Teacher registration ensures a minimum quality standard is applied to all teachers entering or currently teaching in South Australia. Registration verifies you as a qualified teaching professional. For employment purposes, all graduates, overseas trained and currently working teachers are required by law to be registered by the Teachers Registration Board.
High quality, effective teaching has a powerful impact, not only on student learning and outcomes, but also on a teacher's professional integrity. It is, therefore, vital that teachers actively engage in ongoing professional learning that reflects their integrity as professionals, and their commitment to teaching and personal growth.
Teaching is a dynamic and challenging profession. Teachers have a professional obligation to develop and maintain professional relationships with a diverse range of learners, communicate with parents, act ethically, promote positive values and maintain and raise professional standards.
Expressions of Interest are invited from registered temporary relief teachers who would like to be involved in the Festival of Music. If you attend this conference you will become an affiliate with the Festival of Music allowing you to be placed on the list of relief teachers who are able to take Festival Choir.
The 20th National Australian Society for Music Education (ASME) Conference was held in Adelaide during the October school holidays. Five teachers were sponsored by the Teachers Registration Board to participate in the conference and they subsequently provided the Board with reports detailing their conference experience.
The 29th International ACHPER Conference was held in Adelaide during the April school holidays. Ten teachers were sponsored by the Teachers Registration Board to participate in the conference and they subsequently provided the Board with reports detailing their conference experience...
Are you a registered teacher with a passion for music? Attend the ASME 20th national conference and share your knowledge and experience with like-minded peers. Opportunities are available for registered teachers to apply for sponsorship to attend this conference at the end of September, 2015. Find out more…
The results of the Annual Survey of Teachers, conducted in conjunction with Independent and Catholic schools and the DECD, are in. The survey, designed to ensure that only registered teachers are teaching in South Australian education sites, provides an interesting overview of the characteristics that make up the South Australian teaching profession as at 9 February 2015.
The Teacher Education Ministerial Advisory Group (TEMAG) report was released last month. It focused on the preparation of student teachers to become successful beginning teachers. Although the report recommended that a single national accreditation body be formed, the Federal Government has determined that accreditation of providers should remain with the States and Territories.