How television can help with reading instruction.
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Practical solutions from the principal of a Victorian school who questioned 33 other principals.
A study of the motivational goals of indigenous minority students with implications for schools.
Suggestions on how to analyse children's spelling and thus provide effective spelling instruction.
Children in violent homes are often very isolated from support outside the home. School can be one place where their need for help or protection is identified. How should teachers respond?
Support circles for inclusion students help everyone in the classroom.
An overview of the issues in the whole language versus phonics debate.
Although many states in Australia have abolished corporate punishment, are teachers replacing authoritarian beliefs with democratic ones when dealing with classroom discipline?
Secondary school students develop new reading strategies and a positive attitude toward reading through an effective literature circle.
Recognising that students have different learning styles is the first step towards planning programs which accomodate these differences.
The principal of Mangere Central School describes his school's transition to multi-age grouping and gives advice for other schools contemplating a change in class structures.
Co-operative Small Groups in Mathematics: The Perceptions and Involvement of Intermediate Students 12
How high and low achieving students view small-group work, and its effect on their performance.
Research shows that a new computerised learning system can lead to a 20-month gain in maths skills in six months and improve pupils' behaviour.
Well directed play can help children overcome their fears and phobias. Two case studies from a leading American play therapist.