We are seeking a Library Technician/IT Support person for a 0.6 FTE part-time ongoing position at our Westbury Street Campus, beginning immediately...
It took Tasmanian teacher Stephanie Manning a little time to decide on her career path, but after looking into nursing and beauty therapy, she’s settled into her true passion at Windermere Primary School.
If diving with turtles, sharks and millions of reef fish, surfing a superb local reef break or maybe kayaking through mangroves sound appealing, you might consider volunteering as part of the Australian Volunteers for International Development (AVID) program.
Taking a closer look at charter schools, the February 2017 issue of Australian Teacher Magazine is out now, packed with the best in education coverage from across Australia. Buy the issue or a year's subscription, or download the EducationHQ App to read every edition on your mobile device.Learn more
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In the last decade the use of one-to-one learning technology in schools has dramatically escalated. This increase was significantly driven by the ...
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St Philomena’s is a co-educational Catholic School catering for 430 students Years K to 10.
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Having worked with teachers for more than 15 years, we completely understand a teacher’s busy schedule. Although we are always here to help, it tak...
I feel so bad for Americans right now. Not only do they have to tolerate an over-the-top attentions seeking president, but they can't even go to school without having histrionics shoved in their faces by the teacher. If my kids' head of school permitted a teacher did this, I'd remove my kids from the school. Somebody needs to get a grip on this Kardashian culture. Don't give it a voice here.
Is the PISA test really testing apples and apples across all countries? I don't really know. The test is forced on students who are selected somehow, so why would they care how they perform? They are pulled out of class and made to sit a test that has no consequences for them and no relationship to anything they are studying. Hardly a case where you would put in your best effort. Do all countries have it mandated that their Indigenous students are tested as we do? Do all countries have indigenous students to test? We know many suffer educational disadvantage and are not up to NMS in Australia. Singapore? Denmark? I'm genuinely asking if PISA is really testing the same thing in the same way with the same type of students across all countries .