Pages with topic "Beginning Educators"
During the second half of the school year, it is common for early career teachers to start thinking about making the transition from provisional to full teacher registration. IEUA-QNT Research Officer Adele Schmidt explains the process.
New study aims to better understand the challenges faced by early career teachers, and better plan and provide tailored support in overcoming those challenges.
2 Jun 2017 : Next generation taking the lead
A group of early career teacher and school officer members gathered recently at our NexGen Conference in Brisbane to turn an eye to the future – both the future of our union and that of the union movement more broadly.
Beginning teachers often feel overwhelmed dealing with varied and complex issues associated with working in the education sector in their first years of teaching.
Latest figures on the attrition rate of beginning teachers show that close to 50 per cent leave the profession within the first five years.
16 Jun 2015 : Fixed term contracts and early career teachers
While many early career teachers are initially appointed to teaching positions on a fixed-term contract, in many cases employees should make appointments to continuing employment.
Managing the behaviour of a large cohort of students can be challenging for newer teachers. However, there are many useful strategies that aspiring and beginning educators can employ to manage behaviour and retain students’ focus on learning.
Experienced educators offer their best classroom tips for new teachers.
18 Mar 2015 : Tweet smarts: using social media effectively
Using social media has increasingly become part of our daily lives. However, for educators, social media comes with a range of potential professional risks.
Professional issues affecting beginning educators are on the agenda for upcoming Queensland Catholic sector negotiations.
12 Mar 2015 : Graduate Teachers face uncertain future
Graduating teachers have the odds stacked against them when it comes to securing a long term position, with more registered teachers than teaching jobs in Queensland.
Graduating teachers in Queensland have the odds stacked against them when it comes to securing a long term position, with more registered teachers than teaching jobs in Queensland.
22 Aug 2014 : Nominations called for Teacher Education Bursaries
The IEUA-QNT/QIEU Teacher Education Bursaries are once again being offered to encourage eligible students who are studying for a teaching qualification.
8 Jul 2014 : Campaign for practicum reform
Our union is taking steps to redress the inadequate remuneration and lack of recognition for teachers who give their time and mentorship to pre-service teachers undergoing practicum.
12 Jun 2014 : Graduate job opportunities: Rockhampton
Catholic Education in the Diocese of Rockhampton invite applications from both graduate and experienced educators for full time teaching positions commencing in 2015. Positions are available in coastal, rural and remote locations. Incentives apply for rur…
24 Feb 2014 : BEnet: a new network for beginning educators
IEUA-QNT's new beginning educators network, BEnet, offers tailored training and professional development for educators in their first five years.
Many of those teaching in Central Australia are beginning educators, having been in the profession for less than five years. Teaching in Central Australia, one of the most remote places on Earth, adds its extra challenges and sense of isolation that can b…