Differentiation is in our schools to stay. What is it? And why are most criticisms of it just plain wrong?
By Linda Graham, Kate de Bruin, Carly Lassig and Ilektra Spandagou The use of a teaching practice known as ‘differentiation’has become more common over time as educators have sought to respondadmin
DPwD is a United Nations observed day celebrated internationally. It aims to increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability and celebrate their achievements and contributions. Information on howadmin
SMH November 26, 2020 by Helen Pitt Anita Hess: "We need to look at the map of Indigenous Australia just as we would look at a map of Europe, with manyadmin
The Guardian Kate Hennessy 15 November, 2020 Archie Roach: [The stolen generation] is as much a part of Australia’s history as Captain Cook and Burke and Wills. We still needadmin
If we want brilliant English, history or geography teachers, why are we making humanities courses so costly?
The Conversation September 24, 2020 By Robyn Cox Did you have an English teacher who studied literature, and imparted their love of it to you? Or a history teacher who brought storiesadmin
Meeting the needs of struggling readers and writers, particularly in the later primary years and secondary years
August 2020 Catch up with a recent addition on the educator's page. All children are different. Their experiences are different, their environments are different, their ways of thinking are different. A ‘one-size-fits-all’admin
New book by our Patron Brian Cambourne, co-authored with Debra Crouch Event open to both NCTE members and non-members Register here: https://ncte.org/made-for-meaning-cambourne/ Teachers shape the physical, social, emotional, and intellectual spaces that support student learning.admin