The co-authors of an annual Australian study say involving parents more in the day-to-day learning of their children could help to change perceptions about teachers’ capabilities.
Forging community partnerships is one way that schools can access external resources and expertise to further support student programs, staff professional learning and parents.
How one Adelaide primary school has used Australian Early Development Census data to improve its transition and orientation to school programs.
How one school responded to local census data highlighting a need to support early childhood development in the area of physical health and wellbeing.
There is a well-established way of thinking about schooling. But is there another way? Professor Geoff Masters AO discusses.
A coding club and inviting research scientists to speak to students at lunch times are two of the ways this school is working with its parent community to develop STEM learning.
From worksheets to soccer balls. Why one school has replaced formal homework with after-school sporting activities.
The traditional A to E report card is a thing of the past at Nossal High School, where grades have been removed to give more targeted and useful feedback to students and parents.
Dr Elisabeth Duursma discusses her research on the impact of fathers reading to their children, and why it has implications for educators in the classroom.
Recent research provides insight into culturally responsive teaching practices from the perspective of Aboriginal parents and students.