Two teachers from India have made it through to the top 50 finalists of the prestigious Global Teacher Prize 2023. Deep Narayan Nayak and Hari Krishna Patacharu are now in the running to win the US$1 million award.
UNESCO’s Global Education Monitoring Report for 2023 focuses on technology in education. According to the report’s Profiles Enhancing Education Reviews for 211 education systems, 51% have set ICT standards for teachers ‘in a competency framework, teacher training framework, development plan or strategy’. Here is an international snapshot for 2022.
A major international report released today calls for smartphones to be banned in schools, pointing to concerns about data privacy, cyberbullying, wellbeing and among children themselves. Here are the key messages from the UNESCO 2023 Global Education Monitoring Report on technology in education.
In our latest expert Q&A we talk to Greta Rollo, who leads the Primary Early Childhood and Inclusive Research team at the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), and ACER Research Fellow Dr Kellie Picker, about the place of phonics in early reading instruction.
We’re thrilled to let you know the Teacher Reader Survey for India is now open. As our dedicated stream of content and readership in India continues to grow, we’d love to find out more about you and the topics that matter to you.
What do you need information on? School entrepreneurship programs? Global Citizenship Education? How to use toys to support learning? The second Teacher India alphabet brings you quick links to popular content that you might find useful. Download the PDF for a hyperlinked version.
Giving students a practical, hands-on challenge is a great opportunity for them to demonstrate what they can do and the progress they have made, while gaining an appreciation of the relevance and wider application of the knowledge and skills they’ve learned.
The WISE Awards 2022 for innovation in education were announced last month and include several pioneering projects that are making a difference to students, teachers, leaders and communities in India. Here, we look at the winners.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us about some of the key elements of successful teaching and learning and brought the needs of every student into sharp focus. That was the message from Professor Geoff Masters AO in his keynote at the Jigyasa 2022 learning festival.
‘The metaverse is upon us. Soon it will be as omnipresent as TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook (now Meta).’ So reads the first line of a new Policy Brief exploring the potential of the metaverse to enhance teaching and learning in the future, and why we need to start planning for it now.