Which schools in Australia are strides ahead of the rest?
Nominations are now open for the 2016 Innovative Schools report
Time to get serious about digital distraction
Schools are adopting digital devices in droves, but how many of them are seeing improved learning outcomes as a result? The Educator investigates.
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.
Collate, collaborate and communicate: the keys to being an effective school leader
As a school principal, finding ways to maximise your impact as an education leader can often be elusive.
Education sector identified as ‘hot spot’ for jobs
A huge 30% jump in demand for education professionals is set to take place by 2019.
Report: Class sizes increasing, but not resources
Eighty per cent of principals say a lack of resources is hurting education at their school.
Laptops in class: learning tool or distraction?
Laptops and tablets can make learning fun, but too much of a good thing can sometimes be bad.