In follow-up to our article on Indigenous student retention, Teacher editor Jo Earp talks to the co-founder of a school in the US that could offer inspiration to educators here.
We speak to Ray Boyd, Principal of West Beechboro Primary School in Perth. Since taking on his role, he has introduced a Professional Recognition Program to support staff learning and student outcomes have improved significantly.
Why might early career teachers consider leaving the profession? What kind of support would encourage them to stay? Find out in the latest episode of The Research Files.
Online NAPLAN tests that are tailored to ability and give a more precise measurement of where students are at in their learning look set to be introduced.
In the third episode from our series on school improvement, we speak to Victorian Executive Principal Glenn Proctor about the changes that he is making at Hume Central Secondary College.
We speak to Mere Berryman, from the University of Waikato in Hamilton, about a program aimed at increasing engagement among Maori secondary school students in New Zealand and the implications for educators here in Australia.
Teacher speaks to Neil Lloyd, deputy principal of Brisbane’s Youth Education and Training Centre, about the school’s efforts to address literacy and numeracy skills gaps among students.
This month we speak to Steve Zubrick, who recently carried out research into the link between student attendance and educational outcomes.
In an exclusive Teacher podcast, Professor Geoff Masters, CEO of the Australian Council for Educational Research, discusses quality and equity with the honourable Julia Gillard.
In Episode 2 of Teacher's four-part podcast series on teaching methods, we speak to Australian educator Andrew Douch, about the flipped classroom.