Steven Kolber

Steven Kolber

A proud public school teacher

Steven Kolber is a proud public school teacher who has been teaching English, History and English as an additional language for 11 years. He is passionate about teacher collaboration which he supports through organising Teach Meets, running #edureading (an online academic reading group) and supporting Khmer teachers through teacher development workshops in Cambodia with Teachers Across Borders Australia. He leverages technology to share teaching ideas through the ‘Teachers Educational Review’ podcast and his own YouTube channel ‘Mr Kolber’s Teaching’

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Teaching techniques – six ways to use Instructional Video
Teaching techniques – six ways to use Instructional Video

‘For those Australian teachers affected by remote delivery of teaching, many found the value and utility of engaging their students through Instructional Video.’ English and History teacher Steven Kolber shares the six common approaches to apply Instructional Video within a classroom or educational setting.

Classroom teaching techniques – Socratic Circles
Classroom teaching techniques – Socratic Circles

‘One way of making full use of reclaimed classroom spaces, whilst building collaborative and pro-social skills and behaviours, is Socratic Circles.’ English and History teacher Steven Kolber explains how to use this technique in your own classroom, the benefits and outcomes for students, and the role of the educator.

Edureading: Teachers engaging with research online
Edureading: Teachers engaging with research online

The research-based reading group #edureading brings teachers and academics together on Twitter to engage with research. In today’s article, Victorian teacher Steven Kolber and researchers Dr Keith Heggart and Dr Sandy Nicoll explain why the group was formed, and how it has helped educators contribute to educational research in a meaningful way.