The students at this Victorian school are using Google Sheets to access collaborative environments and work online with peers and teachers.
Switching on captions is in this Melbourne school’s policy because, as the principal says, ‘good teaching practice for deaf kids, is good teaching practice for all kids.’
When New South Wales principal Natalie Mansour trialled project-based learning (PBL) in her school, she soon realised the 'traditional' classroom needed a revamp.
In this month's video, Teacher finds out more about the Learning Interaction Classroom facilities at the Science of Learning Research Centre.
Using iPads to collect and track data in real time has helped educators in western Sydney develop an early intervention program for children entering Kindergarten.
This month we find out how bringing everyday items like milk crates and hay bales into primary school playgrounds could boost student fitness.
Ergonomic awareness and well-designed furniture and school bags can prevent pain, injury and poor posture for students. Rebecca Leech explains.
Every sport or physical activity carries with it a foreseeable risk of injury, so what should schools do to address that risk. Steve Holden reports.
No school playground can ever be 100 per cent safe, but there’s plenty your school can do to make your playground as safe as possible. Steve Holden reports.