Re-imagining our Professionalism

Wednesday 6th September 2017

Learning from the past as we head for the future

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At a time when the Queensland curriculum is undertaking its most significant change in over two decades, the Australian College of Educators is convening a special event, for teachers from every sector, to contemplate teacher professionalism, with a particular focus on historic curriculum changes of the past and the lessons they can teach us for the future.

A panel of selected guests with specialised knowledge will respond to the theme together with associated matters ranging from perceptions of increased work pressures to external examinations, high-stakes testing, and the ever-present challenge of maintaining perspective.

Panellists

Ms Jacqui Wilton

Ms Jacqui Wilton

Director of Curriculum Services
Queensland Curriculum & Assessment Authority (QCAA)

John Pitman, AM FACE

Mr John Pitman AM, FACE

Adjunct Professor – School of Education, The University of Queensland
Director (CEO) Queensland Board of Studies (1979-2001)

Rev. Chris Ivey

Rev. Chris Ivey

Principal, St. Andrew’s Anglican College, Peregian Springs
Chair, Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia, QLD Branch

Robyn Rosengrave (TBC)

Executive Director
State Schools Performance
Department of Education & Training

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