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School Improvement Episode 54: Teacher research informing practice
School Improvement Episode 54: Teacher research informing practice

In this episode of School Improvement Editor Jo Earp is joined by Jake Compton, Director of Academic Culture and a teacher in the Senior School at Canterbury College, which has been working with academics at the UQ Learning Lab since 2020. We’ll be talking about some of the projects, how they’ve evolved over the years, and the challenges along the way.

Global Education Episode 24: Teaching for creativity across the curriculum
Global Education Episode 24: Teaching for creativity across the curriculum

In this episode of our Global Education podcast, Editor Jo Earp talks to Lead Practitioner Sarah Childs and Associate Professor Kerry Chappell about their involvement in England’s Creativity Collaboratives partnership program, including the important role of teachers as action researchers, and details of the Toolkit resources developed to help others.

School Assembly S2E11: Series 2 Final
School Assembly S2E11: Series 2 Final

School Assembly is the podcast series where we explore what it takes to build a school from the ground up. It’s the Series 2 Final and Bemin Secondary College Principal Jo Camozzato joins Teacher Editor Jo Earp to reflect on the events of the last 12 months.

Student voice – involving children in decision-making
Student voice – involving children in decision-making

How are education systems supporting child empowerment? That’s the key question explored in a new international report that reviews the literature and shares examples of effective policy and practice in different countries, and the challenges that exist.

Expert Q&A: Relationships and consent education
Expert Q&A: Relationships and consent education

Age-appropriate consent education is a mandatory part of the school curriculum in Australia. In this Q&A, Dannielle Miller OAM discusses the importance of schools working alongside experts, and why it’s a bad idea to have boys and girls in the same space when delivering respectful relationships and consent sessions.

PISA 2022: Students’ creative thinking
PISA 2022: Students’ creative thinking

How good are your students at thinking outside the box, seeing things from a fresh perspective, producing original ideas and improving upon the ideas of others? We take a look at newly released international results from the first PISA Creative Thinking assessment.

Infographic: My 13th Teacher alphabet
Infographic: My 13th Teacher alphabet

What do you need information on? Explicit instruction? Design thinking? Scientific literacy? Student anxiety? The 13th Teacher alphabet brings you quick links to popular content that you might find useful. Download the PDF for a hyperlinked version so you can access the content for each letter.

The Research Files Episode 92: Helping students become hybrid writers
The Research Files Episode 92: Helping students become hybrid writers

Researchers from Edith Cowan University have recently highlighted the ongoing importance of explicitly teaching both handwriting and keyboarding skills to students, starting in the primary years. Dr Anabela Malpique joins Teacher editor Jo Earp to discuss findings of the meta-analysis and follow-up study, and tips for helping students become hybrid writers.

School Assembly S2E10: Staff collaboration and feedback
School Assembly S2E10: Staff collaboration and feedback

In episode 10 of School Assembly Series 2, we’re speaking with principal Jo Camozzato about how she is fostering a sense of staff collaboration with a new team at Bemin Secondary College, and, of course, hear about her biggest challenge, key learning and proudest achievement from the last month.

Students’ science literacy – national insights
Students’ science literacy – national insights

A new national report explores latest achievement data for students’ science literacy, and offers insights into what’s happening in Australian classrooms to help develop their knowledge, understanding and inquiry skills.