On being part of a collective


We have very much benefited from the collective knowledge of our peers and have really enjoyed the process of being involved in moderation at this level.

Central Queensland University


What we went from was a concentration on what we were doing locally … to a lifting of our gaze to take in national perspectives and, more importantly, the perspectives of lots of our colleagues around the nation who come at teacher education from unique disparate ways but, now, with a shared understanding of the outcomes that they associate with high quality teacher education.

The University of Tasmania