Music education forum
Even after scouring a dictionary, it’s hard to find a word that seems worthy of introducing the latest National Excellence in Teaching Awards (NEiTA) recipients. For their students, “awesome” or simply “the best” might suffice, but having been sel...
One in five Australian children aren't adequately prepared for school by the time they start, new figures show.
While some people count down the days to retirement like children count down to Christmas, many in the teaching profession find it difficult to hand back their whiteboard markers at the end of a long and fulfilling career. Patricia Peake is one s...
David Rawson has always known he wanted to be a teacher. In fact, he recalls being the kind of child who played with his dinosaurs and robots by marking their names off the class roll.
Parent teacher interviews can be daunting, especially if you're a graduate teacher or if you've never conducted them before. In my case over here in London, I've known my students for a term and already parent teacher interviews are coming up.
Marrara Christian College’s Year 8-10 horticulture classes have returned from a school trip with a newfound passion for gardening.
Fahan School’s Year 8 drama students enthusiastically welcomed Australian screen and stage actress Lisa Gormley to their class recently.
Everyone has unique motivations for embarking on their postgraduate study journeys, and given the range of courses on offer, it can be difficult to decide exactly which path to take.
A passion for gifted and talented education has led Meredith Brown on an exciting professional learning path, with Brown set to complete her postgraduate degree at the end of this year.
Children from Our Saviour Lutheran Primary School have a new favourite classmate, but here’s the twist: she’s not actually human.