Professor Simone Reinhold joins Teacher to discuss inquiry based learning in primary mathematics, including the benefits of students working on a common task with differentiated outcomes, and the role of the educator in finding a balance between explorative and informative learning.
According to Professor Geoff Masters AO, one of the biggest challenges we face in school education is to reduce current disparities in the schooling experiences of students in Australia’s most and least advantaged schools
Schools must work with parents to ensure they receive useful, meaningful information about their child's learning, says Professor Dylan Wiliam.
Setting high expectations, putting faces on the data and making student growth visible to the whole community has helped accelerate literacy learning at this school.
Real reform and significant progress in improving the quality and equity of Australian schooling depend on tackling our deepest and most stubborn educational challenges, writes Professor Geoff Masters AO.
Teacher chats to Dr Peter Goss about a research paper highlighting schools and education systems that are starting to do targeted teaching in a more systematic way.
‘We’ve only really just started … but already we’re seeing some good things.’ Teacher chats to a Singaporean educator about the impact of a three-year program to support differentiation in the elementary years.
In this two part series, we look at how one school is using research-informed strategies to challenge high achieving students in maths.
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.