'Sitting down with our children to watch programs that demonstrate and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ways of knowing and being, such as Little J & Big Cuz, is one small ‘next step’ that each of us can take on the journey towards reconciliation.'
An Australian study shines a spotlight on the highs and lows of the practicum experience from the perspective of pre-service drama teachers. Lead author Dr Christina Gray discusses her findings.
The STEAMpunk Girls project involves researchers from University of Technology Sydney working with high school students and teachers to co-design a project-based learning program.
OECD Director of Education and Skills Andreas Schleicher explains there are several factors that impact student wellbeing, and much comes down to teachers, parents and schools.
Themes of ‘luck’ and ‘superstition’ are explored in the EYLF and Australian Curriculum. Little J & Big Cuz begins a conversation around these themes and provides teacher resources.
How can educators help to enhance students’ scientific literacy? A museum-based creative science education program may offer some answers.
Language and literacy specialist Lyn Stone joins Teacher to discuss how educators can address poor spelling habits with senior school students.
In this extract from Early Childhood Playgrounds: Planning an outside learning environment, Prue Walsh discusses why outside play is important for children with special needs.
Educators working across the school age range can now access a new teaching resource to help them develop the financial literacy skills of Indigenous students.
The Global Teacher prize awards US $1 million to an exceptional educator who has made an outstanding contribution to their profession. Here, we take a look at those who made the coveted top 10 shortlist.