25 February 2015
Analysis of philanthropic contributions to education by the world’s largest firms has revealed Australian companies place a great emphasis on community and employee engagement.
24 February 2015
Christine Haynes reviews a robot construction kit, and discusses why robotics still appeals to tech-savvy teachers.
17 February 2015
Teachers are at times being allocated to subjects for which they have received no formal education or training. What is the extent of the problem in Australia? Find out in this Teacher infographic.
16 February 2015
‘From a moral sense, we asked “what can we do better?”’ How a focus on the fundamentals of primary education rapidly transformed results at a Western Australian school.
12 February 2015
As a follow up to our popular Books for reluctant readers series, Teacher is pleased to introduce the newest member of the team.
11 February 2015
Two Western Australian teachers have developed a play-based program that provides experiences for students to explore and investigate phonetic sounds.
09 February 2015
‘More sensible is to consider what works in high-performing countries and adapt for local circumstances.’ Former politician and award-winning journalist, Maxine McKew, discusses how schools can replicate success.
05 February 2015
Julian Fraillon discusses the results of the pioneering International Computer and Information Literacy Study, which took place for the first time in 2013.
22 January 2015
Teachers planning theme-based units, displays and assemblies will find ideas in this round-up of celebrations and commemorations for 2015.
15 January 2015
In the final part of our video series on books for reluctant readers, Teacher speaks to Carmel Eyre, College Librarian at Glen Eira College, Victoria, about her favourite books for the reluctant reader.