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‘Teacher of the street’ breaking the cycle of illiteracy in rural India
‘Teacher of the street’ breaking the cycle of illiteracy in rural India

Deep Narayan Nayak from Asansol, West Bengal, popularly known as Raster Master (Teacher of the street), is working towards the educational upliftment of learners across generations of socially and economically marginalised communities. He was one of the Top 10 finalists of the prestigious Global Teacher Prize 2023.

A year 12 AI lesson activity in Economics
A year 12 AI lesson activity in Economics

As Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools and programs become more sophisticated, teachers are starting to look at how they can be successfully incorporated into their lesson planning. Meesha Arora teaches Economics at The British School, New Delhi and has been using AI with her year 12 students for a reflective assignment.

Professional development essential in integrating technology into classrooms
Professional development essential in integrating technology into classrooms

Suresh C Joshi, Executive Director, Centre for Online Education, Chandigarh University talks about his recent research on the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) framework and the impact of tech-based professional development on the effective use of technology to enhance student learning.

Podcast special: World-class learning systems – conditions for successful student learning
Podcast special: World-class learning systems – conditions for successful student learning

Professor Geoff Masters, CEO of the Australian Council for Educational Research, joins Teacher for a series on world-class learning systems. In Episode 2, he joins Editor Jo Earp to discuss how the 5 jurisdictions of British Columbia, Estonia, Finland, Hong Kong, and South Korea are creating the conditions for all students to learn successfully.

Unleashing the power of student voice
Unleashing the power of student voice

‘The future of education lies in empowering every student's voice, ensuring that their perspectives shape a more inclusive and responsive educational system.’ In our latest reader submission, Divya Kapoor – Headmistress at ASPAM Scottish School, Noida – shares examples of student voice initiatives from her own school, and others around the world.

Infographic: Teachers needed across the globe by 2030
Infographic: Teachers needed across the globe by 2030

According to new research from UNESCO, 44 million additional teachers will be needed globally by 2030 to educate every child. In today’s infographic, we explore the key figures from this research, and share the recruitment targets for replacing attrition in primary and secondary schools.

Teaching about climate change: A transformative pedagogy for actionable impact
Teaching about climate change: A transformative pedagogy for actionable impact

‘Teaching climate change through an alternate pedagogy not only equips students with scientific knowledge but empowers them to become agents of change.’ In his latest article for Teacher, Ashok Pandey describes his innovative approach to teaching climate change that involves immersing students into real-world scenarios.

Problem-Based Learning and student-led learning experiences
Problem-Based Learning and student-led learning experiences

In today's article, Guneet Ohri, Principal at The Suncity School-37D Gurugram, a branch of The Suncity School, Sector 54, shares how her school ensures students are equipped with the necessary skills to thrive in the future through learning practices including Transdisciplinary and Project-Based Learning (PBL) blended with Visible Thinking Routines (VTR).

Leading voices: Dr. Sarojini Rao
Leading voices: Dr. Sarojini Rao

Our ‘Leading voices’ article series features school principals from across India. Dr Sarojini Rao is Principal of the Indus International School (IIS), Bangalore, a leading international day-cum-boarding school. Anannya Chakraborty asks her 5 questions.

Making student assessments inclusive
Making student assessments inclusive

‘… each learner has an equal opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge, skills and learning progress, and therefore at success.’ In this article, Assistant Professor Jwairia Saleem shares 5 ways that teachers can make student assessments inclusive.