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The Council of Education Associations of South Australia Incorporated (CEASA) was formed in 1994 as an independent peak body to represent and support professional teacher and education associations in their work which is mainly focussed upon improving teaching and therefore students’ learning of all ages. This represented a new era in the organisation and role of professional teacher and education associations in South Australia.
Prior to the formation of CEASA, South Australian education and teacher associations had no mechanism for information sharing, collaboration and developing advocacy together.
CEASA fulfils its role for professional teacher and education associations through the following functions:
CEASA is supported by funding from the South Australian Department of Education and Child Development (DECD) through an agreement with the Minister for Education and Child Development. CEASA gratefully acknowledges the ongoing support from DECD and the Minister that has continued since 1994.
AC Education on the Square: Primary Education in SA: The celebrations and the challenges (Pam Kent)
INTAN Moderation: Understanding Standards and Aligning Assessment Decisions F-2 and 7-8 Bands
MASA Differentiating Maths teaching in a Place Value unit of Work R-3 – Maryanne Rischmueller
ESA Supporting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Strategies for Students Across the Spectrum workshop