Community engagement and marketing strategies to promote teaching as a career option for secondary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students
MATSITI Project Deliverable #3
Over four years, the MATSITI Initiative supported nearly 60 agencies to implement strategies to increase the number and capacity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers in Australian Schools.
Below and at right are a number of selected projects supported by MATSITI that promote teaching as a career of choice to prospective teachers.
Evaluation report of the NSW Department of Education project funded by MATSITI 'Teaching is Deadly: Join Our Mob Careers Forum' Read More
Evaluation of the University of South Australia project funded by MATSITI 'Video to promote the School of Education to Indigenous Australians'. Read More
Evaluation report of the Queensland Department of Education and Training project funded by MATSITI 'Deadly teachers make a difference'. Read More
Evaluation report of the University of Newcastle project funded by MATSITI 'Aspire to Inspire'. Read More
Evaluation report of the University of Tasmania project funded by MATSITI 'Tunapri Teaching – To Know Teaching'. Read More
Evaluation report of the CDAA project funded by MATSITI ‘Follow my lead: careers in teaching’. Read More
Evaluation report of the YUMI Education Inc project funded by MATSITI 'Promoting teaching to young people in the Torres Strait'. Read More
Evaluation report of the Flinders University project funded by MATSITI 'Tellin' the stories of teachers and teaching'. Read More
Queensland’s Catholic schools sector is encouraging more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander secondary school students to consider and pursue a teaching career through a new video campaign. Read More