The Teaching Teachers for the Future project was funded by the Australian Government under the Digital Strategy for Teachers and School Leaders as a component of the Digital Education Revolution program. The project built a consistent approach to developing graduate teacher ICT capabilities, curriculum, resources, and support networks across the 39 Australian higher education institutions that provide teacher education. The project supported pre-service teachers to develop proficiency in using digital learning resources to improve student learning outcomes.
Teaching Teachers for the Future targeted systematic change in the ICT proficiency of graduate teachers and helped build the capacity of teacher educators and a national support networks focused on digital learning technology expertise.
The digital resources are accessible to all teachers and pre-service teachers through Scootle and jurisdiction portals.