If you are interested in effective curriculum, quality teaching and learning, innovative research, and national curriculum issues we invite you to join the Australian Curriculum Studies Association now.
How do I join/renew membership of the Australian Curriculum Studies Association?
PO Box 331
DEAKIN WEST ACT 2600
Fax: (02) 6260-5665
Who belongs to the Australian Curriculum Studies Association?
As an ACSA member, you join a community dedicated to driving discourse and debate around curriculum matters. Members include teachers at all levels and from all learning areas in state, Catholic and independent systems; principals, educational administrators and consultants; teacher educators, academics and educational researchers; associations, teacher unions, parents, carers and students.
The benefits of membership of the Australian Curriculum Studies Association include:
- The Curriculum Perspectives journal (April and September) and ACSA News (February and August), both widely respected publications keeping members informed on the latest national and international trends and featuring current themes relating to curriculum development, innovation and evaluation.
- Discounts on ACSA publications, an extensive range of publications which include journals, newsletters, teaching resources, books, occasional papers and conference reports.
- Reduced rates for the ACSA biennial conferences and symposia which aim to bring together teachers and other educational stake holders to discuss debate and inform future curriculum directions.
- Reduced rates for online attendance to ACSA professional development webinars.
- Access to IDEAS (Innovative and Dynamic Educational Activities for Schools)
- Access to advice from full time professional staff.
- Affiliation with IAACS: ACSA is affiliated with the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (IAACS).This expands the benefits of ACSA membership as ACSA members will automatically have access to the latest international curriculum developments through newsletters and conference papers produced by IAACS.
- Voting on ACSA matters, the right to elect executive members, determine policy and change the constitution.
Click here for current membership rates.