Search results

Filter by category

251 total results for tag 'expertise'
Working from home and digital literacy – what can we assume?
Working from home and digital literacy – what can we assume?

Are today’s students ‘digital natives’? Have digital technologies transformed classroom practice? ACER Research Director Julian Fraillon looks to Australian and international data to explore some of the myths and realities related to digital literacy and how these should be considered in the new paradigm of working from home.

Virtual reality in the classroom
Virtual reality in the classroom

Karl Easton is a Digital Technology relief from face-to-face (RFF) educator at a primary school in Sydney’s northwest. In this article, we hear how he’s integrating virtual reality into lessons with a range of students in order to provide authentic learning activities.

Covid-19: Continuity of teaching and learning – an evidence-based approach
Covid-19: Continuity of teaching and learning – an evidence-based approach

‘As the COVID-19 situation unfolds, schools are closing to protect their students and the broader public – but this doesn’t mean a stop to learning for students or teachers.’ Dr Anne-Marie Chase and Professor Pauline Taylor-Guy share three phases of research-based decisions education systems and schools should be making now in relation to technology-enabled learning.

International education and Covid-19 – Insights from TALIS
International education and Covid-19 – Insights from TALIS

‘While schools will be gradually re-opening in China by mid-April, they’re closing around much of the rest of the world. How well are we prepared? OECD’s TALIS survey offers some insights,’ Andreas Schleicher, the organisation’s Director for Education and Skills, writes in his latest Teacher column.

Attracting future teachers to the profession
Attracting future teachers to the profession

Teacher education students are being asked to share what inspired them to study teaching and to consider why their peers may have been deterred away from the profession, in a nationwide survey called Future Teachers Talk.

What is Finland’s Phenomenon-based Learning approach?
What is Finland’s Phenomenon-based Learning approach?

In our latest reader submission, Dr Chris Drew discusses an education approach that’s a mandated element in Finland’s national core curriculum – Phenomenon-based Learning.

Bringing industry knowledge to the classroom
Bringing industry knowledge to the classroom

Antonio Chiappetta from New South Wales was recently handed the ARIA Music Teacher of the Year award. Here, we find out about the successful music program at his school, and why he believes it’s vital to stay connected to industry as an educator.

Teachers’ priorities for education spending
Teachers’ priorities for education spending

In her last column, Dr Sue Thomson examined secondary school teacher and principal views on resourcing issues that hinder quality teaching, as revealed by the OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey. What, then, do these teachers see as the spending priorities for Australian education? And are the priorities different in primary schools?

The Research Files Episode 57: Trauma informed practice in schools
The Research Files Episode 57: Trauma informed practice in schools

Dr Emily Berger, an educational and developmental psychologist at Monash University, joins The Research Files to talk about some of the common principles of trauma informed practice in schools, including the importance of consistency, possible triggers for students, and helping them to regulate their emotions.

Leadership Q&A: A curriculum reform initiative for 2020
Leadership Q&A: A curriculum reform initiative for 2020

Assumption College in Kilmore has been implementing a curriculum reform initiative called ‘myMAP’ for the beginning of the 2020 school year. In today’s Q&A, Vaughan Cleary, Deputy Principal of Learning and Teaching, explains how it works in practice and supports students on their individual learning journeys.

Page 1 of 26 pages