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Issue 14, April 2015
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The TEMAG Report
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.
The Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) will still have a key function in seeing the implementation of the recommendations of the report.
Three key areas have been highlighted: 
 - the need for rigorous selection of applicants into initial teacher education (ITE) programs
 - the need for closer integration of theory into practice with a greater emphasis of the need for effective partnerships between ITE providers and schools
 - the need for more rigorous assessment of “classroom readiness” of graduates.
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Mount Gambier & Naracoorte Professional Learning Presentation

The TRB will be visiting Mount Gambier and Naracoorte on Tuesday 28th and Wednesday 29th April. Registrar, Dr Peter Lind and staff are looking forward to talking with teachers about registration and their professional learning, and are keen to discuss how the TRB can assist you.

TRB Professional Learning Conference
This one day conference will feature facilitated sessions for early childhood, primary and secondary teachers to explore professional learning together with a session presented by Professor John Halsey from Flinders University.
When: Friday 5 June
Where: Crowne Plaza, Adelaide
Cost: Free
Register your interest now!  Visit our website for more details
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