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What we are looking for

The Teacher-Creator role with Ochre Education is at the heart of what we do, and is a critical part of our professional team.

We would love to hear from you if you would be interested in working with us as we expand our curriculum offering and lesson bank in 2023.

We are planning significant upcoming lesson production sprints, and are eager to find expert evidence-based teachers keen to join the 150+ Ochre team team, and share their practice. We are particularly looking for teachers interested in developing F-6 maths and English lessons.

  • “I have loved working with Ochre. I was drawn to this project as we have aligned values – ALL kids deserve access to high-quality education, no matter their circumstances. In creating my learning resources, I have expanded my teaching skills and professional knowledge… and had an incredible support crew to help me.”
Ochre Teacher-Creator, WA

Winter 2023 Teacher Induction and Training Camp

Primary teachers, join our comprehensive two-day Winter 2023 Teacher Induction and Training Camp. This will provide valuable professional development to support new teachers to develop lesson resources in F-6 maths and English in Term 3 and beyond. The Camp will also serve as an excellent platform for networking and collaboration among our diverse teaching staff from all States and Territories Australia-wide committed to evidence-based practice.

Date: Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 July 2023
Time: 9.30 am to 4.30 pm AEST (must be available for these days)
Venue: Remote and flexible, via Zoom
Deadline to apply: 4 June

  • Day 1 is designed to offer a blend of pedagogy and production sessions, and Day 2 will be a working bee and workshop where we step you through creating your first lesson.
  • We will have a team of Ochre subject leads and production staff on deck to share their knowledge and insights.
  • Teachers will be paid for their training time and lesson creation.

For further information attend our webinar, to be held on Tuesday 23rd May 7pm AEST, where we will run through the program and give you the opportunity to ask questions.

Next steps

To ensure your participation please submit a sample resource by 4 June. Further details on how to apply and on submitting a sample resource can be found below.

Teacher Induction and Training Camp Overview

  • Ochre purpose and pedagogy: An overview of our organisation, guiding principles of instruction, instruction cycle, lesson creation workflow procedures to ensure seamless induction into our educational family.
  • Curriculum and Assessment: Deep dive into our curriculum frameworks to foster practical, explicit lesson design and successful student learning outcomes.
  • Ochre IT Integration: Exploring our drive, systems, naming conventions, production trackers, keyword database and common image folder.

Key Focus Areas

Interactive Workshop: Throughout the two days, attendees can participate in interactive workshops facilitated by experienced Ochre educators. These will allow teachers to engage in hands-on creation, collaborate with peers, navigate around our drive and lesson templates and develop lesson-creation skills. The training camp will be an excellent opportunity for new teachers to familiarise themselves with the tools and materials they can utilise to enhance their teaching practices.

Networking and Collaboration: In addition to the informative sessions and workshops, break-out rooms will allow you networking opportunities and encourage collaboration to build relationships and you build lesson units of materials, share best practice, and learn from one another’s experiences.

How to apply

1. Register your interest and advise of your availability, by filling out this quick and simple form.

You’ll be sent our recruitment pack with more detail about roles available.

2. As soon as you have registered your interest, you can follow the steps in the ‘access a resource’ guide to submit an existing resource you have created.

Then, wait to hear back from us with next steps.

Find out more

To find out more, please view our webinar.