As Professor John Fischetti of the University of Newcastle explains, there are multiple drivers of instructional leadership in schools. Successful instructional leadership can be a balancing act, influenced by a wide variety of factors.
Professor Chris Walsh from Victoria University and Dr Leicha A. Bragg of Deakin University have co-developed a free new resource for teachers that aims to enhance pedagogical knowledge and skills in the fields of numeracy and mathematics; and build confidence in teaching numeracy.
Refreshed and redesigned, the next instalment of the National FutureSchools Festival is a premier event on the education calendar, bringing together the entire K-12 sector.
If you’ve ever thought about stepping up from your current position to become a leader in secondary school education, Open Universities Australia says there has never been a better time.
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.