ICTENSW Annual General Meeting will follow the 2023 DigiTLL Conference from 2:00 pm, Sunday 19th March 2023. The AGM will include an overview of our activities over the preceding 12 months as well as outline the Strategic Plan intended to guide the activities of the association into the future. Individual financial members are eligible to nominate for the ICTENSW Board of the Association.
Please use this nomination form and submit by 5.30pm Friday 10th March 2023.
Complete the form, sign, scan and return to email@example.com.
The ICT Educators of New South Wales is a professional organisation designed to support ICT educators in New South Wales. The Association represents all educators’ interests at local and state levels as well as the national level through its parent body, the Australian Council for Computers in Education. The association advocates on matters of curriculum and equity, and promotes best practice in the use of ICT in learning.
ICTENSW’s Board of Directors are responsible for the strategic development, implementation and evaluation of the Association's procedures and policies within the rules of the Constitution.
The Association Board is comprised of Directors, with four members of the Board elected to the Executive positions of President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. The duties associated with these positions are outlined in The Constitution.
From time to time, positions of Associate Board members are appointed. Associate Board members attend Board meetings and bring specialist skills and advice that assist the Board in strategic planning and association decision making.
The board of ICTENSW utilises the concept of portfolio areas for Directors and/or Associate Board members. This assists guide and work towards strategic target areas as part of their official duties. Identified portfolio areas are:
Curriculum (Digital Technologies and Computing Studies)
Professional Learning and workshops
Promotions and Media – Website, social networking and online media
Promotions and Media – newsletter and Journal editor
Revenue and fundraising
School student related initiatives
At Board meetings, decisions affecting the policies and procedures of the Association and the running of the business are debated and resolved. In addition, the Board Executive meets between meetings as required.
Each portfolio is required to present a progress and financial report at each Board meeting. These reports are standing items on the agenda. Any Director can add additional items to the agenda for ratification, information, or discussion as required.