Podcast takes student assessment up a levelDecember 01, 2017
Changing your approach to assessment may help you become a more effective teacher and make your life easier.
Clearing path to accreditationDecember 01, 2017
New teachers were given vital tips on how to navigate the minefield that can be the accreditation process at a one-day Trade Union Training (TUT) course in November.
TAFE teacher rises to topDecember 01, 2017
With the help of Federation, TAFE Baking Trades teacher Dean Tilden is off to Paris next year for the world cup of all things pastry, The Masters de la Boulangerie.
TAFE campaign alive and wellDecember 01, 2017
TAFE student funding was a critical issue in the federal by-election for the seat of Bennelong. On Friday, 24 November, a rally bringing together TAFE students, teachers and community supporters was held at Meadowbank TAFE, one of two TAFE colleges in the electorate along with the Ryde campus.
Education heads up campaign issuesDecember 01, 2017
There was large public support for candidates’ promises to reintroduce the needs-based schools funding model at a public forum during the New England by-election.
Maths multiplied by Woo, to the factor of Spencer, divided over one day = Fun.December 01, 2017
Maths multiplied by Woo, to the factor of Spencer, divided over one day = Fun.
Steady progress made for permanent employmentDecember 01, 2017
The NSW Department of Education is making positive progress in complying with the Terms of Settlement achieved through the Federation’s pursuit of permanent employment for members in the NSW Industrial Relations Commission (IRC).
Changes to leave on the wayDecember 01, 2017
By June 2018, the Department intends that all schools in NSW will have rolled over to the new SAP HR payroll system.