AGQTPAustralian Government Quality Teacher Program
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Table 1 AGQTP Funding for Non-Government Schools 2011 to 2013 Sector 2011 2012 2013 Total Catholic 4,151,317 4,429,119 4,788,157 13,368,59 3 Independent 2,849,683 3,040,381 3,286,843 9,176,907 Total 7,001,000 7,469,500 8,075,000 22,545,50 0 Table 2 Demographic information detailing respondent numbers by gender, years of teaching and current teaching status.
This matches the comments from both the AGQTP evaluations and the Taskgroup generated evaluations that identify the growth of a network amongst the faculty heads and teachers of like courses.
The effectiveness of this strategy is observable in considering the participants ratings of the activities on the AGQTP evaluation.
Under the funding guidelines, initiatives were designed to address the AGQTP leading principles for professional learning.
* be connected to a comprehensive change process focused on improving student learning (AGQTP Updated Client Guidelines 2005 to 2009, p.12).
Through participation in the AGQTP, teachers will, in their interactions with students, have an increased capacity to create safe, supportive and respectful learning environments through which students can become enterprising, self-directed and resilient learners.
The project was commissioned by the Australian Government Department of Education, Science and Training (DEST) as a quality teacher initiative under the Australian Government Quality Teacher Programme (AGQTP).