Articles

Perform
Perform
Wakakirri Arts Festival wins National Excellence in Education Award Wakakirri was recognised by the Australian Performing Arts Teachers Association (APATA) for their contribution to performing arts education in schools.
Families
Families
National Families Week: The relationship between families, educators and wellbeing Industry leaders reflect on issues facing children, families and educators before National Families Week.
History
History
‘Invasion’ or ‘colonisation’? The proposal to use ‘invasion’ to describe the arrival of white people in Australia in the curriculum is sure to be contentious, but Dr Cathie Burgess of Uni of Sydney says it is appropriate.
Funding
Funding
Women need mentors and systemic changes for STEM Generous funding for women in STEM projects is a start and some needs to be spent on programs that change the culture around STEM.
Testing
Testing
ACER gets slice of PISA ACER will lead the development and implementation of the 2025 PISA ‘Learning in the Digital World’ assessment.
Incursion
Incursion
National sporting heroes come to classrooms Be Your Greatest Virtual Classroom program brings students together with professional athletes and a celebrity chef to learn about active lifestyles.
Experts
Experts
Experts look for utility in NAPLAN After a year off, NAPLAN is back. Many experts are asking why, but there could be some interesting findings outside of the very similar data that each year's testing has yielded.
Resilience
Resilience
Children can develop resilience at school with the right challenges and support Resilience is about facing tough things and developing an ability to push through them.
Safety
Safety
Optimising the future of learning Lessons learned during the pandemic should continue to inform teaching.
Ben Trigger, CTO, Linewize
Flip it
Flip it
Flipped learning to facilitate a Problem Solving Teaching Strategy in the BYOx classroom Flipping our classrooms liberates significant time for richer meaning-making activities and higher-order thinking lesson segments.
Ken Herbert, EST, Mathematics Specialist, Narangba Valley High School
Fast track
Fast track
Looking beyond knowledge-based skills for our newest emerging leaders Starting in 2022, the plan is to fast track a group of emerging leaders into Principalship. The government hopes that the strategy will be its answer to the lack of leadership depth.
Rochelle Borton
Reading
Reading
First impressions: the power of opening lines in children’s novels The feeling we get when reading an opening line - or hearing someone’s voice for the first time - is often a reliable one.
Peter Carnavas, Teacher-Librarian St Andrew’s Anglican College and Author
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