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How ‘student voice’ has evolved over time
How ‘student voice’ has evolved over time

The emerging definition of ‘student voice’ involves young people in a true partnership with adults, so they can influence what happens to them in school, and become meaningfully involved in their own learning. In today’s article Roger Holdsworth from the Youth Research Centre at The University of Melbourne discusses how the definition has evolved since it first emerged in the 1980s.

Behaviour Management Episode 8: Co-designing early years anti-bullying education
Behaviour Management Episode 8: Co-designing early years anti-bullying education

What bullying policies and procedures are in place at your school? Do you have a specific anti-bullying education program? In this podcast we talk to Dr Lesley-anne Ey about her work with early childhood teachers in South Australia to identify problems with bullying in their own school context and co-design tailored activities and strategies.

Language and literacy – using Habits of Mind in the classroom
Language and literacy – using Habits of Mind in the classroom

‘The 16 Habits of Mind are versatile dispositions that help us solve life's challenges and master subject area content.’ Dr Keith Mason and Dr Jason DeHart trace the ways Costa and Kallick’s Habits of Mind might take shape in a literacy-focused classroom.

COVID-19: Remote learning out of reach for one-third of schoolchildren
COVID-19: Remote learning out of reach for one-third of schoolchildren

Worrying analysis shows at least one-third of the world’s schoolchildren have been unable to access remote learning programs put in place to provide continuity of education as schools close their doors during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Preparing secondary students for university
Preparing secondary students for university

‘The self-regulation of learning is being increasingly recognised as an important factor when investigating barriers in the transition from secondary to higher education.’ New research from Flinders University suggests self-regulated learning is a valuable tool that could help ease the transition to university for senior secondary students.

Pre-service teachers assisting remote learning facilitation
Pre-service teachers assisting remote learning facilitation

Pre-service teachers in Queensland who have had the final year of their course disrupted by COVID-19, have been creating and delivering online learning resources to students, as an alternative to school placements. Here, we speak to pre-service teachers about their experiences.

Teaching methods: Teaching in a multi-age classroom
Teaching methods: Teaching in a multi-age classroom

Lisa Seewraj from Child Side Playgroup and School in Western Australia teaches a multi-age class of 23 students across Years 7-10. In today’s episode we discuss how she manages the classroom on a daily basis, the range of abilities that she caters for, and how she provides each student with the appropriate level of challenge to progress in their learning.

Teacher’s bookshelf: Choosing maths tasks
Teacher’s bookshelf: Choosing maths tasks

In Leading Improvement in Mathematics Teaching and Learning, Emeritus Professor Peter Sullivan curates high-impact teaching strategies and practices to help school leaders achieve improvement goals. This extract for Teacher’s bookshelf is on choosing classroom tasks.

Virtually there – online teaching and learning in music education
Virtually there – online teaching and learning in music education

In the new normal, specialist teachers have adapted to different ways of delivery and interaction …’ Music teacher David Pullen shares how he used existing resources to create a virtual excursion to Queensland Symphony Orchestra for his Prep to Year 6 students.

National Science Week 2020: Planning with a difference
National Science Week 2020: Planning with a difference

National Science Week – an annual celebration of science and technology in Australia – is going to look a little different in schools this year due to COVID-19. The Australian Science Teachers Association coordinate school involvement in the event, and have had to make significant changes to what celebrations will look like this year.

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