There will be a special general meeting of the CPTAV to vote on the new rules for the CPTAV. The rules have been drafted using the Consumer Affairs model rules for incorporated associations and are compliant with the Victorian Governments Associations Incorporation Reform Act 2012
Follow the links below to view the table of changes and to view the complete draft rules.
Date and time: Tuesday 19 November. 5.00 PM - 6.00 PM
Venue: 150 Palmerston Street Carlton.
Rod Naismith from the accounting firm BDO addressed members regarding their obligations and requirements for financial literacy.
At the June professional learning activity Peter Batchelor showed how to create and make available a SMIL presentation that includes audio and images from a powerpoint presentation.
Peter showed how SMIL presentations can be made available in Joomla! 2.5 and other CMS web building programs. He also showed how to set up a system that allows your association to grant access to paid subscribers, for a set amount of time.
The 2013 CPTAV awards will be held at Graduate House in December. Get ready to nominate an outstanding contributor from your professional teacher association. For criteria details and dates please read more here
To find out who was honored at the 2012 CPTAV here.
When you have registered for a CPTAV Professional Learning activity, or you are about to use the Statewide Resources Centre facilities then it is worth following the link to have a look at our Professional Learning and facilities videos.
Resources include; preparing for the associations constitutions (video), notes from the on line learning workshop (pdf) and how to resources for booking rooms, using Polycom etc. Please email John and let him know what resources you want to see on the CPTAV website.
January 29 - March 28 (Teachers start January 29 - a student-free day)
April 15 - June 28
July 15 - September 22
October 7 - December 20
28 January (school teachers start) to 4 April
22 April to 27 June
14 July to 19 September
6 October to 19 December
CPTAV and its national body, the Australian Professional Teachers Association, are key stakeholders in the Australian Institute of Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL). The latest document from AITSL is the draft Australian Charter for the Professional Learning of Teachers and School Leaders.
The Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority provides a conduit for information not only on Victorian curricula but also on Australian curriculum. This link illustrates the transition to 2013 curricula (AusVELS).
What's New at the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority?
Click here to find out.