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Helping teachers become committed to the teaching profession is important at a time when turnover rates and retention problems are a reality for many schools in Australia and many countries around the world. Commitment to the teaching profession refers to the teachers’ sense of connectedness and investment in the profession. When teachers feel committed, it …

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In our three-part series on small group teaching, we discussed how to identify students who have fallen behind during distance learning due to COVID-19 and why school leaders play a vital role in helping shape small group teaching programs in their schools. The second article explored how to choose a tutor who best suits your …

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The data consistently show that students are struggling with high levels of stress and other mental health problems and that many turn to their teachers for support during these struggles. A new report in Australian Journal for Education (AJE) examines how teachers deal with student wellbeing and academic stress to fuel learning. The paper, The …

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Victoria’s level 4 COVID-19 restrictions last year forced a swift transition to online learning. The first wave gave a brief but sobering foretaste of the challenges that it will face teachers, students and families. In response, Knox School, an independent K-12 co-educational school in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs, used existing relationships with academics at Monash University …

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Music teacher and assistant principal Sarah Donnelley was named a Telstra ARIA Music Teacher Award winner last semester for her influence on students at Wilcannia Central School in Wilcannia, a remote indigenous community in far west New South Wales. In her two years at Wilcannia Central School, Donnelley has used singing in many ways as …

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We share five resources on gender equality and identity. © Delpixel / Shutterstock Welcome to this month’s edition of Educational Research: Five More Reads. In this series we take a look at some further reading on a specific topic, including open access research papers from various online databases, and Teacher Archive content you may not …

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What if you listened to your staff and students about their reality, and then wrote a school-wide wellness framework and curriculum that was specific to their needs? At Elizabeth Indie School in South Australia, a focused approach to addressing the complex wellbeing needs of students resulted in a bold redesign of staff wellbeing strategies and …

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An effective school system shows that it can deliver equitable outcomes for all students (OECD, 2012). To do this, evidence is required to equip schools with the practices they need to engage students. To help develop evidence-based best practices, in 2018 the Queensland Department of Education partnered with Deloitte Access Economics and the Queensland Education …

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“There is a harmony that can be achieved so that we don’t just add another layer to the curriculum …” © Monkey Business Images / Shutterstock When it comes to preparing students for life and work, significant strides have been made in defining 21st century competencies, but curriculum implementation is the next hurdle. This was …

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