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Governance

At the top of the ACS structure is the ACS Management Committee which, within the bounds set by the Associations Incorporations Act (ACT) and the Society’s Objects, Rules and National Regulations, controls and manages the Society. ACS Management Committee consists of the National Office Bearer’s (President, three Vice Presidents, President – Elect, Immediate Past President, National Treasurer) as well as the Chief Executive Officer and four National Congressional Representatives.

Working with the Management Committee to drive the Society’s strategic priorities are three Advisory Boards: Profession Advisory Board; Technical Advisory Board, and Membership Advisory Board. The Advisory Boards configure the activities within its area of responsibility, including creating, monitoring and dissolving committees, sub-committees, and taskforces/projects to meet ACS priorities.

ICT Educators Committee

 

  • Dr Therese Keane

    CHAIR
    AACS

    Therese is a lecturer in the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology at Swinburne University. Therese has worked in a variety of school settings where she has taught secondary school ICT for 17 years and has held several senior ICT leadership roles. Over the years, she has worked closely with the VCAA (Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority) and has recently been a panel member for the development and implementation of the 2016 VCE IT Study Design. She is currently on the Committee of Management in the DLTV, and a former office holder in VITTA and State Councillor for the ICTEV. During her career, she has shared her expertise with Victorian ICT teachers through the delivery of numerous seminars and workshops. She has also written several textbooks in all units of VCE Information Technology since 1996. Her current research interests include the use of robots (both Lego and humanoid) in education, 1:1 Programs (including tablets, BYOD and highly regulated Programs), 21st century skills, and ICT Leadership in schools.