As a follow-up to last week’s article ‘It’s all about teacher quality’, we look at the fundamentals of the coaching and mentoring program at Dandenong North Primary School in Melbourne's south-east.
The year 2014 sees the 25th anniversary of ACER's Assessment of Languages Competence program.
Principal of Perth’s Quinns Baptist College, Maryann Malzer, talks to Teacher about the school’s ‘Students as Researchers’ program and the impact it’s making in the school.
A successful program supporting remote Indigenous students in the Northern Territory has proved that tapping into resources and support outside the school gates can improve student outcomes.
An action research project in Adelaide has highlighted the benefits of team teaching.
Is a change in mindset – one that focuses on ‘personal best’ rather than ‘world records’ – needed to help improve Indigenous student outcomes?
A new report into the role of research in teaching and teacher education has set out a vision to develop research-rich schools and classrooms.
Using iPads to collect and track data in real time has helped educators in western Sydney develop an early intervention program for children entering Kindergarten.
Outdoor education encourages students to connect with nature, with Indigenous culture, and with themselves and each other, writes Tony Hewison.
Education student Suzie Alev tells her story about working with seven-year-old Evan and his family to address the challenges of autism.