Professional DevelopmentA range of articles that teachers may wish to use to improve their knowledge in certain areas of teaching.
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...
Catering to the diverse range of learning needs of students is undoubtedly one of the greatest challenges faced by the teachers of today. Read this blog article for ideas on how to mange the diverse learning abilities in your classroom.
How many times have you said, “Great job!” to your students? Do they actually know what “Great job!” means?
As a teacher, finding out you have a child with autism in your class for the first time can be a daunting thought.
How many teachers still use dictation as a teaching tool in their classrooms? How many teachers would consider dictation a waste of time, boring for the students, a ‘teacher-centred’ task?
Are you starting out this school year as a relief teacher?