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Digital Practice Guide

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Another teacher aide gets recognised at TAFE Queensland East Coast

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Queensland state school teacher aides who seek professional development are encouraged to participate in the Digital Practice Guide.

The guide helps teacher aides develop their skills and knowledge in using ICT to further contribute to teaching and learning experiences.

For school principals, the guide is a useful tool to foster professional conversations and build workforce capability and performance.

Teacher aides are accredited with the Certificate of Digital Practice once they have worked through the guide.

Is this a formal qualification?

Although the Certificate of Digital Practice is not a formal qualification, teacher aides can use their certificate as credit towards the MyPLR Certificate IV in Education Support through TAFE Queensland East Coast.

More information

Queensland state school teacher aides wishing to register to participate in the Digital Practice Guide or seeking further information should visit the department's Digital Practice Guide edStudio (accessible by departmental staff only) or contact the Digital Practice Guide team.

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Last reviewed
28 April 2015
Last updated
28 April 2015
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