Men of a certain generation can instantly conjure up the image of Charles Atlas.
Vice principal, deputy principal, assistant principal, whatever the title, the role is not as clearly defined as many may think. The perception we develop of this role as teachers in schools only offers us a glimpse into the actual reality and as such this is a leadership role that we can enter i...
The 2018 Australian Primary Principals Association (APPA) National Conference had educational leaders from around Australia looking to the future.
At the end of November, the University of Wollongong will host 2018’s Applied Linguistics Association of Australia Conference (ALAA 2018).
A group of young, talented Indigenous schoolchildren has used Minecraft and MS Paint to help tell local Dreamtime stories through augmented reality.
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Most of these ideal qualities will not be gauged in a Tertiary Entrance score. Furthermore how do our current teacher-training courses address and foster these qualities in prospective teachers? Our teacher selection process and teacher education programs are in need of radical review and change
I would have thought it entirely acceptable to show students Nazi memorabilia in a history lesson. This article does not make clear what the teacher did that was inappropriate. In Laos people build fences out of the bombs and materials that the USA used to persecute and punish that country. No-one in Laos considers the behaviour of the USA at all acceptable. Quite the contrary. It is an ongoing reminder of the war crimes they committed. Similarly, Nazi memorabilia can be used to educate students about the the atrocities that the Nazis inflicted on others.
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