Pages with topic "Curriculum"
12 Jun 2020 : Would you like to have a say on the curriculum?
Our union is calling for expressions of interest to nominate to the QCAA Australian Curriculum Reference/Advisory Groups.
Autism CRC and Queensland University of Technology (QUT) have collaborated to launch inclusionED an online platform where teachers from all around Australia can access and share professional resources to help make their classrooms more inclusive.
16 Apr 2020 : Channel Seven QLD to launch television school lessons
Another Australian broadcaster has announced it will help bring classroom material to the television at home and contribute to helping schools deliver education remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
30 Aug 2019 : NAPLAN results reinforce need to axe standardised test
The latest NAPLAN results published Tuesday confirm the standardised test is going through its death throes; state governments have given up on it, technology has failed it, schools are openly critical and tellingly, there is evidence in the year 9 test r…
7 Jun 2018 : Negative effects on student streaming
Study shows little evidence grouping students by ability works in schools
The first drafts of Stage 2 redeveloped Queensland senior subject syllabuses are available for feedback from Monday 24 October to 9 am on Friday 11 November 2016.
2 Mar 2016 : All students deserve digital literacy
What Advancing Education and #codingcounts means for the independent sector
26 Feb 2016 : Core Australian Curriculum consultation forums
School and curriculum leaders are invited to participate in consultation forums on a core P–10 Australian Curriculum.
The Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) provides workshops to help teachers implement syllabuses for the Preparatory Year through to Year 12. Workshop activities are designed to explain the syllabuses and provide expert advice and guidan…
15 Jan 2016 : Help shape Queensland's syllabus
As the State Government continues with planned changes to Senior Assessment, QCAA is convening reference groups to draft syllabuses in nine subject areas. Nominate your interest to join a reference group and help shape Queensland's syllabus.