Teacher magazine talks to Professor in STEM Education Lyn English about the importance of Engineering in the primary years and resources to support teachers in the classroom.
Video games have been widely used in education for decades now. The challenge is finding games that engage students while meeting curriculum needs.
School fundraisers don't have to be limited to local community events like sausage sizzles and fetes, these days online crowdfunding offers a connection to a wider audience.
Touch-screen tablets are not only being used in primary and secondary classrooms, pre-schools are also employing the technology as a literacy learning tool.
The first national STEM Programme Index brings together information on more than 250 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics opportunities available to schools and students.
School textbooks have been found to play a 'critical role' in improving education outcomes in developing countries, but limited access to these learning materials is hampering student progress.
Do students in Australia have ready access to software resources in comparison with other countries? A recent report offers some interesting insights.
An independent study shows 26 per cent of Australians aged 12 to 17 participate in some form of piracy activity.
Teacher speaks to four school leaders about taking on staff who've switched careers – and the practical experience they bring to the classroom.
Professor Geoff Masters discusses recent developments in assessing student learning and how they will shape the future of assessment.