CEASA notices (29th August 2011) – AGM (speaker – DECS Chief Exec. Keith Bartley), Management Committee, Leading Curriculum Change
CEASA NOTICES – 29th August 2011
CEASA AGM – Address by Keith Bartley, the new Chief Executive, DECS – Wed 7th September
We are delighted to have the new Chief Executive of DECS, Keith Bartley, address the CEASA AGM with the topic, ‘Directions for Education in the Future Globally and Implications for Education in South Australia.’ – and implications for professional associations. We will also be launching the new CEASA website!
It would be wonderful to see representatives from most associations there.
Door prizes on the night!
(Up to four members of an association are invited to attend)
***Please notify the CEGSA Office if you wish to attend and represent CEGSA.
Invitation to be on the CEASA Management Committee
Association members are invited to apply for a position on the CEASA Management Committee for 2011-12.
There are two executive positions which will be declared vacant: President and Treasurer (2 year positions). All six committee member positions will be declared vacant (1 year positions).
Please return the attached nomination form by this Friday 2nd September.
(Any member of an association is invited to apply)
We have an administration position available at CEASA. Please see the attached advertisement and circulate out to your networks. Applicants need to write to the job and person specification (available from Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org) Applications close on Tuesday 20th September at 5pm.
(Any suitable applicant is invited to apply)
Leading Curriculum Change
The Professional Learning Flagship Program: Leading Curriculum Change will enhance Australian teachers knowledge, skills and confidence to plan for, support and lead curriculum change; including school level implementation of the Australian Curriculum. Classroom teachers with formal or informal curriculum change leadership responsibility in schools are the primary audience for this program. Leading Curriculum Change will provide teachers with a unique opportunity to learn with teachers from across Australia in a national professional learning community. The program will be high quality, evidence-based, interactive and online.
The first round of the program will commence in September 2011 and will involve up to 2000 Australian teachers from every phase of schooling, every sector and every state and territory.
The Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) has responsibility for establishing professional learning flagship programs that support national education priority areas; are Australia wide in their scope; and are innovative in their design and delivery.
For more details about the Professional Learning Flagship Program: Leading Curriculum Change and to register an expression of interest please visit the AITSL website at http://www.aitsl.edu.au/lcc
(Any educator or member of an association is invited to apply)