Quality Teaching Rounds (QTR) is high-impact, evidence-backed professional development that makes a significant difference for teachers and students.
QTR empowers teachers to enrich student learning through collaborative, teacher-driven analysis and refinement of practice. Research shows that QTR improves student outcomes by up to 25%, improves the quality of teaching, lifts teacher morale and positively impacts school culture.
Members of the QT Academy receive a 10% discount on all professional development. Sign up here: qtacademy.edu.au/become-a-member/
• Prepares school leaders and teachers for implementing Quality Teaching Rounds
• Engages participants in a rigorous discussions of classroom practice
• The QT Model
• Diagnosing classroom practice through Quality Teaching Rounds
• Essential features of Quality Teaching Rounds
• Quality Teaching Rounds: Research overview
• Analysing classroom practice through the Quality Teaching Model
• Preparing for Quality Teaching Rounds at your school
Full participation in both days of the workshop is required.
This workshop is open to ALL schools.
Schools are encouraged to register at least two people to develop sufficient school-based knowledge to support implementation. Ideally, one person would have some decision-making authority in the school. This workshop is open to ALL schools.
The workshop fee is $880
• QT Academy Members receive a 10% discount at checkout $792
• NSW DoE staff receive a 15% discount* $748
• NSW DoE funded tickets* – 2 available per school (the booking system will allow you to select free tickets if unused for your school)
*As part of the Building Capacity for Quality Teaching in Australian Schools project.
Please note: Workshop dates and details are subject to change.
Completing QTR PD Workshop will contribute10 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Accredited PD in the priority area of Delivery and assessment of NSW Curriculum/Early Years Learning Framework addressing standard descriptors 2.1.2, 3.1.2, 3.3.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
Further information regarding NESA’s maintenance of accreditation transition arrangements can be found on the NESA website.