Andreas Schleicher joins Teacher from Paris to talk about the findings of a recent OECD report that explores the impact of technology on student learning outcomes.
Investing heavily in ICT for education doesn't lead to appreciable improvements in student achievement in reading, maths or science, according to a new OECD study.
When it comes to seating arrangements, are you a fan of the horseshoe? Rows of desks? One educator shares a strategy that's working in her classroom.
Christine Haynes recently tested out a wireless handheld microscope with Year 4 students. Here, she reflects on her experience with it and whether it could enhance students’ learning.
Banning mobile phones from schools boosts student performance in high stakes tests, according to a study published by the London School of Economics (LSE).
The argument for working at standing desks often centres on the related health benefits, but a new study suggests they could increase student engagement.
Researchers are exploring how an artificially-intelligent robot can help children improve their handwriting skills, by placing the youngsters in the role of teacher.
Julian Fraillon discusses the results of the pioneering International Computer and Information Literacy Study, which took place for the first time in 2013.
Australian educators believe insufficient time to prepare for lessons and a lack of skills are hindering the use of ICT in teaching and learning, a new study suggests.
Building new learning spaces and breathing new life into existing facilities was a great opportunity for Canberra principal Lana Read to develop her vision for the school.