NAPLAN ‘robot-marking’ plan scrapped
The controversial plan to have English tasks marked by computers has been scrapped, the Education Council confirmed today
Big things on the horizon for edutech giant
One open source learning platform is helping schools reduce administrative clutter to improve teaching and learning.
The PD solution saving principals time and money
An effective new platform has helped hundreds of schools in one state supercharge their professional development.
Opinion: Exploring the mind of a bully
In this four part bullying series, Darren Stevenson aims to deliver a better understanding of bullying and uncover strategies to deal with it at school.
'Principals must do more leading, less managing' says PAI chief
Principals Australia Institute (PAI) CEO, Jim Davies, tells The Educator how principals can lead effectively while avoiding burnout.
Future gazing: Unleashing the digital potential of your students
Brian Keeley, Microsoft’s South Australian state director, told The Educator how a new innovation centre is helping students prepare for the “digital workplace”.
How technology is closing the student/teacher feedback loop
The Educator looks at how one school’s learning outcomes have improved as a result of using collaborative technology.
The benefits of coaching in the classroom
“Coaching is unlocking a person’s potential to maximise performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them”, said coaching guru, Sir John Whitmore.
What do your students wish you knew about them?
A primary school teacher’s simple idea to learn more about her students has now gone viral on social media.
Could this be schools’ answer to improving student behaviour?
A new prevention program developed by the Australian Multicultural Foundation (AMF) aims to identify and stop violent behaviour before it develops.