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Teaching Methods: John Fleming - explicit instruction myths and strategies
Teaching Methods: John Fleming - explicit instruction myths and strategies

Want to use explicit instruction in the classroom but aren’t sure how to approach it? Teacher asked John Fleming for some tips.

From concept to classroom: translating research into practice
From concept to classroom: translating research into practice

The challenge for researchers is to make it easier for practitioners to find, understand and apply their work. But how can this be done? Pru Mitchell discusses.

Sources of teacher stress
Sources of teacher stress

What are the common sources of stress for secondary teachers? This research uncovers three central themes, and compares data from Australia and Hong Kong.

Read and ride – mixing page turning with pedal power
Read and ride – mixing page turning with pedal power

Scott Ertle was riding an exercise bike while reading a magazine when it struck him that combining pedal power with page turning may help students enjoy reading.

Infographic: Educational philanthropy
Infographic: Educational philanthropy

Is there a disconnect when it comes to the areas that schools, non-profits and philanthropics are keen to focus on? Find out in this Teacher infographic.

Research Files Special: Geoff Masters, Val Shute, Rukmini Banerji
Research Files Special: Geoff Masters, Val Shute, Rukmini Banerji

Stealth assessment, interactive learning environments and assessing literacy and numeracy. In a special podcast, Teacher provides a snapshot of the keynote speeches from Research Conference 2015.

Great tech can't replace poor teaching
Great tech can't replace poor teaching

Investing heavily in ICT for education doesn't lead to appreciable improvements in student achievement in reading, maths or science, according to a new OECD study.

Teaching and using decodable text
Teaching and using decodable text

Maureen Pollard – literacy consultant, educator and author of the Little Learners Love Literacy series – sits down with Teacher for a Q&A on decodable text.

Raising the professional status of teaching
Raising the professional status of teaching

One of the biggest challenges we face in school education is to raise the status of teaching as a career choice, to attract more able people into teaching and to develop teaching as a knowledge-based profession, writes Professor Geoff Masters AO.

10 must-reads: Positive Education
10 must-reads: Positive Education

Access 20 per cent off selected titles by visiting one of ACER's Bookshops over the next two months and greeting staff with: 'I'm a Teacher reader!'