Mechanical engineer Michael Arnold says complex problem solving is the number one skill employers are seeking today and in the future, according to the World Economic Forum, as it provides “the power to change things for the better”.
Five-year-old school, Burpengary State Secondary College in Queensland’s Moreton Bay Region, recently conducted its first self-assessment in order to review its pedagogical practice. Principal Peter Hoehn talks about the importance of regular self-assessment and feedback to ensure students are given every opportunity to thrive.
In this video, educator, author and teacher coach Azul Terronez explores the question: ‘What makes a good teacher great?’ Over 24 years, he has repeatedly asked this same question to students and collected over 26,000 responses from eight different schools. Here, he discusses some of the patterns he has uncovered.
Alfred Deakin Professor and Chair in Science Education at Deakin University, Russell Tytler, discusses how using diagrams and visual representations can help to improve student performance and engagement in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).
Three teachers from rural Western Australia discuss their journey into teaching in a rural school.
Ahead of upcoming 2019 NAPLAN testing in mid-May, Jenny Donovan, Executive Director for the Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation at the NSW Department of Education, provides expert advice for Year 7 and Year 9 students about to sit the test.