A tailored approach to suit your needs
Increasingly, schools are beginning, restarting or turbo-charging their Quality Teaching Rounds journey by collaborating with us on a tailored a QT package or whole-school partnership.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach, and our packages and partnerships are designed to address your school’s context, professional learning needs and desired strategic outcomes.
The process starts with a chat with our QTR Advisers and researchers to understand your school’s specific requirements.
Our packages can be as simple as an introductory webinar with your staff and whole-school access to our Member’s Area, or providing a whole-school or large group professional development day, or a fully optimised improvement strategy with ongoing planning, implementation and evaluation support.
Get in touch to set up a meeting
Some of our support services include:
- advice on planning and implementing QTR in your school
- on-demand school-based QTR workshops
- in-school support for introduction of QTR more broadly to school staff after attending a QTR workshop
- access to resources that assist in evaluating teaching effectiveness following QTR implementation
- support to ensure teachers are confident in their knowledge and application of the Quality Teaching Model
- support for school leaders in the use of evaluation tools for school planning processes
- pedagogical audits and assessment audits
- QTR fidelity checks
- support for schools to build QTR networks
- regular opportunities to engage in topical webinars
- face-to-face and online delivery and engagement formats
- opportunities to engage with colleagues across schools, including small and remote schools
- exclusive support for members
A whole-school focus at Glenroi Heights
Glenroi Heights Public School, in Orange NSW, has embedded Quality Teaching Rounds in its school plan following positive feedback from teachers.
After attending a QTR workshop in Orange in 2019, principal Liz Beasley put all her staff through online training in the first half of 2020 and implemented Rounds in terms three and four.
“We are in our second year of implementation [in 2021], and our experience so far has been extremely positive. Our staff have really taken the process on board,” Ms Beasley said.