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Teacher Staffroom Episode 23: Post-pandemic classroom practice
Teacher Staffroom Episode 23: Post-pandemic classroom practice

How has remote teaching and learning changed the way school communities collaborate as we move past this global pandemic? How can schools work effectively with tutors to support students who fell behind during remote learning? We take a look at these questions and more in today’s podcast.

Behaviour Management Episode 9: Supporting students with challenging behaviour
Behaviour Management Episode 9: Supporting students with challenging behaviour

How can teachers go about identifying the underlying causes of a student’s behaviour, and then approach responding to this behaviour in a respectful and effective way? To dissect these questions, we’re joined by Dr Erin Leif and Russell Fox from Monash University.

School Improvement Episode 29: Teacher attrition and retention
School Improvement Episode 29: Teacher attrition and retention

What contributes to a teacher’s decision to leave the profession? And, at the same time, why do others thrive and find success and personal fulfillment at work? Hugh Gundlach is a researcher, pre-service teacher educator and classroom teacher, and he joins us today to discuss his research on teacher attrition and retention.

Teacher Staffroom Episode 22: Lead the way into 2021
Teacher Staffroom Episode 22: Lead the way into 2021

Welcome back to a new school year. Over the past few weeks, the Teacher team have been busy putting together content to help support you for the year ahead, and in today’s episode we’re going to take you through some of the highlights. We’ll be discussing school leadership, gifted education, setting up your classroom, and resources for planning.

Podcast: Excellence in Science teaching – gifted students, conservation, and school partnerships
Podcast: Excellence in Science teaching – gifted students, conservation, and school partnerships

The winners of the annual Prime Minister’s Prizes for Excellence in Science Teaching in primary and secondary schools have been announced. Darren Hamley from Willetton Senior High School in Western Australia and Sarah Fletcher from Bonython Primary School in the ACT were awarded with the prizes, and they both join us in today’s episode.

The Research Files Episode 64: Early career teachers' self-efficacy and mentoring
The Research Files Episode 64: Early career teachers' self-efficacy and mentoring

It’s no surprise that a teacher’s self-efficacy has a huge impact on their classroom teaching. But what aspects of work as a beginner teacher has an influence on how perceived self-efficacy develops? A research report has looked into this and we discuss the findings in this podcast episode.

2020: Our year in podcasts
2020: Our year in podcasts

We’re at the end of another year and what a year it’s been for everyone. We’ve spoken to some amazing educators and experts during 2020, so in this special episode, the Teacher team are looking back at some of our personal podcast highlights.

Global Education Episode 20 with Andreas Schleicher
Global Education Episode 20 with Andreas Schleicher

Andreas Schleicher – Director for Education and Skills at the OECD and long-time Teacher columnist – joins us from Paris for this episode to give his take on all things 2020, talk about the longer term impacts of the school shutdowns and share how different education systems have responded to the pandemic restrictions.

Teacher Staffroom Episode 21: All about wellbeing
Teacher Staffroom Episode 21: All about wellbeing

You might’ve noticed we’ve been placing a real emphasis on wellbeing at Teacher recently. We’ve looked at new research into student wellbeing, resilience, and launched a new publication dedicated to educator wellbeing outside of the classroom. In today’s podcast we take you through anything you might have missed.

The Research Files Episode 63: School library census with Dr Katherine Dix
The Research Files Episode 63: School library census with Dr Katherine Dix

In this episode of The Research Files we talk to Dr Katherine Dix about the importance of school libraries, some of the different models being used by schools, and the connection between the value leaders place on their library and its representation on the school website.