Primary school teachers play a pivotal role in helping to shape the future of our young people, and there is an ongoing demand across the country for qualified teachers to hone their leadership qualities and step into higher-level roles.
Skilling, attracting and retaining teachers in rural, regional and remote schools is an ongoing challenge faced by many Australian communities. As Dr Philip Roberts from the University of Canberra explains, in order to overcome this issue, we must first change our preconceived ideas.
A team from Monash Education has been working with teachers to test the effectiveness of a series of mathematics lessons using challenging tasks for early primary classes.
What does effective, contemporary inclusive practice look like at the secondary level for students with disability? At a time of significant change in the field of disability support in schools, this is a question worth considering, write Dr Julie McMillan and Dr Jane Jarvis from Flinders University.
Our understanding of childhood development is constantly shifting. It’s increasingly important for educators to be informed, goal-oriented leaders at the forefront of change management in early education. Read more
Queensland Education Leadership Institute (QELi) and the National Excellence in School Leadership Institute (NESLI) have announced a new partnership that aims to strengthen educational leadership collaboration by providing greater access to professional development opportunities for educators and school leaders across Australia. Read more