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And the winners are …
And the winners are …

Nearly 1500 students in Years 5 to 12 took part in the latest Australian STEM Video Game Challenge. Here, Teacher provides an overview of the award winners for 2015.

The Research Files Episode 11: Dave Paunesku on ‘growth mindset' interventions
The Research Files Episode 11: Dave Paunesku on ‘growth mindset' interventions

This month’s instalment of The Research Files looks at a study exploring online interventions aimed at instilling a ‘growth mindset’ in high school students.

Digital Delivery Day beats F1 noise conundrum
Digital Delivery Day beats F1 noise conundrum

Read about how one school has successfully implemented a Digital Delivery Day in order to solve a very real teaching and learning problem.

The Research Files Episode 7: Julian Fraillon on ICILS
The Research Files Episode 7: Julian Fraillon on ICILS

Julian Fraillon discusses the results of the pioneering International Computer and Information Literacy Study, which took place for the first time in 2013. 

Imagining the schools of the future

What will schools look like in 2030? Take a look at this Teacher infographic to find out what a panel of global educators said.

Inside a blended classroom
Inside a blended classroom

Three years ago, Kavita Gupta decided to change her method of instruction. Here, she discusses how a three-pronged approach to student engagement has proved beneficial.

Uncovering authentic learning: Stupid gamers and terrible teenagers
Uncovering authentic learning: Stupid gamers and terrible teenagers

Do you think game-thumbing young people are stupid, antisocial zombies, while skaters are just, well, stupid, antisocial teenagers on skateboards? It might be time to think again.

Programming the future: The difference between 'using' and 'doing' technology
Programming the future: The difference between 'using' and 'doing' technology

Our schools and our students are very good at using technology, but if we want to thrive in the 21st century, we and our students need to become very good at doing technology.