“Helping young people be MoneySmart”
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All Associations are invited to send in nomination forms for the 2014 CEASA/Credit Union SA awards.
To see a list of the awards and to download the current nomination forms please select 'find out more'
Expressions of interest for "How Language Works" 2015.
Semester 1 or Semester 2
For further information on how to register your interest please click 'Find out more'
Literacy for Learning is aligned to literacy in the Australian Curriculum and is particularly relevant for learning area teachers working in years 3-10.
Course begins Thursday 7th August 2014
CEASA is a DECD-approved provider of Responding to Abuse and Neglect Training
These courses are held in the Education Development Centre in Hindmarsh
For more information on our workshops and RAN Trainers click on 'find out more"
SASTA in association with CEASA and the Australian Securities and Investments
Commission (ASIC) are offering teachers a FREE introduction to the Money Smart program
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The Global Education Centre believes that education can be a catalyst for positive change. It provides professional development and resources to in-service and pre-service teachers within SA
GTASA is an organisation through which teachers of geography in South Australia may express opinions on geographical and educational matters, and promotes the teaching and study of geography
GTCASA exists to support gifted children and the adults who care for them and teach them. Members include families, individuals, education professionals and schools.
HEIA (SA) provides leadership, services and products to meet the professional needs of home economists. It also represents the interests of home economists working in education, industry, community se...
HTASA aims to stimulate interest and discussion in History and in the teaching of History, to provide meetings and publications and represent the views of the Association to others
Education on the Square: “Dyslexia – the forgotten disability? What does current Government policy change mean in the classroom?"