AADES is the peak professional organisation in Australasia representing school level distance education

AADES was formed in 1993 and currently has in excess of 1200 members in all Australian states and New Zealand
Thursday 24th May 2018 - Literacy is Everyone’s Business

A whole school literacy approach to upskilling staff and Home Tutors (P-12)

Run by Literacy Coaches: Renai McClean and Stephanie Neil (Queensland)

See Webinar section of this site for further details
NSW - Reigniting the Passion for Music
Apr 12, 2018
The NSW Distance Education Secondary Music Teachers Network have strengthened their relationships between all five NSW Secondary Distance Education Centres, Southern Cross University, and professional musicians thanks to a recent three-day conference recently held at Goonellabah, Lismore, NSW hosted by Southern Cross School of Distance Education. The State Distance Education Secondary Music Teachers Conference had teachers from each of the five NSW Distance Education Centres in the state in attendance with additional network members from as far as Dubbo School of Distance Education joining in for sessions via Video Conference. Peter Richardson from Camden Haven High School said “This needs to continue. It strengthens and develops the relationship between all Distance Education Centres.” Read more in this article about this wonderful professional learning and networking opportunity.
NSW - Supporting Language Learning
Apr 12, 2018
The NSW School of Languages provides language learning opportunities to students in over 400 schools across NSW via distance education. The school offers courses in 12 languages as well as support for ESL students. This article outlines two recent examples of the support provided to language students by the NSW School of Languages.
NT: Our young people prepare themselves for the future
Apr 11, 2018
Year 9 students from Katherine School of the Air (KSA) and Alice Springs School of the Air (ASSOA) partnered together to become work ready. Collaborating with GTNT, both schools had students working towards their Certificate 1 in Business. Three students successfully completed the whole qualification and a further two received a statement of attainment.
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