In a letter to another paper (The Australian) on Tuesday I had some disparaging things to say about a recent piece by Melbourne teacher and occasional education commentator Christopher Bantick.
Now I am pleased to heartily applaud his sensible, teacher-perspective criticism of the recently announced review of the national curriculum (“Plenty to opine about the national curriculum review”, 15/1).
He starts by unequivocally asserting that the curriculum does not need to be reviewed at this time and then convincingly supports this contention.
President, English Teachers Association of Queensland
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State Conference 2020: Diving Deep
With a heavy heart we announce that due to Covid-19 restrictions, the State Conference will not he held this year.
This is the first time I have been to an ETAQ conference and it was really sensational to get so much at all of the sessions.
ETAQ conferences always have sessions that make me excited to be a teacher.
I know that ETAQ conferences in the past have never disappointed - valuable, relevant, practical, inspiring so I came again.Read All