A survey of Australian teachers and principals has revealed an ageing workforce, which researchers warn has significant implications for succession planning.
Do you like to praise students who complete a task that's easy for them? According to a research review, this strategy can be harmful to learning.
Are teenage students in Finland more likely to persevere with a problem than their counterparts in Australia? What about students in Shanghai or the US? Take a look at this Teacher infographic.
Teacher speaks to Rebecca Tomasini - founder and CEO of The Alvo Institute. Based in California, it helps schools design and implement personalised student instruction supported by Blended Learning.
The results of a new international study indicate that Australian teenagers are more likely to persevere in problem-solving.
How long will it take for youth to have adequate literacy skills around the world? Find out in this infographic by the EFA Global Monitoring Report and the UNESCO Institute for Statistics.
The annual World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) Awards celebrate creative projects from across the globe. Here's a snapshot of the six winners.
Traditional bullying is twice as common as cyber bullying among teenagers, according to a new research analysis of 80 studies from around the world.
The teaching profession needs to be 'inspired by innovation and research', says Andreas Schleicher. Read more about his special video message at ACER's Research Conference in today's Teacher article.
A new study has found 'text speak' does not have a negative impact on the development of children's grammar and spelling.