Where’s the respect due to the profession?October 14, 2020
What we teach and how we teach it lies at the heart of our work.
Hearings continue on day two of InquirySeptember 02, 2020
Teachers shoulder extra responsibilities in era of cost-cutting
Vision for new curriculum hinges on teachers’ inputAugust 30, 2020
The NSW Curriculum Review was released on 23 June this year to much political and media fanfare. Despite slogans of “back to basics” and the “end of puppetry” Federation is now focused on the Government’s response to the 24 recommendations and the design, development and implementation of the curriculum for our schools, teachers and students.
Art teachers draw inspiration in crisisAugust 29, 2020
As classes shifted online in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, visual arts teachers faced additional challenges in the pursuit of curriculum continuity for their students.
Media release: New curriculum requires additional resourcesJune 23, 2020
The NSW Teachers Federation has welcomed the unhurried approach and commitment to working with teachers in the development and implementation of the new curriculum.
Federation welcomes potential of curriculum reviewOctober 22, 2019
Federation will support ample opportunities to be involved in school curriculum change that was introduced slowly and was well-resourced, Federation President Maurie Mulheron says. “Good education reform takes time and gives the profession a chance to embrace it.”
Teachers voices must be heard in curriculum reviewSeptember 23, 2018
Teachers are the experts in terms of developing, implementing and reviewing the curriculum.
Department of Education Evaluation of the Compressed CurriculumAugust 24, 2018
The Department’s Centre for Education, Statistics and Evaluation is undertaking a review of the Compressed Curriculum in 2018. T
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