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Maths Masterclass

Innovative approaches to teaching and assessment

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2019 Art Show

Enter the draw!

Vote for your favourite artwork at the 2019 SACE Art Show and go into the draw to win $500.

The exhibition at Light Square Gallery is open to the public from 9 am to 4 pm weekdays, and 10 am to 4 pm Saturdays, until Tuesday 16 April.

Cast your vote for the Credit Union SA Community Award either at the show or via Instagram by uploading a photo of your favourite artwork using the tags @saceboard, @creditunionsa and #SACEartshow.

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The SACE is not a competition

Read Chief Executive Professor Martin Westwell’s blog on the dangers of students competing about how much they know, when the world only cares about what they can do with what they know.

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Ready, steady, log in!

End-of-year results available now

If you've completed any subject or recognised learning (including VET) in 2018, you can now check your results.

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The SACE is not a competition

Read Chief Executive Professor Martin Westwell’s blog on the dangers of students competing about how much they know, when the world only cares about what they can do with what they know.

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Resources for teachers

Teaching Stage 1

All you need to know about teaching a Stage 1 subject. Learn about subject outlines, performance standards and grades, learning and assessment plans, the quality assurance cycle, school assessment and moderation, and more.

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IEA Annual Conference - Monday 1 April 2019

Educating for the future: Reframing rigour, validity and fairness for student success in the 21st century

FEATURING ANDREAS SCHLEICHER, OECD, FRANCE

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Resources for coordinators

Hello SACE coordinator!

We've published some new resources to help you present the SACE to parents and students, including videos on how special provisions, moderation, and marking work.

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Achieving your SACE

How to build 200 credits

Here’s a short video on how the SACE works and how students can achieve the necessary requirements through subjects, VET and other recognised learning.

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We are pioneers!

On Wednesday 7 November 2018, students in 115 schools across South Australia and Northern Territory completed their Stage 2 English Literary Studies exam using computers.

The event caught national media attention.