03 Apr 2013

Investigating the Effectiveness of Teacher Education

Teacher Effectiveness Survey

In May and October 2012, graduate teachers who completed their teacher education program in 2010/ 2011 completed two national surveys investigating the effectiveness of their teacher education program.

Over 6,000 graduate teachers across Australia participated in the first two rounds of teacher survey conducted in 2012.

Led by a research team from the Deakin University, this survey is as part of two studies being conducted by Deakin University and developed through the SETE (Studying for Effectiveness of Teacher Education - Queensland and Victoria) and LTEWS (National Longitudinal Teacher Education Workforce Study – All other states and territories) projects. Through the online surveys, the projects seek feedback on the relevance and effectiveness of teacher education for teaching employment and readiness for teaching in diverse settings.
We are inviting teachers who participated previously and all other 2010/2011 graduates to participate in a third teacher survey.

Teachers who participate will go into the draw to win one of six iPad Minis( 16GB, WiFi). The survey is at:
Teachers’ responses to this study will inform policy development, program accreditation and design and delivery of teacher education programs in Australian universities.

If you would like more information, please contact the researchers on (03) 5227 1488 or

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