What is NTLC?
- The Northern Territory Learning Commission (NTLC) are made up of fifteen students from Year 5 and 6.
- Students involved in the NTLC are given the opportunity to grow their agency through analysing their school’s data to identify patterns.
- Networking with other schools, researching and surveying staff and students to find areas of improvement in the school and taking action to make change for students and their learning.
So… you might be wondering, what does it take to be a commissioner?
- Show commitment.
- Be collaborative and work with others.
- Analyse data to make meaningful improvements in your school.
- Pose questions.
- Maintain confidentiality and show integrity of school data.
- Speak/present/confidently to staff and end of year Education Executive staff and Ministers.
- Present at school assemblies to provide NTLC focus and updates on the current project .
Did you know a learning commissioner is the student voice for 30 students or more.
So, make your voice count!