Professional learning

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A three-way approach to development
A three-way approach to development

As a follow-up to last week’s article ‘It’s all about teacher quality’, we look at the fundamentals of the coaching and mentoring program at Dandenong North Primary School in Melbourne's south-east.

It's all about teacher quality
It's all about teacher quality

It's an ongoing investment in staff that's driving improvement at Melbourne's Dandenong North Primary School.

Finding time for teachers

The life of a teacher can be hectic, so what can you do to free up time for development? Take a look at this infographic.

Vision for 'research-rich' schools
Vision for 'research-rich' schools

A new report into the role of research in teaching and teacher education has set out a vision to develop research-rich schools and classrooms.

EPPC 2014
EPPC 2014

The Excellence in Professional Practice Conference 2014 features dozens of presentations and workshops celebrating the successes of school educators.

All aboard! Reluctant passengers on the training journey
All aboard! Reluctant passengers on the training journey

Effective professional development or training is about skillful teaching, but it’s also about the clever use of new technologies, says Marc Ratcliffe.

Difficult behaviour - Beyond telling off
Difficult behaviour - Beyond telling off

Are you dealing with difficult behaviours in your classroom? Anthony Hockey looks at some preventive measures to help you address behaviours before they get difficult.

Professional learning that informs classroom practice – that's a good idea
Professional learning that informs classroom practice – that's a good idea

Research shows that professional learning has a powerful effect on the skills and knowledge of teachers. The tricky question is how to measure the impact of that professional learning on classroom practice and, as a result, on student learning.