The ASQ-TRAK is a tool for observing and monitoring the developmental progress of Australian Aboriginal children.
Local authorities often have positions dealing with child engagement and participation, and coordinating initiatives between councils and schools. These jobs offer graduates the chance to work closely with education systems and organisations without being limited to the classroom. Positions might entail visiting schools and leading groups or teaching children about new council or government programmes.
Find out if teaching is right for you with experiences designed just for college students, including summer fellowships and tutoring programs.
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