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Congratulations to our six iPad mini winners Kaitlin Provost (QLD), Grace Asher (QLD), Mairead McCorry (VIC), Meagan Zander (SA), Duncan Driver (ACT) and Mardi McNamara (WA).
The winners were randomly selected from all respondents who completed the LTEWS/SETE Teacher Survey (Round Three). The winners were drawn on Friday 26th April 2013.
We thank all graduate teachers who participated in Round Three and look forward to sharing the initial research findings late this year.
Round 2 iPad winner
The SETE research team was pleased to announce Holly Green as the lucky winner of the 32GB,WiFi iPad. Holly was randomly selected from all respondents who completed the SETE Teacher Survey (Round Two). The winner was drawn on Monday 19th November 2012.
The Studying the Effectiveness of Teacher Education project is investigating the effectiveness of teacher education in preparing teachers for the variety of school settings in which they begin their teaching careers. It will follow 2010 graduates in Victoria and Queensland during their first three years of teaching. It involves a strong partnership with the professional regulation authorities and state education jurisdictions in both states. The project aims to provide an evidentiary basis for policy decisions regarding teacher education and beginning teaching.
The project is investigating the following questions:
The iterative research design employs a critical balance between large-scale quantitative research into teacher education programs and teacher effectiveness, and longitudinal in-depth qualitative study of effective professional practice. Database analysis, school-based case studies and on-line graduate and principal surveys are employed to systematically collect, record and analyse mutually informing data sets relating to teacher shortages, career trajectories and aspirations, and the impact of significant social and economic events on teacher labour markets.
Approval to conduct research in schools has been provided by all relevant stakeholders.
Please click on the links below to view the documentation.
Queensland College of Teachers
Victorian Institute of Teaching
Department of Education Queensland
Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
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