Up to 30 Aboriginal teachers and school leaders in NSW public schools will participate in a school leadership program, commencing in Sydney on 21 and 22 November.
Supported by MATSITI, the YUMI project will establish a formal leadership development program for aspiring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders teachers in the Torres Strait and Northern Peninsula Area region.
This presentation by Associate Professor Bob Somerville at the July 2012 MATSITI Conference highlighted recent research and school analysis that defines the leadership characteristics that make a significant difference to school performance.
Workshop: How do you as an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teacher balance professional and community expectation and leverage community for better outcomes?
This workshop presentation from the recent MATSITI Conference focused on the complex, intense and unpredictable nature of teaching and identifies the conditions that assist early career teachers to build resilience for longevity in the profession.
The University of Wollongong will provide two mentoring programs for both new and experienced Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers in NSW schools.