The Joint Council of Queensland Teachers’ Associations Inc is a peak body for Queensland education professional associations, state based and national associations based in Queensland, providing a common voice on educational matters in the interests of teachers. JCQTA promotes collaboration between member associations and aims to grow our community whose interests are across preschool, primary, secondary, vocational and tertiary sectors. ...read more
SEAQ (formerly SOSEAQ), the Social Educators Association of Queensland , is the state professional body for social educators and community members interested in the advancement of social education and teaching Humanities and Social Sciences (HaSS). It can be found at www.seaq.org.au
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As President I invite you to join the JCQTA for 2018. There are many challenges and opportunities facing professional teacher associations in areas of professional learning, curriculum implementation and funding for education. The JCQTA provides a voice to teachers through professional association representation at both state level and at a federal level through the Australian Professional Teachers’ Association (APTA). In meeting the challenges and grasping the opportunities it is important that we support one another and work collaboratively to achieve the best outcomes for Queensland students.
Our two major events will be the Presidents’ Dinner in February and the Ros Korkatsis Annual Forum on Wednesady 22 August 2018. We will be conducting Board Meetings on 19 April, 21 June, and in October. In order to present a united voice on issues that affect us all we require a representative from all our member associations to attend these meetings.
I welcome you and look forward to working together to support the great work you do for your members.
President's Dinner 15 February
Meeting 18 April
Meeting 20 June
Forum 22 August
2018 Ros Korkatis Memorial Forum
Wednesday 22 August 2018
4.00 pm –6.00pm
Queensland College of Teachers
5/601 Coronation Drive Toowong
Up to three members per association may attend.
Afternoon tea will be provided
Focus on early career teachers- succesful induction programs
Implementation of Senior Subjects Queensland
Contact Caroline Brooks or Jackie Mergard for details
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Dr Louise McCuaig, winner of the APTA 2014 Meritorious Contribution to the Profession Award with JCQTA President Caroline Brooks. The awards ceremony was held in Sydney on 30 November 2014.