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Video: Kiran Bir Sethi on a student-centred curriculum – Part 2
Video: Kiran Bir Sethi on a student-centred curriculum – Part 2

In the final video in this 2-part series, Kiran Bir Sethi, Founder of The Riverside School in Ahmedabad talks to ACER India's Anannya Chakraborty about the school’s global programs – Design for Change and I CAN School.

Video: Kiran Bir Sethi on a student-centred curriculum
Video: Kiran Bir Sethi on a student-centred curriculum

Kiran Bir Sethi is the Founder of The Riverside School in Ahmedabad. In today’s video, she talks to ACER India's Anannya Chakraborty about the school's user-centred curriculum.

Video: Bringing student needs into sharp focus
Video: Bringing student needs into sharp focus

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.

Video: Supporting students with additional needs - using study planners
Video: Supporting students with additional needs - using study planners

Additional Needs Coordinator Sue Pickett shares a study planner she created with her team at Eltham High School in Victoria, Australia, to support teachers in assisting students with additional needs.

Students monitoring their learning with Professor Geoff Masters
Students monitoring their learning with Professor Geoff Masters

In today’s video Teacher magazine sits down with Australian Council for Educational Research CEO Professor Geoff Masters AO to discuss why it is important that students are involved in the process of setting goals for their own learning and can monitor the progress that they’re making.

Thinking differently about assessment with Professor Geoff Masters
Thinking differently about assessment with Professor Geoff Masters

In today’s video Teacher magazine sits down with Australian Council for Educational Research CEO Professor Geoff Masters AO to discuss new ways of thinking about assessment.