Teacher resumes, with some assistance from the Department for Human Services, are now available online.
The Department for Education is encouraging all schools to update their teaching materials to make them more accessible.
“Our aim is to ensure that students learn from teaching materials that reflect the diversity of the community they serve,” Education Minister Simon Birmingham said.
He said the department would also work with teachers to make their teaching more “intimate”.
“We want teachers to be more open about what they’re learning and how they’re teaching,” he said.
“We know teachers have been working to improve the teaching experience for many years and our aim is that it will be more inclusive and accessible.”
A new version of the Teacher Resume is now available on the Department’s website.
It includes information on how to submit a student’s resume, the type of teaching materials students are using, the teacher’s qualifications, and how to use them as a template for teaching.
For the most up-to-date information about the Teacher and Secondary School Resume, including the latest curriculum, visit the Department website.
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