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Every day in classrooms across Australia, contemporary Educators put on their “Nancy Drew” hats and try to solve the mystery of why one of their students isn’t learning effectively. Faced with a plethora of likely suspects, the investigation continues, until the “culprit” is found. This is the story of one of the unsolved cases...
Creativity is important. It aids a child’s intellectual and emotional development, helps them to innovate and develop problem-solving skills, and can even help children to feel more confident in their ideas and decisions.
Bullying is an issue that affects all children on some level - and if not addressed early on, it can have severe psychological consequences. Statistics indicate that it’s only getting worse.
When our children fail, the scramble is on to lay blame. The system, those within it, the Government – anyone but ourselves.
"In light of the imminent retirement of legendary broadcaster David Letterman, it seems appropriate, in his honour, for this blog post to take the form of a Top 10 list – Letterman’s classic trope."
Nick Spinks, a Year 10-12 Media Studies teacher at Ararat College, 2.5 hours west of Melbourne, reflects on his first term as a teacher after swapping life as a solicitor to join Teach For Australia.