Teacher Fellowship Program 2023
Developing aspiring leaders, enhancing classroom practice
Middle or aspiring leaders
Teacher inquiry, classroom practice, leadership
In-person and online
Subsidised for ISV Member Schools
Research says the most effective professional learning is collaborative, embedded into the daily work of teachers and relevant to their needs and those of their school. It should also be practical and focus on improving student learning outcomes.
Now in its third year, ISV’s Teacher Fellowship Program brings together high-performing educators to design, implement and evaluate innovative models of professional learning that have long-term benefits for schools, staff and students.
ISV Teacher Fellows 2023
- Al Taqwa College
- Christian College Geelong
- Giant Steps Melbourne
- Girton Grammar School
- Henderson College
- Hester Hornbrook Academy
- Mentone Girls Grammar
- Newhaven College
- Sophia Mundi Steiner School
- Strathcona Girls Grammar
- Tintern Grammar
- Yarra Valley Grammar School
A three-way partnership
ISV’s Teacher Fellowship Program is a three-way partnership between ISV, Teacher Fellows and Member Schools.
The Teacher Fellowship Program is aimed at educators who are currently in a middle leadership role or aspiring towards leadership.
Successful applicants will have an opportunity to:
- Lead a professional learning initiative aligned to your school’s specific interests, framed as action research
- Lead a Teacher Inquiry Group of up to 18 teachers from Independent schools
- Access the equivalent of three days of professional learning in leadership, team development, inquiry and adult learning
- Join with others in a facilitated network to share experiences, problem-solve and troubleshoot issues
- Contribute to associated action research.
Teacher Fellowships are an adjunct appointment for 1 year. Fellows continue to work at their school and take on the associated responsibilities in addition to their teaching role.
Teacher Fellows will also be eligible to apply for the ISV/Deakin Professional Practice Credential in Collaboration for their engagement with the program.
- Develop your skills as a leader
- Deepen your knowledge about learning and teaching
- Build your expertise in teacher inquiry
- Connect with others who share your passion
- Broaden your professional networks
- Be strategic about your career development
- Understand how adults learn best
- Earn accreditation for new skills
A teacher inquiry framework: Diversity in action
Based on our experience in the program’s first two years, we have modelled ISV’s dedication to diversity by framing next year’s program to support the diverse needs of our students.
This new framework will encourage schools to explore a line of inquiry that goes to the heart of learning and teaching, such as:
- What are the cultural and/or linguistic needs of my students?
- What new approaches to teaching might motivate my disengaged learners?
- How can I develop and evaluate a unit to cater for the diverse needs of my students?
- How might I incorporate opportunities for student inquiry and agency in my teaching?
Ambassador, Education Services, ISV
(03) 9825 7226
Principal Consultant, ISV
(03) 9825 7200