MADE BY TEACHERS,
Prac-E believes education is the most unsuspectingly demanding profession a young student can pursue. Because of that, teachers should receive the support they need, in the medium they want it in.
Prac-E lets teachers do what they do best, and that is to support young students. Here you will find articles, videos, and podcasts that answer all of your burning pedagogical questions from different educational experts with years of real-world classroom experience.
Prac-E is the presenter of Prac-E Symposiums, where a panel of educational experts demystifies the profession for pre-service teachers in a symposium format. This initiative was featured on the ABC News, where reporter Nathan Morris stated,
Teaching is a complex job, and it can be daunting for teachers just starting... Prac-E has been organising events where experienced educators share experiences and offer advice to graduating teachers.
In 2018, Prac-E held its inaugural symposium at QUT's Stepping Out Conference, in front of 400 members of their graduating BEd cohort. After co-founder Liam D. Auliciems presented at ETAQ's Beginning Teachers' Day, Symposium II was held at Music Industry College, which was recorded by the ABC and featured some of Australia's lead educational experts.
Prac-E is the creator of the Prac Teacher 101 series, as well as #ASKPRACEANYTHING. Prac-E has also launched the Prac-E Podcast, which is available on Soundcloud, Anchor, Spotify, and iTunes Apple Podcasts.