Classroom Teaching

Inclusion
Inclusion
New online platform to support the autistic in classrooms inclusionED is a new online professional learning community for Australian educators helping the inclusion of students on the autism spectrum.
Hidden gifts
Hidden gifts
Beyond the worksheet: creativity and resilience in online learning The ‘new normal’ of online learning from home is stressful for parents juggling work and supervision and intimidating for teachers
Tanya Rao is a teacher, writer and soon-to-be mother
Visible learning
Visible learning
How do you know they’ve learnt? IanWorley was appointed principal of Quirindi High School in July of 2016 and an early decision after he had settled in was to implement a three-year Visible Learning School Improvement Process.
Some distance
Some distance
Collaboration while distancing Classrooms will need to navigate social distancing guidelines and screens between students might be a solution.
Out of field
Out of field
Out of field teaching common in Year 10 STEM One in eight Australian Year 10 STEM classes is taught by teachers outside their field of expertise due to staff shortages and a lack of funding.
Together apart
Together apart
What if COVID -19 changes education for the better? Silver linings have been few during the virus but it has forced teachers to think on their feet.
Remote learning and engagement
Remote learning and engagement
Learning Remotely during Covid-19, a teacher's practical response What is the best practice?
Nicole Richards
Top tips
Top tips
10 practices for sustained online teaching success  I wanted to share my tips for sustained online teaching success.
Julie Sidey, Teacher ACC
Intentionality
Intentionality
An Engine of Intentionality: How consciously informed agency defies the odds Socioeconomic disadvantage does not mean low achievement.
Adam Inder, BSc; MTeach
Limbo for lessons
Limbo for lessons
Limbo for teachers causing a planning headache In the background of the ‘should we close schools?’ debate, teachers around Australia are frantically trying to prepare months of lesson plans for students at home. Whilst this limbo may be unavoidable, it is creating a headache for teachers
Mark Ritterman, co-founder of MAPPEN
Do it properly
Do it properly
No failure learning in military instruction Because failure to learn may have dire consequences for military students, the American Department of the Army (1954) firmly asserts: “if a student failed to learn, the instructor failed to teach” (p. 5). Whew! That puts a different spin on our teaching doesn’t it?
Blair Johns, Teacher, Dr Neil MacNeill, Principal, Ellenbrook Primary School
The more things change...
The more things change...
A letter from an early childhood educator As a skilled industry, we are used to putting other children’s needs above our own. Please know that we see this as a part of the job – caring for little people, often at cost to ourselves.
Meg Anastasi
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