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Motivation and successful teaching

How are you feeling today? According to researcher Rebecca Collie, the way you feel will impact your work in the classroom.

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Blended learning – how does it work?

Teacher speaks to Rebecca Tomasini - founder and CEO of The Alvo Institute. Based in California, it helps schools design and implement personalised student instruction supported by Blended Learning.

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Helping set benchmarks

A project aimed at lifting the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers and principals in Australia has released a detailed workforce profile it hopes will lead to lasting reform.

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Student retention in Indigenous contexts

What can educators at the grassroots level do to continue to drive improvement in Indigenous student retention? 

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Therapeutic practice in the classroom

Tom Brunzell discusses integrating therapeutic practice into the classroom, and how doing so creates a setting of healing and growth for disengaged students.

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Celebrating creativity and innovation

The annual World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) Awards celebrate creative projects from across the globe. Here's a snapshot of the six winners.

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Distributed leadership

What is distributed leadership? What does the evidence say? And, can it work for your school? Professor Alma Harris, an expert in this area, discusses.

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Protective behaviours

In consultation with the Department of Education Western Australia, Protective Behaviours WA has developed the Holding Hands program, which aims to develop problem-solving skills and assertiveness in children.

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How to follow up with disruptive students

In the final part of his series on classroom discipline, Dr Bill Rogers takes you through how to follow up with a student beyond class time.

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Does homework contribute to student success?

The effectiveness of homework continues to be a hotly debated topic, but what does the research tell us? Jo Earp explores.

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