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Leading learning in a digital age

The 21st Century challenges leaders to perform in very different ways. Here, find out how some school leaders are embracing the digital age.

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Better than a ‘quick fix’

The SunLit reading program at Sunshine College in Melbourne is designed to cater to students of all abilities and has attracted interest from schools across the country.

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Does A-E grading show individual growth?

Professor Geoff Masters says A to E grading doesn't tell the whole story. Teacher editor Jo Earp sat down with him to discuss possible alternatives.

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Building a professional portfolio

Whatever your role in school and whatever stage you're at in your career, building a professional portfolio can be a valuable tool.

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Reducing mathematics anxiety

Catherine Pearn discusses how to approach maths anxiety in the classroom.

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Legal matters: Intervention orders

Staff at one Victorian school told Teacher they would like to know more about intervention orders, so we asked two lawyers from the state give a brief overview.

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Philanthropic funding for your school

How do you go about applying for an ATO-approved school building fund? Jayne Kennedy is one educator who’s been there and done it.

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It’s all about teacher quality

It's an ongoing investment in staff that's driving improvement at Melbourne's Dandenong North Primary School.

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School evolution: A common global phenomenon

Mal Lee presents the first of six articles exploring the evolution that occurs when schools leave their traditional ‘paper’ operational base and move to one that is digital.

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The great outdoors

Outdoor education encourages students to connect with nature, with Indigenous culture, and with themselves and each other, writes Tony Hewison.

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