Dr Rukmini Banerji tells Teacher about India’s Annual Status of Education Report study, which monitors schooling and learning across the country.
Teacher chats to Dr Paul Browning about the Futures Planning Project – a different approach to school strategic planning that considers what the world could be like in 2028.
Teacher talks to Kiri Mealings about a new study involving colleagues at Macquarie University and Australia's National Acoustics Laboratories, into noise levels in open plan classrooms.
Teacher speaks to education consultant, Kath Murdoch about inquiry based learning.
Teacher speaks to principal Jenny Dowsett, who shares strategies that are raising numeracy outcomes for students at her primary school.
Julian Fraillon discusses the results of the pioneering International Computer and Information Literacy Study, which took place for the first time in 2013.
In the second of two articles exploring Indigenous education in a Navajo community, editor Jo Earp finds out how cultural traditions are used to assess learning.
In Episode 6 of The Research Files, Teacher speaks to Sandra Pattison and Tham Lu about an NCVER report that explores whether school characteristics influence student engagement of 15-year-olds.
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.