Professor Nan Bahr returns to her complete set of 40th anniversary Dr Seuss books to consider the qualities of quality teaching. Part two explores enthusiasm.
Professor Nan Bahr uses the works of Dr Seuss as a guide through two important personal attributes for teachers. Part 1 explores humour.
For Nature Pedagogue Claire Warden, outdoor learning is about giving children an opportunity to learn in and with the natural world.
By including programming in the curriculum, should the aim be to produce a nation of coders? Not so, according to Code Club Australia's Kelly Tagalan.
What do the results from the latest NAP-ICT assessment mean in terms of student skills and competencies?
Dr Stephen Keast and Dr Bec Cooper share some tips for those interested in adopting the team teaching approach and pitfalls to watch out for.
Jo Earp sits down with science teacher educators Dr Stephen Keast and Dr Bec Cooper, to explore team teaching and its potential benefits for students.
Coding is a hot topic in education. But, as one UK teacher explains, it's not all about sitting in front of a computer.
Andreas Schleicher joins Teacher from Paris to talk about the findings of a recent OECD report that explores the impact of technology on student learning outcomes.
Investing heavily in ICT for education doesn't lead to appreciable improvements in student achievement in reading, maths or science, according to a new OECD study.