Results from PISA 2022 have been released and the data show Australian student performance in maths and reading has been holding steady since 2015, and in science since 2018. However, when looking at the past 20 years, performance has dropped significantly across the board.
The design of 4 school buildings in Australia have been recognised in the shortlist of the World Architecture Festival. In this article, we’re going to take you through the designs, other highlights from the shortlist in the K-12 sector, and the winning entry.
Our annual reader survey just concluded for another year. This year, many of you let us know you’d like more content on the topic of AI and teacher workload. In this episode, we highlight a range of stories we’ve published recently that you might find useful.
As a school leader, a key consideration when implementing a new approach, or evaluating existing practices, is the effective use of data. A new support resource outlines 7 steps to guide school leaders in using data for monitoring and evaluation. Find out more in today’s article.
Our ninth annual reader survey recently concluded and many of you took the opportunity to let us know you’d like more support on managing teacher workload. You also shared some advice to your fellow educators on this very topic. In this infographic, we share some of those words of wisdom.
In this episode of The Research Files, we speak with Suzanne Rice from the University of Melbourne about her new research paper which explores the current diversity of Australia’s teacher workforce, the positive impact a diverse teacher workforce can have on student outcomes, and practical strategies for school leaders on retaining a diverse staff.
It’s estimated that almost 27% of those at school aged 15-19 participated in VET in Schools in 2022. In this infographic, we share the top 5 training packages in the 2022 school year.
The annual Teacher magazine reader survey has concluded for another year! In today’s article, we share some themes to emerge from your responses about the issues that are important to you, and announce the winner of our $500 prize.
The winner of the US $1 million 2023 Global Teacher Prize has just been announced as Sister Zeph from Pakistan, who opened her own school when she was just 13 years old to educate local children. In today’s article we share more about her inspiring story that’s been recognised with the prestigious prize.
Highly effective schools apply their resources in a targeted manner to maximise outcomes for students. In Sydney, the Narrabeen Elanora Student and Teacher collaboration is comprised of 4 local schools and enables the sharing of facilities and resources. In this episode, we speak to 2 staff members about the collaboration.