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Teaching Methods: Engineering Part 1 with Lyn English

Teacher magazine talks to Professor in STEM Education Lyn English about the importance of Engineering in the primary years and resources to support teachers in the classroom.

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Action Research Episode 2: Four teachers, 120 learners

Three years ago, Nikki Urlich and her colleagues redesigned the teaching and learning of maths at their New Zealand school. The ‘Modern Maths’ program brings together 120 learners and a team of four teachers in an innovative learning environment.

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The Research Files Episode 21: The impact of Snapchat in education settings

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.

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Global Education Episode 9: Classroom wellbeing in Denmark

Dr Kevin Anthony Perry talks to Teacher magazine about a collaborative research project exploring classroom wellbeing in Denmark.

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The Research Files Episode 20: Recruitment and retention of Indigenous educators

Teacher speaks to Peter Johnson about efforts to improve the recruitment and retention of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander educators in Australian schools.

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Global Education Episode 8: FabLabs and makerspaces with Jaymes Dec

Teacher speaks to New York educator Jaymes Dec about school FabLabs, pop-up makerspaces and the open-source Nerdy Derby.

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The Research Files Special Episode: Professor Tim Bell

In this special episode of The Research Files, Teacher talks to Professor Tim Bell about Computer Science education. He's one of the keynotes at the ACER Research Conference 2016 – his talk is titled 'What's all the fuss about coding?'

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Rewind: Podcasts from Teacher’s second year

In honour of our second birthday, the Teacher team looks back on some of our favourite podcasts from the last year.

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Teaching Methods: Nature Pedagogy with Claire Warden

Teacher chats to Claire Warden about Nature Pedagogy – what it is and how it works in practice, including lesson planning and risk management.

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The Research Files Episode 19: Reading for pleasure

The inaugural Kids & Family Reading Report Australia explores child and parent attitudes and behaviours around reading for pleasure. Teacher speaks to Professor Rosemary Johnston about the report’s findings and its implications for educators.

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