Partnerships in education
It’s not just students who are benefiting from the robotics program at Grace Lutheran College – the Queensland college also provides free training to educators from other schools.
Forging community partnerships is one way that schools can access external resources and expertise to further support student programs, staff professional learning and parents.
Associate Professor Jane Mitchell, Associate Professor Sara Murray and Jeffrey Larsen share a feedback strategy to encourage students to make a consistent effort in mathematics class, and to help them see a connection between their effort and achievement.
Poster presenters at this year’s Excellence in Professional Practice Conference tell us more about their collaborations.
How a collaborative action research project between educators and academics is promoting a growth mindset in students and impacting on learning outcomes.
Teacher takes a closer look at a project that sees artists working alongside teachers in the classroom to encourage students to take a more creative and physical approach to learning mathematics.
‘We're mainly using LEGO kits at the moment because we find that a lot of schools are familiar with them.’ How a university partnership program is supporting STEM learning.
Collaboration is the key word at this year’s Excellence in Professional Practice Conference, as members of the education community share their stories of school-based improvement projects.
Teacher explores a project involving academics partnering with school leaders and staff to develop feedback strategies to promote a growth mindset in students.
Principal Chris Cawsey recounts the story of how her school community developed a sustainable Asia literacy program that promotes the learning of Chinese language and culture.