Professional learning

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Learning journeys: Staff investigations
Learning journeys: Staff investigations

Staff-developed research programs are key to the curriculum improvement process at this school.

Spotlight on practitioners
Spotlight on practitioners

Educators from around the world will gather in Sydney next month to share successful approaches that have helped to improve student learning outcomes in school communities.

Making new connections
Making new connections

Selena Woodward from Flinders University explains how using social media to create networks and connect with peers has influenced her practice.

Mentors and master teachers – lessons from Shanghai
Mentors and master teachers – lessons from Shanghai

What if you had a mentor for your entire career? And, what if mentoring others was part of the job description for every teacher?

Exploring and refining practice
Exploring and refining practice

An approach to professional development that combines collaborative, local learning communities with a focused pedagogical framework.

Comprehension strategies
Comprehension strategies

Associate Professor John Munro discusses why readers require a range of strategies in order to comprehend text independently and spontaneously.

Beginner teachers – common issues and strategies
Beginner teachers – common issues and strategies

What are the most common issues that beginner teachers face in those critical first few years? Today’s video explores.

Coaching and mentoring for school improvement
Coaching and mentoring for school improvement

Professor Kathryn Moyle expands on the steps that a school can take to successfully implement coaching and mentoring conversations.

Connecting the dots
Connecting the dots

Educators in Melbourne are carrying out school-based action research to identify links between professional learning, classroom practice and student achievement.

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.