Teacher survey on parliamentary education
Victoria’s teachers are being invited to share their views and ideas on parliamentary education via a new survey.
The teacher survey on parliamentary education is seeking the input of our State’s educators on the resources and programs that can assist in teaching the civics and citizenship curriculum.
Initiated on the recommendation of the Victorian Parliament’s new education advisory panel, the survey will seek to identify what programs and resources are needed into the future, how they should be delivered, and what professional development can be offered to teachers to help them incorporate parliamentary education into their classroom practice.
The education advisory panel was established last year to provide ongoing advice to the Victorian Parliament on the development of education resources and programs about Parliament.
The survey is one of the first initiatives proposed by the panel to gather some data that will help determine the specific needs teachers have in relation to parliamentary education.
The survey will enable teachers to share their views about existing resources and programs. It will also give teachers the chance to put forward their ideas for the future directions of parliamentary education in Victoria.
In appreciation of their participation, teachers completing the survey can enter a draw for Parliament House high tea or book vouchers.
The survey is available at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LKFL9WS.
- Published: Friday, 03 March 2017 14:58