎13‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Plus Advent Calendar Door #12: 1, 2, 3, ... - ‎12‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Leading Change in Business – Connect 2014 registrations now open - ‎10‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Kicking tertiary goals in Central Queensland - ‎6‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Roebourne youth leading the way… - ‎4‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Minister Scullion: Immediate changes to the Remote Jobs and Communities Programme - ‎29‎/‎11‎/‎2013
Free support for small business success - ‎28‎/‎11‎/‎2013

Calendar - The Wheeler Centre: Books, Writing, Ideas
The Wheeler Centre Gala 2014: 20 Questions: 7:00PM - 9:00PM, Saturday 08 February 2014
The Show of the Year: 7:30PM - 9:00PM, Thursday 12 December 2013
On Water: Eight Speakers. Eight Stories.: 6:15PM - 7:30PM, Tuesday 11 March 2014
Quarterly Essay: Linda Jaivin on
Translation: 6:15PM - 7:15PM, Thursday 28 November 2013

ICTEV - ICT in Education Victoria
Merry Christmas from ICTEV andVITTA, to become Digital Learning and Teaching Victoria from the 1st of
- ‎12‎/‎12‎/‎2013
Northern Region ICT Education Conference: Practical Digital Learning and Teaching @ Epping Views Primary School, Jan 30 - ‎31‎/‎10‎/‎2013
Call for Papers - DLTV is seeking input for it's first publication of the Journal of Digital Learning and Teaching - ‎28‎/‎10‎/‎2013
Subscribe to ICTEV's YouTube Channel, ICTEV TV - ‎5‎/‎07‎/‎2013
Subscribe to ICTEV's eNews - ‎24‎/‎04‎/‎2013
Journal of Teacher Education

Prior readings
AEU launches national ad campaign to highlight Abbott $7b shortfall on Gonski - Wednesday, 14 August 2013
AEU welcomes Greens plan to rescue TAFE - Monday, 12 August 2013
AEU Victoria welcomes Gonski announcement - Monday, 5
August 2013
Abbott moves to back schools funding reforms more about election than kids - Friday, 2 August 2013
Time for Napthine to sign on - Thursday, 25 July 2013

ECOS Sustainability News
Stefan Hajkowicz: on megatrends and ‘freefall mo ments' - Monday, 19 August 2013
Backyard a good place to start saving vulnerable
- Monday, 19 August 2013
Weeds threaten carbon offsets from strategic burning - Monday, 19 August 2013
Smart little Aussie home wins international challenge - Monday, 19 August 2013
Antarctica's more acid seas point to human CO2 fingerprint - Monday, 19 August 2013

Bright ideas - School Libraries Association of Victoria (SLAV) & State Library of Victoria (SLV)
Capturing a living library - Thursday, 22 August 2013
A groundswell of playfulness - Wednesday, 14 August 2013
What’s Technology For, Anyway? - Monday, 12 August 2013
eBooks and Online Content Trade Expo - Friday, 9 August 2013
Mining the treasures of Trove - Thursday, 8 August 2013

Australian Academy of Science news
FASIC Early Career Fellowships in France 2013 - Monday, 25 February 2013
Governor-General launches Academy’s new book on sustainability - Thursday, 21 February 2013
New interviews with Australian scientists available - Wednesday, 30 January 2013
Fellows recognised in Australia Day Honours - Wednesday, 30 January 2013
Academy's December newsletter is available - Friday, 21
December 2012
Indigenous voters urged to enrol for the 7 September federal election - Wednesday, 7 August 2013
Special NAIDOC broadcast – part two - Tuesday, 6 August 2013
Connecting communities with government - Monday, 5
August 2013
Yamba the Honey Ant to share healthy living messages with Cairns and Torres Strait Islands - Friday, 2 August 2013
Supporting communities and job seekers in remote Australia - Thursday, 1 August 2013

Calendar - The Wheeler Centre: Books, Writing, Ideas

Copyright Is Dead, Long Live The Pirates: 6:30PM - 8:30PM, Tuesday 24 September 2013
The Morning After - Making Models: The Collaborative Art of Wendy Ewald, The Somali Peace Band and Disarm: 8:00AM - 9:00AM, Friday 25 October 2013
The Morning After - PUSH: 8:00AM - 9:00AM, Thursday 24 October 2013
The Morning After - The Shadow King: 8:00AM - 9:00AM, Wednesday 23 October 2013

ICTEV - ICT in Education Victoria
Special Principal Event - ICT Leadership for Digital Learning - Monday, 22 July 2013
Subscribe to ICTEV's YouTube Channel, ICTEV TV - Friday,
5 July 2013
Subscribe to ICTEV's eNews - Wednesday, 24 April 2013
Did you miss the last instalment of the Thursday with ICTEV webinar Series? - Friday, 26 July 2013
ICTEV Workshop: Five concepts to shape the way you teach - Aug 30th - Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Australian Journal of Teacher Education
Start With The End In Mind: Experiences Of Accelerated Course Completion By Pre-Service Teachers And Educators - Friday, 23 August 2013
Towards Internationalising the Curriculum: A Case Study of Chinese Language Teacher Education Programs in China and Australia - Thursday, 22 August 2013
The Fitzroy Valley Numeracy Project: Assessment of Early Changes in Teachers’ Self-Reported Pedagogic Content Knowledge and Classroom Practice - Monday, 19 August 2013
Averting Uncertainty: A Practical Guide to Physical Activity Research in Australian Schools - Friday, 16 August 2013
Changes in Pre-service Teachers Perceptions’ of Teacher
Qualities: Development from Egocentric to Student Centric
- Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Friday, 4 October 2013