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Teaching self-regulated learning skills
Teaching self-regulated learning skills

The evolution of the teacher-controlled learning environment to include more self-directed online education has highlighted the need for students to develop self-regulated learning skills.

Childhood trauma in the classroom
Childhood trauma in the classroom

Mollie Tobin outlines research from neuroscience, psychology and education to highlight new understandings in childhood trauma research and how it can be applied.

Preschoolers and numeracy development
Preschoolers and numeracy development

In the second in a series of papers discussing neuroscience, psychology and research Dr Kate Reid explores preschool early numeracy development and how to help foster it.

Lost in translation – shattering neuromyths
Lost in translation – shattering neuromyths

'Imagine having a brain that is only 10 per cent active ...' Research has sought to shatter common misunderstandings about the brain that are held in classrooms.

I think I can - motivation and the maths gender gap
I think I can - motivation and the maths gender gap

Dr Sarah Buckley explores gender differences in maths with research from neuroscience, psychology and education.

Reflections on classroom inquiry project success
Reflections on classroom inquiry project success

‘[Ruby] has been working on this project for many months and comes to each day with a new idea to try, or a new way to achieve something already attempted.' 

Teacher’s bookshelf: Helping underperforming students
Teacher’s bookshelf: Helping underperforming students

STEM specialist teacher Britt Gow reviews a book that provides research-based strategies for helping underperforming students.

Creative insight problem solving: What teachers should know
Creative insight problem solving: What teachers should know

What should teachers know about creative insight problem solving? Dr Sacha DeVelle provides Teacher readers with some insight.

The Research Files Episode 12: Dr Chris Harvey on delayed school start times
The Research Files Episode 12: Dr Chris Harvey on delayed school start times

Teacher speaks to Dr Chris Harvey about a year-long study exploring whether starting the school day later has an impact on student achievement levels.

Teacher’s bookshelf: June 2015
Teacher’s bookshelf: June 2015

Britt Gow recently read two books - one by Carol Dweck and the other by John Geake. Here, she elaborates on why she thinks they are worthwhile to a teacher’s professional learning.  

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