Best-selling Teacher Diaries

The innovative teachers’ companion is Australia’s No. 1 selling teacher diary and is jam packed with useful teaching tools, ideas and strategies to assist teachers throughout the year.

Available in Early Years of Learning, Primary and Secondary versions, our teacher diaries are aligned to the Australian Curriculum and are tailored to suit your needs.

 
 

thinkdrive

Access to Hundreds of Online Resources

thinkdrive is the most affordable and influential digital teaching and learning resource available online.

Save hundreds of hours with ready-to-use and engaging F-12 resources.

 

 

Workshops & Consulting

itc publications delivers practical workshops for improved learning outcomes. Our major workshops are endorsed by the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA).

See our comprehensive list of workshops and upcoming events here.

 

 

Beginning Teachers

The beginning teachers’ companion 3rd Edition, is a reference book providing evidence-based teaching techniques for all new teachers.

Now a recommended text in six Australian universities, this priceless resource assists new teachers to transition successfully into their practical teaching roles.

 

 

Assessment Skills for Students

The innovative students’ companion provides students a 4-step process, tools and templates to enable them to get started on their assessments. This A-5 resource clearly show students where to start and how to succeed with their research assignment. Available in Primary and Secondary editions.

 

 

Accessories for the Classroom

Six colourful A1 posters to support learning in the classroom.

itc’s triangular Happy the Pencil encourages proper pencil grip and is the perfect reward for young learners.

Our colourful Thinking Rewards sticker and wall chart help teachers to recognise and encourage their students to strive in class.

 



 

I believe the beginning teachers’ companion should be an essential part of the
beginning teacher’s journey and one that education students would greatly benefit
from over the course of their study.

 

Dr David Zyngier, Senior Lecturer in Curriculum & Pedagogy,

Faculty of Education – Monash University