Education Today
Education Today
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Skills
Skills
Five myths of remote learning Strategies that teachers know and every parent can learn.
Dr Tom Brunzell, Director Education at Berry Street Victoria and Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne Graduate School of Education
Win
Win
Generous new award to recognise teachers changing disadvantaged kids’ lives New award for teachers helping the disadvantaged thrive.
You
You're welcome
An Introduction to Invitational Theory Invitational Theory is about attributing value and positivity to people in an organisation. Here, we're very pleased to say, its two leading lights, Purkey and Novak, present an introduction to the theory which has been applied with great success in low SES schools in Australia. The basic message is that human potential, while not always evident, is always there, waiting to be discovered and invited forth. Invitational Theory offers a concrete, practical, and successful way to accomplish its stated purposes.
William Watson Purkey and John Michael Novak
Mental health
Mental health
How to train teachers in student mental health Teachers are at the front line of student mental health, they need some training and support.
Dr Tim Hawkes OAM, Director, Truwell
Skills
Skills
Supporting students, teachers and parents to engage in meaningful ways online Maintaining the teacher student connection online is key to remote learning success.
Rochelle Borton, Founder and Managing Director of Eduinfluencers
Tech careers
Tech careers
Women’s careers STEAM ahead Women are under-represented in STEAM but rewarding careers await.
Competition
Competition
Australia gold, silver and bronze at international maths Olympiad Australian brain and brawn is top notch.
Growing
Growing
Managing runaway growth in a school Sydney's rapidly growing north west will have a well resourced tech heavy school thanks to careful planning.
AI
AI
AI intervenes in soft target cyber attacked schools Schools are soft targets for scammers, AI is changing that.

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Festival
Festival
Littlescribe mini-writing festival returns for education week The festival has doubled in size since last year.
Instruction
Instruction
Direct Instruction, Explicit Teaching, Mastery Learning and Good Teaching Instruction has to be effective and efficient.
Ray Boyd and Dr Neil MacNeill (Principals)
Social media
Social media
A safe social media network for young people A new Australian-made social media network lets kids experience the social media phenomenon but in a safe way.
Martin Bryant and Adam Lanza as examples of the next generation of murderous students in our schools Can more be done to identify and re-socialise students who will potentially fall into the same trajectory as Martin Bryant?
Dr Neil MacNeill, Principal, Ellenbrook Primary School. Dr Steffan Silcox, Performance coach. Ray Boyd, Principal, West Beechboro Primary School.
Future
Future
Science education not fit for the future say majority of teachers Science teaching is falling short and it's an international problem.
Remote
Remote
Remote learning for teachers – what works and what doesn’t Back to lockdown means back to remote teaching so here are some strategies that help.
Erini Christopoulos, Head of English - Australia at Education Perfect
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