Professional Learning - Adam Smith and Frederick Brown
Professional Learning - Adam Smith and Frederick Brown transcript 57KB RTF
- Why commit to professional learning?
- How do I ensure my learning is meaningful and relevant?
- What types of professional learning have the greatest impact?
- How can social media support my learning?
- How can I foster collaboration to realise effective professional learning?
Professional learning animation
About professional learning
Supporting and promoting teacher and school leader professional learning is essential to the nation’s efforts to drive equity and excellence for all young Australians. In this way, AITSL, in collaboration with stakeholders across school education sectors and systems, contributes actively to young Australians achieving the goals established in the Melbourne Declaration as successful learners, confident and creative individuals and active and informed citizens.
The Charter will a nurture a nation-wide, high-achieving and vibrant professional learning culture
- underpinned by the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers and Australian Professional Standard for Principals;
- and alongside the Australian Teacher Performance and Development Framework
An Australian Charter for the Professional Learning of Teachers and School Leaders
- affirms the importance of learning in improving the professional knowledge, practice and engagement of all teachers and school leaders to achieve improvement in student outcomes,
- articulates the expectation that all teachers and school leaders actively engage in professional learning throughout their careers; and
- describes the characteristics of a high quality professional learning culture and of effective professional learning, to assist teachers, school leaders and those who support them to get the most from their professional learning.
Built upon a strong evidence base, the Charter:
- outlines the importance of professional learning,
- describes qualities of a professional learning culture,
- articulates characteristics of effective professional learning; and
- describes a shared responsibility commitment.
Development and consultation
||Australian Professional Learning Program guidelines (critique by Professor Diane Mayer, Deakin University and Associate Professor Margaret Lloyd, QUT)
||Professional Learning Think Tank (international and national experts).
Expert feedback and critique (Professor Dame Patricia Collarbone)
||Research paper (Dr Helen Timperley)
||Professional Learning Roundtable (international and national experts)
||Academic and expert critique (international and national)
||Opinion leader critique (sectoral and jurisdictional representatives)
||Public release for national conversation
||Dedicated meetings (teacher educators, sectoral and jurisdictional representatives)
||Australian Professional Associations survey
International experts feedback
||Endorsement by SCSEEC