Education Forum Summary

September 23, 2014

Education Forum Summary

For the past few years the School of Education and Curtin Careers & Employment Centre have invited representatives from education organisations to present to, and meet with, final year Education students.

The focus has always been on recruitment and entering the workplace as a professional. Now that we have Careers For Tomorrow we not only have a place where we can share access to presentations, we can also provide access to other useful resources for education students.

See below for a list of this year presenters who have agreed to share their ilectures. You can access the ilectures of these presentations by clicking on the highlighted text. You will then need to login to directly access the Echo Centre.

School Curriculum Standards Authority
Inspirational Speaker, John Newman, Manager, Curriculum, Assessment and Moderation presents on “Being a Passionate Educator.”
[9.20 minutes on timeline]

Institute for Professional Learning
Lauren Danker and Catherine Van Der Vossen, Consultants Professional Learning Teaching present on “Supporting our Beginning Teachers: the Graduate Teacher Induction Program.”
[25.50 minutes on timeline]

Teacher Registration Board WA
Bernice Nolan, Manager Stakeholder Relations presents on the “Teacher Registration Process.”
[59 minutes]

Head of School of Education
Professor Lina Pelliccione’s address to final year students.
[1 hour 22]

Please note: The above suite of presentations ran together as part of the morning session. You can access all of the speakers’ presentations HERE or move to directly to the timings marked beside each presenter.

Department of Education
Annie Harris, Senior Project Officer – Attraction and Retention and Helen Gerrard, Staff Employment and Recruitment Services present on applying for positions within the Department of Education.

Catholic Education Office WA
Nadia Maso, Consultant, Community Engagement and Employee Services Directorate, Employment & Community Relations Team presents to students on what it is to be a teacher in the Catholic Education System and how to apply.

Association of Independent Schools WA
Craig D’Cruz, Industrial Officer for AISWA, presents on “Teaching in Independent Non-Government Schools”; who they are seeking and how to apply for positions.

School Curriculum Standards Authority
Robyn Smith, Director of Curriculum, Assessment and Moderation from the School Curriculum Standards Authority speaks to education final year students on what to expect from teaching in 2015 with the new changes to the curriculum. Content is aimed not just at Secondary Teachers but includes pertinent information for both ECE and Primary teachers.

The Bentley Education Forum focuses on Western Australia but if you are in a different state you may still find this information valuable. You can also access content on recruitment practices and registration processes relevant to other states via articles that will be posted this week.

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