A new software platform is set to be rolled out to every WA public school within the coming two years, delivering significant time savings for school staff and eliminating the duplication of tasks.
Paid placements could be introduced for preservice teachers as one of a range of measures being considered to boost graduate numbers coming into the education sector.
Staff at small, isolated schools often work very closely, but one group of educators in the small community of Panguru, nestled on the northern side of Hokianga Harbour in Northland, have taken collegiality to the next level.
A newly-developed scale that measures the state of teachers’ wellbeing at work could offer school leaders a powerful means of stemming attrition while bolstering the vitality, engagement and professional growth of their staff.
As 350 passionate Kiwi teachers squeezed into the gym at Summerland Primary School – on a Saturday no less – it dawned on Jo Jessep just how hungry the sector is for change.
Has your school been tapping into its feedback from student surveys to help inform and drive teachers’ professional development in near-real-time?
Education researchers should dial their work into broader environmental, social and political concerns, that is “critical junctures” including AI and climate collapse, Professor Neil Selwyn has urged in a plenary address today.
Teachers are constantly told to use evidence-based practices, and no teacher would purposely use ineffective methods. So why does Australia still have so many problems with students’ education outcomes?
The most common trigger of anxiety in those of us without diagnosable anxiety issues is the absence of a plan.
Plant growing technologies, energy generating wind farms and biofuels were just some of the student projects on show during this year’s Taranaki Primary Schools Science and Engineering Fair.
Doug Walker knows a thing or two about igniting a passion for science among the boys at St Patrick’s College in Kilbirnie.