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Learning by teaching ... a robot
Learning by teaching ... a robot

Researchers are exploring how an artificially-intelligent robot can help children improve their handwriting skills, by placing the youngsters in the role of teacher.

Moving on with literacy
Moving on with literacy

Researchers have developed a program that combines movement with literacy to improve reading and writing skills in early childhood.

Teacher's bookshelf: Autism Awareness Month
Teacher's bookshelf: Autism Awareness Month

In honour of Autism Awareness month, two educators take a look at a story about a boy who embarks on a journey to find a new brain.

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.

Fast five: Spelling errors
Fast five: Spelling errors

Analysing student spelling errors and recognising patterns can help you identify underlying issues and come up with teaching and learning strategies.

Nurturing a 21st Century skill set
Nurturing a 21st Century skill set

New international research suggests educators can play a pivotal role in fostering children's non-cognitive skills, without breaking the school budget.

Assessment reform and innovation
Assessment reform and innovation

This month we find out how educators can play a part in assessment reform.

Teacher's bookshelf
Teacher's bookshelf

Britt Gow gives Teacher the lowdown on two books that she believes will change the way you teach.

A focus on innovative learning environments
A focus on innovative learning environments

Why should schools seek to develop innovative learning environments? What do they look like internationally? Who are the educators? An OECD report explored the topic.