The Australian School Education Leaders Sentiment Index, by Slade Group, explores the priorities and drivers for school leaders when considering a new role. It draws on findings from interviews and a survey with 60 principals, from which 5 key themes emerged. Find out more in our latest infographic.
School Assembly is the podcast that explores what it takes to build a new school from the ground up. In Series 1 we’re following Principal Dr Ray Boyd and Associate Principal Rachael Lehr at Dayton Primary School in Western Australia. In this episode we’re talking about student enrolments.
We are excited to launch our latest project – the Teacher Awards – aimed at recognising outstanding approaches to teaching and school leadership. In this article, learn more about who is eligible to be nominated, how the application process works, entry fees, and what happens once you’ve entered.
We are excited to launch our latest project – Teacher Awards – aimed at recognising outstanding approaches to teaching and school leadership. The 8 Award Categories are open to educators working in the K-12 school education community and recognise achievements of the last 12 months. Find out more in today’s article.
We are excited to launch our latest project – Teacher Awards – aimed at recognising outstanding approaches to teaching and school leadership. The Judging Panel for the awards is comprised of 10 experts in education. Find out more in today’s article.
All children deserve a healthy foundation for their development and growth, and schools play a crucial role in making this a reality. A new discussion paper suggests shifting the core purpose of schools and shares 5 key principles to enhance student wellbeing, learning and happiness.
‘As a school teacher or leader, you will understand the challenge of addressing gaps in students’ literacy and numeracy skills.’ In this article, Adam Inder shares findings from AERO’s 'Implementing effective tiered interventions in secondary schools' project.
In this edition of Researching education: 5 further readings, we share 5 pieces of content on the topic of supporting reading from researchers in Australia and from overseas, including an open access book with practical teaching strategies and a paper that takes a deep dive into phonemic proficiency.
Our latest Teacher’s Bookshelf features Becoming a Totally Inclusive School: A Guide for Teachers and School Leaders, written by Angeline Aow, Sadie Hollins and Stephen Whitehead. This exclusive extract shares examples of what it means to be a totally inclusive school – an equitable and just institution – and some of the challenges.
In the final article of a series about a 3-year Australian research project into Problem Based Learning in school-based STEM education, 2 of the teachers who are co-researchers in the project – Melissa Gatt and Frank Fabri – discuss student agency as a necessary condition for meaningful STEM learning.