Endorsement that a program meets approved standards.
Promote a view or position or provide support to others.
Evaluating student performance through a structured (often written) assessment.
Evaluating student learning to provide feedback to students and devise/change teaching and learning programs.
Evaluating student performance through techniques such as observation and anecdotal records.
Benchmarks that recognise the professional growth of teachers throughout their careers, represented by increasing levels of knowledge, practice and professional engagement.
Credential attained by teachers who have met specified requirements.
Physical environment where learning takes place, including; classrooms in schools, rooms in early childhood education and care services, other areas where teaching and learning occurs.
Working with one or more colleagues to achieve a common goal.
Other professionals and paraprofessionals (inside and outside the school), including but not limited to, teachers, principals, specialist teachers, pre-service teachers, industry partners, education assistants and teachers aides.
The set of circumstances or facts that surround a particular event, situation or environment.
The specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and time-targeted (SMART) objectives set with, by and for students.
Learning, including; lessons taught by a teacher in a school, learning opportunities taught by a teacher in an early childhood setting, lessons or learning opportunities taught by a teacher in other education settings.