Quality Teaching in Practice returns in 2023. Celebrating 20 years of the QT Model, QTiP23 will bring together more than 250 teachers, school leaders, education researchers and policy makers.
QTiP23 is a celebration of Quality Teaching in its many forms. We recognise the complexity of teaching and the importance of local contexts in delivering great learning experiences.
QTiP23 will be held at Newcastle City Hall on 29-30 May 2023. This year’s program highlights include keynote presentations from our very own Laureate Professor Jenny Gore, Emeritus Professor Dylan Wiliam (UK), and Newcastle’s 2023 Citizen of the Year and the University’s Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous, Strategy and Leaders, Nathan Towney.
The conference will also include presentations from a diverse array of teachers and school leaders about their experiences with the QT Model and Quality Teaching Rounds, presentations of the latest research on Quality Teaching Rounds by our colleagues at the University of Newcastle, and several hands-on, practical workshops delivered by our QTR Advisers.
Excitingly, the conference will also host an exclusive full-day masterclass on Embedding Formative Assessment by Dylan Wiliam on Wednesday 31 May.
Please ensure you select the “3-Day pass” when checking out to secure your place at this masterclass. Places are limited to just 150 people.
More information about QTiP23 and the Dylan Wiliam masterclass can be found here: https://qtacademy.edu.au/quality-teaching-in-practice/
QTiP23 2-Day conference pass from 1 March 2023:
• General admission: $880
• 15% NSW Department of Education discount: $748
• 10% QT Academy member discount: $792
• Dylan Wiliam masterclass: additional $450
To help make the conference affordable and practical for schools, teachers can share their registration with colleagues – i.e. one teacher attends Days 1 and 2 of the conference, and another teacher attends the Day 3 masterclass. In this scenario select “one attendee” and then indicate the days you will attend in the final question of the registration form.
QTiP23 can be recorded in NESA’s eTams as Elective PD for 10 hours.
Further information regarding NESA’s accreditation arrangements can be found on the NESA website.
We are committed to ensuring your health and wellbeing are at the forefront of our planning. Any changes to the event due to NSW Government Health rules and regulations will be communicated to participants as soon as practical.
• Full refunds will be offered until Friday 7 April 2023
• No refunds will be offered from Saturday 8 April 2023
• Delegates can freely transfer their registration to a colleague anytime by contacting [email protected]