How can we engage girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths? One school is tackling the issue full steam ahead.
Researchers are testing innovative methods for recognising highly accomplished practitioners that link focused portfolio tasks to teacher standards.
Britt Gow recently read two books - one by Carol Dweck and the other by John Geake. Here, she elaborates on why she thinks they are worthwhile to a teacher’s professional learning.
Christine Haynes recently tested out a wireless handheld microscope with Year 4 students. Here, she reflects on her experience with it and whether it could enhance students’ learning.
Teacher speaks to four school leaders about taking on staff who've switched careers – and the practical experience they bring to the classroom.
What is photonics? And, how can you make it relevant to your students? Teacher turned to Australian photonics expert, Professor Tanya Monro, for help.
Modular kits can help students in the science classroom understand molecules, processes and forces that cannot be seen. Here, educator Britt Gow reviews a few ready-made kits.
More than 550 youngsters took part in the inaugural Australian STEM Video Game Challenge. Teacher takes a look at the winning entries.
A trip to Space Camp is helping one educator design a curriculum that is based on real experiences, with the aim to engage STEM students.
Are teenage students in Finland more likely to persevere with a problem than their counterparts in Australia? What about students in Shanghai or the US? Take a look at this Teacher infographic.