How much does student motivation and engagement change over the course of a day, a week, and a month at school? How much does motivation and engagement vary from student to student?
Does adopting a formal or a conversational style in learning materials affect learning processes and outcomes? Three academics discuss.
Engaging in discussion about books was something this educator believed would be of benefit to her extension literacy students. So, she began an online shared reading space.
In the final instalment of his six-part series, Mal Lee discusses the impact of digital technology on student learning.
How can we engage girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths? One school is tackling the issue full steam ahead.
Jacynta Krakouer provides a snapshot of Making school meaningful for Indigenous learners, which has practical tools for teachers wanting to improve outcomes for Indigenous students.
An in-school book publishing program is one of the most important motivators in Noosa Pengari Steiner School’s high school English program. Here, Shelley Davidow shares details of the approach, in the hopes to inspire others.
Two teachers explain how an approach to literacy that incorporates an in-school book publishing program has contributed to an increase in engagement levels.
Most secondary school students have a mobile phone, and most mobile phones have a camera, MP3 player, video camera and a stopwatch. Jarrod Robinson explains why schools should stop confiscating these amazing pieces of technology, and how phones can be used to engage students in learning.