The Australian Education Union has not announced further union action as negotiations with the state government regarding improvements to teachers' wages and working conditions continue.
The AEU had given the government a deadline of Tuesday, February 19 to progress negotiations before it would consider further work bans or escalated industrial action.
AEU Tasmania state manager Roz Madsen said the union's executive branch met on Thursday to consider the progress of negotiations for a new teacher agreement.
More on the teachers' negotiations:
- December, 2017: Premier cries 'fake news' at AEU teacher staffing report
- November, 2018: Teachers to stop writing comments on reports
- November, 2018: Teachers hold stop work meeting in Launceston
- November, 2018: Parent and student advocacy group urge solution
- December, 2018: Call for increase to teacher assistant wages
- February, 2019: AEU to decide if government has done enough
"There has been positive progress in negotiations and another meeting with the Premier and Treasurer, along with other public sector unions, is scheduled for Monday," Ms Madsen said.
"The branch executive has scheduled an extra-ordinary meeting on Monday, after the meeting with the Premier, to again consider progress of negotiations and the next steps in our campaign for quality education."
Among AEU demands are a 3 per cent wage increase and more in-class support.
Throughout the union campaign, Treasurer Peter Gutwein said the government would stand by its offer of a capped 2 per cent annual pay rise for public sector workers.
"We've had some very constructive discussions with all of the unions in terms of the current wage negotiations and we will continue to have those constructive talks," Mr Gutwein said.
"I would hope that the AEU and other unions, whilst we are engaged in constructive negotiations, would stop and desist with any further disruptions in the workplace."