Master teachers' role
Q: Do master teachers have a role in supervising annual teacher performance reviews, or in managing unsatisfactory performance (MUP) processes?
A: Master teachers do not have supervisory roles in performance reviews or MUP processes; those roles are performed by principals or deputy principals. Master teachers provide coaching and guidance to their classroom colleagues by, for example, researching and modelling enhanced teaching practices, supporting staff in data analysis, and mentoring beginning teachers.
- QTU information brochure Master teachers
- The memorandum of agreement between the QTU and the department
- Department information, including FAQs
- Master teachers: A joint statement from DET and the QTU, Nov 2015
[Information updated : 24 November 2016]
QTU stands in solidarity
The Queensland Teachers’ Union wishes to express its shock at the killing of 17 people at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, and stands in solidarity with the many brave teachers who risked their own lives to protect the students in their care.
These horrific events reveal the deep commitment and bravery of members of our profession under the most extreme of circumstances, and we are proud to stand with them at this terrible time.QTU, 16 Feb 2018
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