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COVID-19: How teachers can help students transition back to school
COVID-19: How teachers can help students transition back to school

‘For some, this transition will be filled with as much anxiety as the first day of school or the school year.’ In this reader submission, Dr Carl Leonard and Dr Gail Brown provide tips and suggestions for teachers and leaders to help manage the transition for all students, and particularly those with additional needs.

Lessons from delivering learning online
Lessons from delivering learning online

Staff at Ringwood Secondary College in Victoria have learned a lot since students began learning from home. Here, we speak to principal Michael Phillips about the aspects of remote learning that have resulted in positive outcomes for staff collaboration and student engagement.

Southeast Asia educators make $1 million Global Teacher Prize shortlist
Southeast Asia educators make $1 million Global Teacher Prize shortlist

Educators from Southeast Asia have made an impact in the USD $1 million Global Teacher Prize, with five representatives from the region making it onto the coveted top 50 shortlist for 2020.

Vocal fatigue and online teaching
Vocal fatigue and online teaching

Teachers are more likely to experience vocal fatigue than many other professions. As teachers find themselves delivering lessons online in a new and unfamiliar way, some may find they are experiencing more vocal fatigue than ever before. Voice coach Amy Hume offers her insights into how educators can care for their voices during this time.

Researching education: Five further readings on Mathematics
Researching education: Five further readings on Mathematics

How do you support students needing assistance in their Mathematics learning? What about the students who are adamant that they don’t like maths? In this article, we share five resources on Mathematics teaching and learning.

Teacher Staffroom Episode 14: Delivering remote learning
Teacher Staffroom Episode 14: Delivering remote learning

With the COVID-19 pandemic comes a dramatic change to education and a lot of questions about the continuation of learning. At Teacher magazine, we’ve published a lot of content looking at navigating this challenge. In this podcast, we take you through some of the highlights.

Digital learners and digital citizens – learning remotely and safely
Digital learners and digital citizens – learning remotely and safely

In our latest reader submission, Dr Joanne Blannin says the move to remote learning is an opportunity to develop substantial online learning skills for our students and see them as digital citizens who can use the internet safely and responsibly for learning, play and fun.

COVID-19: Practical tips for early years teaching and learning
COVID-19: Practical tips for early years teaching and learning

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented some unique challenges for early years educators as they move to a remote learning approach. In today’s article, Dr Deborah Price discusses some practical ways for embracing the teaching and learning opportunities this new environment provides.

School Improvement Episode 24: Mentoring girls in maths
School Improvement Episode 24: Mentoring girls in maths

Each year, the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute announce winners to a range of ChooseMaths awards. At the 2019 award ceremony, 11 educators were acknowledged and among them was Louise Puslednik. She took home the award for mentoring girls in maths and she joins us in this episode.

The impact of digital technology on student learning and wellbeing
The impact of digital technology on student learning and wellbeing

The amount of time children and teenagers are spending on digital technology inside and outside school is having a significant impact on their classroom learning, and physical and mental wellbeing, according to teacher and principal data from an Australian research study.

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