At Australian Teachers Corporation (ATC), we are dedicated professionals consisting of TEACHERS HELPING TEACHERS. Our licensed staff of reflective practitioners seeks to enhance the professional development and learning of educators. We achieve this by providing teachers with national and state accredited graduate courses for salary enhancement, state re-certification and continued education. We offer independent self-study distance learning , on-site , online webinar, workshop, institute and video based classes for your busy schedule. These courses feature the most current research combined with modern day practical instructional strategies that can be used immediately in the classroom. Others can be used for everyday life outside of your current professional role.
Each ATC PD course and is developed by an experienced professional educator with a Masters or Doctorate degree in their field of expertise. We research, grow and facilitate each of our programs with the learning needs of the teacher in mind to enhance and improve their professional skills in the classroom. At ATC, we explore and develop some of the latest theories and concepts and apply them to the most important aspects affecting teachers and administrators today. Each one of our courses has been approved by our partnering universities as Masters level graduate courses or continous learning classes for your professional practice..
The foundations of our practice is to provide the best possible outcomes for our clients. Our model of practice known as the AKUNA model. This Model stands for Access, Knowledge, Understanding, Nurturing and Application. The principles within those letters goes beyond teaching and learning and is interwoven in our entire business model.
We have known for decades that the people who have the most impact on student outcomes are teachers and parents. Technology’s role should not be to replace teachers or parents, but rather to enhance the interactions among teachers, parents, and students and thereby power students’ learning empowering them to develop mastery of the academic standards and develop ownership of their learning.