Welcome to the Early Career Educator Hub!

Welcome to our community – we encourage you to create and share your ideas, ask questions and seek support in an encouraging and collaborative community.

The hub is a place to connect with passionate educators and to extend your network and development opportunities. We provide links and connections to enthusiastic and committed advocates for the education sector, resources, professional development opportunities and information on gaining employment.

How do I apply for a job? What are my chances to find a permanent position? How do I survive the first days at school? Where can I find resources? We have got the right answers for you!

Powered by Educators SA and Credit Union SA this site is continually updated through our connections with experienced educators and early career teachers. We welcome your input, feedback and ideas.

There are no upcoming events at this time.

MoneySmart workshops for TRTs

PD session on 29 November! Are you a TRT or PRT? Would you like some great classroom ideas directly linked to the Australian Curriculum? Or know more about teaching financial literacy? Educators SA, as part of their agreement with the Minister for Education, is...

World Teachers‘ Day: Educators SA honours outstanding educators in SA

On Friday Educators SA acknowledged and celebrated the achievements of an outstanding group of educators at the World Teachers' Day Awards night. 250 guests joined the celebration, among them the Hon Minister for Education John Gardner and the Shadow Minister for...

Rebecca’s top resources for Maths

Are you a Maths teacher and have just started your career as an educator? Then this blog article is for you! Rebecca Garrett from MASA (Mathematical Association of SA) has shared her top 4 resources with us. She is part of a new series within the Early Career Hub...

Mentoring in SA – what our Educators Say survey reveals

The Collins English Dictionary defines a mentor as: “A person’s mentor is someone who gives them help and advice over a period of time, especially help and advice related to their job.” Another simple definition describes it as “an experienced and trusted colleague”....

Vanessa’s top resources

Have you just started your career as an educator? In these first few weeks of classes, those of you new to teaching probably have plenty of questions. Luckily there's a wealth of information online: But how do you know whether it's a good and useful resource? Where to...

Join our next online session of the Early Career Hub!

The Australian Curriculum - Unpacking the three dimensions: 2 September, 5pm Don't miss out! This workshop on 2 September at 5pm will focus on unpacking the three dimensions of the Australian Curriculum. It will also provide top tips for navigating the website and...

Biggest Literacy and Numeracy event of the year

“EdInnovators” - educating NOW for the 2030s It has never been as big as this year: Over 650 educators, students and parents will join the Literacy and Numeracy Festival 2019 at the Education Development Centre from 22nd of August till 27th of August. “This year we...

Thinking Technologically, a new basic in a post-truth world where machines do more of the thinking for us

“We are not what we know but what we are willing to learn.” Mary Catherine Bateson A moment of our attention is one of the most precious of commodities we can give anyone today, so first let me say with virtual, disembodied eye contact, thank you for sharing yours...

Arts Inspire – new video published!

Have you watched our latest video yet? Get a glimpse of the Arts Inspire 2019 and how 120 educators from early, primary and secondary years came together to celebrate Arts education. [video width="1080" height="1080"...

Arts Inspire 2019 – what a fantastic event!

It was the first time ever that Arts professional associations, the Department for Education and Educators SA worked together to run a 2-day conference like this! More than 120 educators from early, primary and secondary years gathered to focus on how they...

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