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Past professional learning materials

VCE School-assessed Tasks professional learning videos - February-March 2021

VCE Briefings 2021 Professional Learning videos - March 2021

  • The purpose of this professional development program is to provide VCE school leaders, particularly new VCE coordinators, with an overview of current VCE matters and the opportunity to increase knowledge and skills that can be shared with their VCE teaching teams. The videos and related resources are available on the VCAA website.

VCE Languages webinars - December 2020

  • Two webinars were held in December 2020 to provide teachers with support in designing the teaching and learning programs for Units 1–4 VCE Languages, and to assist teachers to develop assessment tasks.
  • The first webinar was designed for new and returning teachers of all VCE Language studies and provided teachers with an overview of the VCE Study Designs and other relevant VCAA documents that can be used to plan their teaching and learning programs and to develop assessment tasks for VCE Languages for Units 1-4.
  • The second webinar was specifically for teachers of VCE Second Languages: Arabic, Chinese Second Language, Chinese Second Language Advanced, French, German, Greek, Indonesian Second Language, Italian, Japanese Second Language, Korean Second Language, Spanish and Vietnamese Second Language to plan their teaching and learning programs and to develop assessment tasks for Units 1–4.
  • Recordings of these webinars are now available.

Presentations and recordings are © Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) [2020], provided by the VCE Curriculum unit to support teacher professional development. 'VCE' and the VCAA logo are registered trademarks of the VCAA. These materials are made available as free teacher resources, intended for non-commercial use only, and may only be reproduced in accordance with the VCAA Copyright Policy or otherwise in accordance with the Copyright Act 1968. Third parties may own rights in some of the content featured and some opinions presented may not represent the views of the VCAA.