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Five classroom tips for supporting students with additional needs
Five classroom tips for supporting students with additional needs

As a teacher, how can you create an inclusive space for all students to thrive? In this article, Sue Pickett, Additional Needs Coordinator at Eltham High School in Victoria, shares five tips for structuring your classroom and lesson so that it is accessible for all students, including those with additional needs.

Sport during school and academic achievement
Sport during school and academic achievement

We know that participating in sport and physical activity benefits health and wellbeing. New research has found it also has a small positive effect on students’ academic performance, particularly in mathematics and science.

Infographic: The impact of COVID-19 on education
Infographic: The impact of COVID-19 on education

The Responses to Educational Disruption Survey (REDS) explores how the pandemic has impacted lower secondary education, investigating how 11 countries approached the challenge of ensuring continuity in teaching and learning during the disruption. Find out more about insights from the survey in today's infographic.

Q&A: Global Teacher Prize 2021 winner Keishia Thorpe
Q&A: Global Teacher Prize 2021 winner Keishia Thorpe

‘I put my students’ cultural and social identities at the forefront of my teaching. It’s important to recognise the inequities they face.’ In today’s Q&A, Global Teacher Prize 2021 winner Keishia Thorpe joins us to share more about the work she’s doing to improve student outcomes in her school setting and wider community.

Classroom simulators to support teacher training
Classroom simulators to support teacher training

Getting ready to start teaching in the classroom, managing student behaviour and meeting with parents can be a daunting prospect for many pre-service teachers. Researchers at the University of Virginia have spent the last five years developing digitally mediated simulations to supplement traditional teacher training.

Don’t look up, look forward: How are global trends shaping education?
Don’t look up, look forward: How are global trends shaping education?

In his first Teacher column of the year, OECD Director for Education and Skills Andreas Schleicher discusses the Trends Shaping Education report, which examines the major economic, political, social and technological trends affecting education.

Infographic: Measures taken during school closures
Infographic: Measures taken during school closures

An OECD survey explored how 27 education systems across the globe responded during school closures in 2020. This infographic shows how widely nine different measures were used for at least one level of schooling to target students at risk of exclusion from distance education platforms.

Photo story: Inspiring learning spaces
Photo story: Inspiring learning spaces

A vertical school in Brisbane has been named one of the winners at the 2021 World Architecture Festival. In this article, we share the details of the school design, and other school projects from across the world that have been recognised for their innovative design concepts.

Global Education: 2021 Australian Global Teacher Prize finalist Rebecca West
Global Education: 2021 Australian Global Teacher Prize finalist Rebecca West

In this episode of Global Education, we catch up with 2021 Top 10 finalist from Bonnyrigg Public School in New South Wales, Rebecca West. Rebecca was recognised for her work in supporting students with additional needs and refining the school’s professional development program. She shares more in today’s podcast.

Disadvantage hindering social and emotional development
Disadvantage hindering social and emotional development

In her final Teacher column of the year, Dr Sue Thomson explores data from a new large-scale survey of young people’s social and emotional skills that reveals significant differences between students from advantaged and disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds.