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Infographic: Educators share advice on communication

The 2018 Teacher reader survey asked educators to share a piece of advice with their peers. One of the topics to emerge was communication. In this infographic, we look at some of your responses on the theme.

Wellbeing, STEM, learning spaces and PD
Wellbeing, STEM, learning spaces and PD

Our annual reader survey has just closed for another year, but we’re already busy working through all the feedback you’ve shared to ensure we’re following up on the topics you’ve said you want more of.

The Research Files Episode 46: Practical strategies to assist children with ADHD in the classroom
The Research Files Episode 46: Practical strategies to assist children with ADHD in the classroom

What are some practical strategies teachers could use in the classroom to assist students with ADHD? Dr Emma Sciberras from Deakin University joins Teacher to discuss her research on children with ADHD and their behaviour, learning and day-to-day living.

Excellence in Science teaching: Prime Minister’s Science Prize 2018
Excellence in Science teaching: Prime Minister’s Science Prize 2018

This year’s Prime Minister’s prizes for Science have just been announced at a ceremony in Canberra. Here, we look at the work of two classroom practitioners whose outstanding efforts saw them named winners of the Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching.

Q&A: Research trials in school settings
Q&A: Research trials in school settings

In today’s Q&A, we speak with Dr Drew Miller, a senior lecturer from the University of Newcastle, about what Randomised Controlled Trials involve and how this research method can be beneficial to both the school and educational research communities.    

Gonski, learning and the case for change
Gonski, learning and the case for change

Professor Geoff Masters AO has been saying recently that the Gonski 2.0 recommendations may provide our best hope of reversing the long-term decline in the reading, mathematics and science levels of Australian 15-year-olds. Why does he say this? Find out more in his latest Teacher column.

Infographic: Wise words on change

Our annual reader survey is open now and we’re asking educators: ‘If you could share one piece of advice with your peers, what would it be?’ One of the themes to emerge is ‘change’. Here are some of the responses we’ve received so far on the topic.

Q&A: School success in Estonia
Q&A: School success in Estonia

In today’s Q&A, we hear from Gunda Tire, the National Project Manager for PISA in Estonia, who shares more about the features of the Estonian school system, and what teachers have been doing to support students to reach their educational potential.

Why it’s important educators are passionate about the Arts
Why it’s important educators are passionate about the Arts

Professor Robyn Ewing from the University of Sydney sat down with Teacher magazine’s Rebecca Vukovic at Research Conference 2018 to discuss why it's important educators are passionate about the Arts.

School-community program: Ask Gran Not Google
School-community program: Ask Gran Not Google

As part of the Ask Gran Not Google pilot program, Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School is encouraging students to have meaningful conversations with elderly citizens in the community.