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Infographic: ICT skills and student self-efficacy

How confident do Australian Year 10 students feel when doing ICT-related tasks? Today’s infographic explores.

The Research Files Episode 15: The impact of dads reading to children
The Research Files Episode 15: The impact of dads reading to children

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.

Film literacy – the power of images
Film literacy – the power of images

Film literacy, as a field of academic interest, has far more to do with language education than it does with the films we see at the cinema.

Preparing students for the workplace
Preparing students for the workplace

Teacher quality and a lack of project-based learning have been flagged up as the main challenges facing primary and secondary schools by global education experts.

Taking ICT literacy to the next level
Taking ICT literacy to the next level

What do the results from the latest NAP-ICT assessment mean in terms of student skills and competencies?

From evidence to action – it's time to join the dots
From evidence to action – it's time to join the dots

A new research report says it's time to 'join the dots' and scale up successful examples of flexible learning systems to meet the 21st Century education needs of all Australian school students.

Culturally responsive teaching: What Aboriginal parents and students say is important
Culturally responsive teaching: What Aboriginal parents and students say is important

Recent research provides insight into culturally responsive teaching practices from the perspective of Aboriginal parents and students.

Infographic: Teaching hours - Part 2

In the second part of Teacher's infographic on teaching hours, we look at how the United Kingdom compares with other countries when it comes to the number of teaching hours in primary, lower secondary and upper secondary.

Infographic: Teaching hours

How does Australia compare with other countries when it comes to the number of teaching hours in primary, lower secondary and upper secondary? Find out in today's infographic.

Catching up struggling readers
Catching up struggling readers

A pilot study has helped struggling youngsters in Australia, with participating students achieving an average reading age gain of 15 months in six months.