From online videos to digital comics and video games – there are countless different ways teachers can use technology to support their lessons. So how are teachers using networked technologies in the classroom? Find out in this Teacher infographic.
22 July 2016
21 July 2016
Teacher talks to University of New England academics Dr Jennifer Charteris and Dr Sue Gregory about their research that looks at the impact of the messaging app Snapchat in education settings, and how schools are responding to issues such as cyber bullying and sexting.
19 July 2016
Teacher is delighted to welcome Andreas Schleicher, Director of the OECD's Directorate for Education and Skills, as a quarterly columnist. In his first article he explores the long-term consequences of students’ poor performance and how this could lead to further disengagement from school.
Tags: long reads, science, mathematics, reading, international
14 July 2016
It’s called National Science Week but this year’s theme for schools actually embraces the T in STEM – Technology – with educators and students encouraged to explore Drones, Droids and Robots.
Tags: science, technology, STEM, STEAM, short articles
13 July 2016
For well over a century, lesson study (jugyou kenkyuu) has been an important part of ongoing teacher training in Japan. Teacher finds out more about this collaborative professional learning model.
12 July 2016
Teacher magazine asks three presenters at this year’s Excellence in Professional Practice Conference to share their advice for educators looking to undertake action research in a school setting.
11 July 2016
The 2016 Teacher reader survey runs from July 11 to August 12. Your input will help us continue to improve the content to make it even more relevant to you – and, by taking part, you’ll go in the draw to win a Teacher Wellbeing Pack.
Tags: Teacher magazine, short articles
08 July 2016
The OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) 2013 asked lower secondary education teachers about the distribution of class time during the average lesson. So, how much time is actually spent on teaching and learning? Find out in this Teacher infographic.
Tags: research news, international, infographics
07 July 2016
Dr Kevin Anthony Perry talks to Teacher magazine about a collaborative research project exploring classroom wellbeing in Denmark.
Tags: student welfare, EPPC, international, audio
06 July 2016
To address the decline in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) participation, experts are turning to innovative approaches to engage students in science.
Tags: STEM, STEAM, science, arts, mathematics, Research Conference, short articles
05 July 2016
How one Adelaide primary school has used Australian Early Development Census data to improve its transition and orientation to school programs.
04 July 2016
The phrase ‘cross-curricular’ is often referred to in schools. David Roy, a Lecturer in Education and Creative Arts, explores why it’s important and how it can be implemented.
30 June 2016
When Teacher shares examples of how evidence is being used to inform future action it’s usually educators who are doing the analysis and reflection, but in this case it’s students who’ve been digging into school data.
29 June 2016
When you’re planning a lesson or unit of work, one of the things you’ll be thinking about is how to make the best use of the resources available, including teacher aides.
28 June 2016
In his latest Teacher video Greg Whitby speaks to Brad Carroll, from St Mary MacKillop Primary in Penrith South, New South Wales, about the school’s Stage 2 Strings program.
Tags: music, the arts, student engagement, video
27 June 2016
Associate Professor Jane Mitchell, Associate Professor Sara Murray and Jeffrey Larsen share a feedback strategy to encourage students to make a consistent effort in mathematics class, and to help them see a connection between their effort and achievement.
24 June 2016
Teacher speaks to Peter Johnson about efforts to improve the recruitment and retention of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander educators in Australian schools.
23 June 2016
In the experience of Australian Principals, how well prepared are recent teacher graduates in relation to areas such as dealing with difficult student behaviour, making effective use of ICT, and subject content knowledge? Find out in today's infographic.