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Federal and state governments have just launched a A$10 million advertising campaign to “raise the status” of teachers in Australia and encourage people to consider a career in school education, writes Virginia Beal Called “Be That Teacher”, the campaign features emotive stories from eight real teachers...

In today's rapidly changing world, mathematics plays a crucial role in our daily lives. Using maths critically allows us to consider complex personal and socio-political issues, such as health, the economy and the environment, says Professor Kim Beswick, Director of the Gonski Institute and Head of the...

Benjamin Zunica,  Bronwyn Reid O'Connor and Eddie Woo look at how your child’s maths education might be very different from yours and how parents can help. There is a scene in the film Incredibles 2 where young Dash asks his dad Bob for help with his...

Many schools promote teaching the ‘whole child’, but to do this, education cannot only focus on knowing and doing – it must explicitly embrace being, writes John Quay. When we learn, we are knowing and doing and being - educators work with all three. While that...

Friday 27 October, 2023 is World Teachers’ Day in Australia. The Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) launched its annual World Teachers’ Day campaign — “Hats off to Teachers”. Teachers have the greatest in-school impact on the learning lives of our students. They should be...

Addressing the Neglect in Australia's Education System Do you suspect that your child may be gifted? Are you concerned about their educational needs and the support they receive at school? You're not alone. In Australia, there is a pressing issue of neglecting the needs of gifted students...

 Teachers should only be the first part of the solution, report Brian Moore and Sarah Redshaw. They are not trained as mental health practitioners. Schools are an obvious place to do mental health work with young people. This is important, as about one in seven young...

– but what teachers in New Zealand really want are clear guidelines and expectations, writes Christine Braid Anyone watching the debate over the NZ National Party’s recent curriculum policy announcement could be forgiven for thinking there is a deep divide in education philosophy and best practice...