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Author(s): Josie Roberts
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Author(s): Mike Brown

 

Outdoor education is often perceived as a series of activities involving novel physical challenges in remote settings or at specialist residential camps. Unfortunately, such experiences...

Author(s): Chris Brough

 

Student-centred approaches to learning are gaining increasing national and international attention. For many teachers, more democratic teaching  designs require a shift in thinking and...

Author(s): Deborah Fraser

 

Literacy and numeracy are high-stakes, and we do our students a disservice if we do not grow their capabilities in these areas. However, we also do them an immense disservice if we ignore...

Author(s): Rosemary Hipkins and Rachel Dingle

 

How well is your school student management system (SMS) being used, by whom, and to do what? Principal and teacher responses to questions about this in the 2012 National Survey of...

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Author(s): Anne Hume, Chris Eames, John Williams, and John Lockley 

 

This article reports on a study, funded by the Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI), which addressed the key area of early career teacher education. The study researched the...

Author(s): Marilyn Blakeney-Williams and Nicola Daly

 

Picture books are ubiquitous in Western early childhood and primary settings. This article explores how picture books are being used in culturally and linguistically diverse settings, by...

Author(s): Susan Tung and Margaret Kitchen

The Progressive Achievement Test of Mathematics (PAT: Mathematics) provides norm-referenced information about students’ level of achievement in the skills and understanding of mathematics. This...

Author(s): Rebecca Jesson

Q: Our school is in the process of targeting writing achievement for students in Years 1 through to 8. Students in my Years 5 and 6 class who were below or well below the writing standard at the...

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