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
THE QUEENSLAND PLAN : A 30-YEAR VISION FOR QUEENSLAND
RESPONSES FROM THE JCQTA PREDIDENTS' DINNER
Responses from JCQTA Presidents Dinner (09/02/14)
(such as the perception that Queensland students underperform in literacy and numeracy)
As President I invite you to join the JCQTA for 2016. 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 on 17 February and the Ros Korkatsis Annual Forum in August. We will be conducting Board Meetings on 20 April, 15 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 17 February
Meeting 20 April
Meeting 15 June
The JCQTA Presidents' Dinner
Wednesday 17 February 2016 4.30am -7.00pm
Where: Broncos Leagues Club, Fulcher Road Red Hill
Up to three members per association may attend.
Forum: 4.30-6.00 pm
Is your association addressing The Advancing Education plan for Queensland?
How can associations support the plan’s focus on valuing our teachers and educators?
Join us for a presentation by a representative from State-Schools Performance, Department of Education and Training, Queensland to find how to align your association’s activities with current system priorities
Dinner: 6.00pm - 6.30pm
Workshop session 6.30-7.00pm:
Professional Teacher Associations- Directions for 2016 and beyond
APTA Award nominations
Please RSVP by Wednesady 10th February to Jackie Mergard - email@example.com
For more information and to register contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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.