Education advisers and reviewers are involved in many areas of education.
- consulting with teachers, principals and administrative officials of educational institutions to coordinate educational programs and providing advice
- identify and evaluate developments in education by conducting research into educational systems
- serve on committees to identify present and future needs within the educational system, and plan, develop and modify facilities and programs
- document subjects and courses developed, and evaluate new courses
- organise and conduct workshops and conferences to train teachers in new programs and methods
- apply knowledge of learning processes and school structures to develop operational and training programs, and submit them for decision and funding
- visit schools and observe teachers in the classroom, noting pupil response, motivation and teaching techniques
- discuss programs, records and teachers with school principals to record academic performance of schools, welfare of pupils and performance of individual teachers
- make suggestions to government officials about improvements to educational facilities, equipment, buildings and staff to ensure continued standards of education.
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics
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