Here are training resources for the education of Reps, Activists and other members of the IEU.
Here are some online materials and courses created but ME Bank for IEU Members. These do not count for NESA Registered Hours.
At this meeting, Verena Heron, IEU, spoke to the log of claims that the IEU intends to present to Goodstart during the upcoming Enterprise Agreement negotiations.
This meeting was recorded on 25 February 2020.
This course addresses standard descriptor 7.4.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.
Dr Anita Collins in her newly released book, The Music Advantage, draws on the latest international neurological research to reveal the extraordinary and often surprising benefits that learning music can have for children. According to Collins’ research, learning music can give every child an advantage, whether they are not coping at school or are doing well already. Dr Collins sheds light on the techniques she has seen in operation around the world and trialled herself. With real examples from home and school, along with some practical strategies, The Music Advantage shows how teachers can support their students’ educational development with music.
Are you in your final year of a teaching degree?
Have you started applying for jobs?
Do you need some advice?
Ace the Interview is an online forum for beginner teachers where you get to ask the question to a panel of experienced principals.
Topics we will cover include:
Are you interested in learning more about assessment and also getting
NESA interim accredited professional development hours?
The University of Sydney’s Centre for Educational Measurement and Assessment (CEMA)
offers 6 different Assessment Literacy modules which are fully online and available on demand.
The IEU and NESA endorse these modules and the IEU is developing
further opportunities for professional learning in assessment literacy in collaboration with CEMA.
Access the PL modules here:
Use your work email address and/or membership number and receive a 10% discount!
Both CEMA and NESA recognise the importance of ongoing, high quality evidence based
professional learning for teachers in assessment and measurement
which is linked explicitly to quality teaching and improved student outcomes.
This imperative is made more compelling with the release of the NSW Curriculum Review final report which describes assessment as a ‘powerful influence’ … on teaching and learning.