The Expert Panel is excited to hear from a wide range of people, including current initial teacher education (ITE) students, recent ITE graduates, teachers, school leaders, teacher educators, and those considering a career in teaching (both senior secondary students and mid-career changers).
While the Expert Panel encourages you to consider the questions raised in the Discussion Paper, they also welcome a range of feedback - particularly if informed by your own experience as a teacher or pre-service teacher, someone who is interested in becoming a teacher, or another education stakeholder.
Discussion paperDownload in PDF or Word
Respond to a survey
There are two surveys:
- Survey for Year 11 and 12 students
- Survey for anyone else interested in sharing their views and ideas, such as teachers, ITE students, teacher educators, and mid-career professionals who might consider changing to a career in teaching.
These surveys are an opportunity to answer a series of questions about:
- why people may or may not be interested in teaching
- how to attract and select teaching students
- encouraging ITE course completion
- preparing ITE students for the classroom.
Both surveys only take around 10-15 minutes to complete.
By completing a survey, you will help us better understand motivators and barriers associated with pursuing a teaching career.
The purpose of this survey is to find out what some of the barriers are to becoming a teacher, and what could be done to make teaching a more appealing career option.
The purpose of this survey is to gather input from a range of people involved in or interested in teacher education, such as teachers, ITE students, teacher educators, and mid-career professionals who might consider changing to a career in teaching.
Thank you to everyone who made a submission to the Review. Submissions have now closed.
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