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Social entrepreneurship – developing a ‘mindset, skillset and toolset’
Social entrepreneurship – developing a ‘mindset, skillset and toolset’

Proficiency in critical and creative thinking, collaboration and problem solving helps students succeed in their learning, but these kinds of skills are also highly valued by employers.

Adaptive and maladaptive traits of resilience
Adaptive and maladaptive traits of resilience

‘There are several cognitive strategies that support the development of resilience … these are the skills we want to encourage children to develop in the early years.’ In part two of her series on resilience, Dr Sarah Tillott discusses the adaptive and maladaptive traits of resilience.

Teacher Staffroom Episode 20: School improvement initiatives
Teacher Staffroom Episode 20: School improvement initiatives

Changing school practices means everyone working together – leaders, teachers, support staff, students, parents and the wider community – toward the goal of improving outcomes for students. In today’s podcast, we share some recent Teacher highlights on the topic of school improvement.

The long shadows of the education crisis
The long shadows of the education crisis

‘While this crisis has exposed the many inadequacies and inequities in our education systems, this moment also holds the possibility that we won’t return to the status quo when things return to “normal”,’ Andreas Schleicher writes in his latest Teacher column.

Australia’s largest teacher survey on enterprise education
Australia’s largest teacher survey on enterprise education

In Australia, enterprise education is often associated with General Capabilities and 21st Century skills such as critical and creative thinking, communication and collaboration, but it also helps to develop non-cognitive skills like self-confidence and teamwork. Teacher is excited to be the media partner for a novel research project working to understand Australian teachers’ perspectives about enterprise education. Find out more in today’s article.

Why numeracy and mathematics both count
Why numeracy and mathematics both count

‘Evidence shows that both young people and adults need to have both sets of skills and knowledge – numeracy and mathematics are different, but mutually beneficial and critical. Hence the critical need to connect the two, and not ignore either.’

School Improvement Episode 28: Refocusing teaching and learning
School Improvement Episode 28: Refocusing teaching and learning

Since 2018, a Tasmanian primary school has been on a journey of school improvement which as seen significant progress in student engagement and achievement, as well as staff retention and teacher welfare. The Principal and Assistant Principal join us in this podcast to discuss how this was achieved.

Using an evidence base to understand, reduce and manage mathematics anxiety
Using an evidence base to understand, reduce and manage mathematics anxiety

The way that a student engages with mathematics influences the quality of their mathematical learning. One of the most significant factors that can shape this engagement in the classroom is mathematics anxiety – feelings of worry and nervousness when performing mathematical tasks.

School resources: Evidence-based practice in Mathematics
School resources: Evidence-based practice in Mathematics

It’s well understood that highly effective school leaders promote the use of evidence-based teaching practices throughout their school. A new resource aims to support principals, learning leaders and teachers in thinking about their priorities and student needs in mathematics, and what the research says.

How ‘student voice’ has evolved over time
How ‘student voice’ has evolved over time

The emerging definition of ‘student voice’ involves young people in a true partnership with adults, so they can influence what happens to them in school, and become meaningfully involved in their own learning. In today’s article Roger Holdsworth from the Youth Research Centre at The University of Melbourne discusses how the definition has evolved since it first emerged in the 1980s.

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