2012 - 2013 Annual Report now available
20 Dec 2013
The NSW Institute of Teachers Annual Report 2012-2013 highlights the development of the Great Teaching, Inspired Learning (GTIL) – A Blueprint for Action as a key achievement.
Released by the Minister in March 2013, the Blueprint is informed by extensive consultation with key stakeholders groups, including 98 submissions, over 2,800 people contributing to an online forum and over 550 comments posted on the GTIL website. The Blueprint was co-authored by the Institute, the Board of Studies and the Department of Education and Communities.
The Annual Report also shows a range of activities implemented to support NSW teachers, and ultimately improve student learning, including that:
- 7890 teachers achieved provisional or conditional accreditation
- 3980 teachers achieved accreditation at Professional Competence
- 18 teachers achieved accreditation at Professional Accomplishment
- 15 teachers achieved accreditation at Professional Leadership
- 2976 courses were added to the list of Institute Registered Professional Development.
The Institute also contributed to the development and implementation of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers, and a nationally consistent process for teacher accreditation/registration.
Download and read the 2012-2013 Annual Report now.
On 1 January 2014, the NSW Institute of Teachers will merge with the Board of Studies NSW to become the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES).