In her new video series on Making Maths fun, Mathematics teacher Holly Millican shares three activities she does with her students in the last few lessons before the school holidays.
What are the protocols for Learning Walks and Talks? This question was posed to Dr Lyn Sharratt during the podcast recording of Teacher Talks, in front of a live audience of teachers and school leaders in Melbourne.
The latest cycle of the OECD’s Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS 2018) asked educators around the world about teaching practices they use that are related to equity and diversity.
In her video series on Making Maths fun, South Grafton High School teacher Holly Millican shares three maths activities that she uses in her classroom to start or finish off her lessons.
Learning Walks and Talks are most effective when they occur daily. But, given schools are such busy places, how likely is it that this could actually happen? Dr Lyn Sharratt discusses her approach in today’s video.
In her new video series on Making Maths fun, Mathematics teacher Holly Millican shares the top three strategies she uses in her classroom with some of her most disengaged students.
Findings from a new study have shown that students go through a two-stage process when selecting which subjects to study in senior secondary school, and that they are particularly cautious when taking advice from teachers.
In her new video series on Making Maths fun, Mathematics teacher Holly Millican shares the top revision activities that she uses in her classroom at South Grafton High School in New South Wales.
CSIRO’s Caja Gilbert sat down with Teacher to discuss how an inquiry-based science program is encouraging Indigenous students to choose STEM subjects in senior secondary school.
New research is uncovering how girls’ participation in sport is proving to be a lot lower than boys. In this video, we take a look at how girls’ confidence in sport, and other aspects of schooling, differs to boys’ confidence.