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Australian education's "forgotten middle child" - vocational training - needs to be comprehensively reviewed to make sure it doesn't continue to be undermined and weakened, said a prominent think tank.
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French Teacher Annie Haddad engaged with an expert engineer and entrepreneur to show her class the importance of science, creativity, and French!
Direct Instruction (DI) is an instructional program, marketed by American publisher McGraw-Hill, which uses a highly scripted approach to teaching in which learning is broken down into a hierarchy of skills and tasks.
The Geography Teachers’ Association of Victoria (GTAV) has called for greater focus on professional learning and development, following a report which found 40 per cent of educators teaching the subject were doing so without formal training.
"Dead end" training courses in Victoria that don't provide students with meaningful job prospects will be scrapped as the state government overhauls its TAFE and vocational training system.
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Dodgy training companies who rip off students and taxpayers face having their business model smashed by the Federal Government.
According to a report released by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), 26 per cent of Years 7-10 teachers, and 15 per cent of Years 11-12, are educating in a subject outside their field of expertise.
Victorian school children will drink Victorian milk from 2017 instead of imported New Zealand product as the government tries to support struggling local dairy farmers.