Three years ago, Kavita Gupta decided to change her method of instruction. Here, she discusses how a three-pronged approach to student engagement has proved beneficial.
Around four out of 10 secondary principals and one in five primary principals say they have difficulties finding suitable staff to fill vacancies, a new survey indicates.
Working with a science specialist has helped students at this South Australian school see the connections between science and the real world.
The results of a new international study indicate that Australian teenagers are more likely to persevere in problem-solving.
Associate Professor Sharon Lierse discusses how the results of a research project helped her identify seven key characteristics of an outstanding teacher.
This Melbourne school aims to personalise student learning, so staff analyse data and then adjust learning to build on students’ skills, knowledge and understanding.
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.
Traditional bullying is twice as common as cyber bullying among teenagers, according to a new research analysis of 80 studies from around the world.
Project-based learning and problem-based learning - what is the difference? Dr Chris Campbell discusses.
Britt Gow reviews the Dino-lite handheld digital microscope and explains how it complements the science curriculum at her school.