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Home > News > 2020 > July > Nominations open for TeachX Awards

Nominations open for TeachX Awards

Topics : Community event

TEACHX_Awards_2020_Instagram_post_.pngNominations are now open for the Queensland College of TeachersTeachX Awards.

 

The Awards recognise and celebrate the inspiring work of classroom teachers, early childhood education teachers, school leaders, deputy principals and principals across Queensland.

 

Queensland registered teachers can self-nominate or be nominated by a member of their community.

 

Categories for every teacher

 

There’s a category to suit every stage of a teacher’s career, as well as one for an outstanding contribution to their school community. 

The categories are:

  • The TUH Health Fund Dr Roger Hunter OAM Excellence in Beginning to Teach Award
  • The Teachers Mutual Bank Dr Alan Druery OAM Excellence in Teaching Award
  • The Teachers Mutual Bank Dr John Dwyer Excellent Leadership in Teaching and Learning Award
  • The Courier-Mail Professor Betty Watts OBE Memorial Award for an Outstanding Contribution to Teaching
  • The QSuper Dr Joe McCorley OAM Outstanding Contribution to School Community Award
  • The Schoolzine Merline Muldoon Innovation in Teaching Award

Entries close Friday, 24 July and winners will be announced at a ceremony at Customs House in Brisbane on Thursday 29 October 2020.

For details of award categories, including terms and conditions, and to access the entry forms go here: https://www.qct.edu.au/teachx. 

To read the stories of previous years’ winners go here: http://stories.archive.qct.edu.au/2019-teachx-winners.html

Recognition for outstanding work in teaching profession

The essential role of teachers within schools and wider communities has never been more evident than throughout this year.

 

Teachers adapted their profession in a short period of time to ensure that students could continue their education during remote learning amid a global pandemic.

 

They truly demonstrated their high level of expertise, professionalism and commitment and should be recognised for their role in supporting our communities. 

 

Our union encourages members to nominate themselves or their colleagues to recognise their outstanding work in the teaching profession.


Authorised by Terry Burke, Independent Education Union of Australia – Queensland & Northern Territory Branch, Brisbane.