ACARA’s Tracy Zilm explains how the Australian curriculum prepares students for a complex and uncertain future. Read more
One of the rewards of being a Mathematics teacher is seeing that “light bulb moment”, as students finally begin to understand a problem.
Are teachers adequately prepared to teach students how to reason and generate ideas in the field of science? Deakin University’s Russell Tytler explores the gaps in the curriculum. Read more
Traditional Mathematics education doesn’t always take into account each student’s individual ability, but a new learning model is proving there is another way. Read more
Released in the first week of December, the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) report has highlighted issues in education outcomes for Australian students (tested at Year 9), adding to the weight of other benchmarking reports released recently. Read more
Broad-scale changes to senior assessment and the tertiary entrance system in Queensland will now be postponed until 2019, allowing teachers and schools more time to prepare. Read more