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Global Education Episode 24: Teaching for creativity across the curriculum
Global Education Episode 24: Teaching for creativity across the curriculum

In this episode of our Global Education podcast, Editor Jo Earp talks to Lead Practitioner Sarah Childs and Associate Professor Kerry Chappell about their involvement in England’s Creativity Collaboratives partnership program, including the important role of teachers as action researchers, and details of the Toolkit resources developed to help others.

Teacher resources: Little J & Big Cuz returns for fourth season
Teacher resources: Little J & Big Cuz returns for fourth season

The award-winning children’s TV series Little J & Big Cuz is returning with a brand-new season on 8 July. Now in its fourth season, the animated show is translated into 17 Australian First Nations languages and supports First Nations children and their families with the transition from home to school.

Expert Q&A: Relationships and consent education
Expert Q&A: Relationships and consent education

Age-appropriate consent education is a mandatory part of the school curriculum in Australia. In this Q&A, Dannielle Miller OAM discusses the importance of schools working alongside experts, and why it’s a bad idea to have boys and girls in the same space when delivering respectful relationships and consent sessions.

Researching education: 5 further readings on school libraries
Researching education: 5 further readings on school libraries

Teacher librarians and school libraries play important roles in developing student reading habits, information literacy capabilities, and promoting cross-curriculum learning. In this edition of Researching education: 5 further readings, we are looking at the topic of school libraries.

Research news: Valuing and integrating generative AI in teaching
Research news: Valuing and integrating generative AI in teaching

As education departments begin to integrate generative artificial intelligence into teaching and learning in schools, Rebecca Collie and Andrew Martin share findings from their research into how teachers value and integrate generative AI in their practice, and the role of school leaders in supporting or thwarting this.

Teacher resources: Supporting deaf and hard of hearing students
Teacher resources: Supporting deaf and hard of hearing students

A new survey from Deaf Children Australia (DCA) hopes to inform the development of resources that better support deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) students in regional schools. Teacher spoke to DCA CEO David Wilson about the concerns parents of DHH children have raised, and what teachers can do to create a more inclusive school environment.

Teacher resources: Integrating AI into the curriculum
Teacher resources: Integrating AI into the curriculum

Artificial intelligence (AI) has quickly become a major talking point in education and beyond. So, it’s crucial that students – who must navigate the growing impact of AI on their lives – have a fundamental understanding of how AI works, the elements that comprise it, and its responsible and ethical use. A new teacher resource, linking AI to the Australian Curriculum, aims to do just that.

Expert Q&A: What do our copyright laws say about using AI in schools?
Expert Q&A: What do our copyright laws say about using AI in schools?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an increasingly popular and useful tool for teachers and students alike. But what do our copyright laws say about using AI to generate new, or alter existing, work? Teacher spoke to Delia Browne, National Copyright Director at the National Copyright Unit, to find out more about the legal obligations of using AI in schools.

A trip to the bookstore – an exercise in student agency
A trip to the bookstore – an exercise in student agency

‘I called it student driven acquisition, but it was essentially: let’s go to the bookstore.’ Teacher Librarian Catherine Barnes seized a unique opportunity, taking her Endeavour College students to the bookstore to select some titles for the newly renovated school library. We caught up with her to unpack the impromptu learning experience.

Teaching resource: What is explicit instruction?
Teaching resource: What is explicit instruction?

In our most recent annual Teacher reader survey, many of you asked for more content and support in the area of explicit instruction. So, in this article, we delve into a new practice guide from the Australian Educational Research Organisation (AERO) on teaching explicitly.