Jane Caro in The Guardian Education is too important to be left to fringe politicians with ideological barrows to push. Read here.admin
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
By Dr Donna Evans, Professional Learning Communities practice coach, Catholic Education Tasmania (CET) and Debbie Baird-Bower, Educational Data Analyst for Catholic Education Tasmania (CET) from ACEL - Vol 42admin
October 30, 2020 David Lawrence and Tanya Fitzgerald Schools and teachers are given wide latitude to adopt untested educational programs and strategies based on their professional judgements. https://theconversation.com/first-do-no-harm-education-research-should-answer-to-the-same-standards-as-medicine-148904admin
Teaching A Bright Future On October 20, 2020 celebrate being part of a remarkable profession. Ideas on how to be involved below. https://en.unesco.org/commemorations/worldteachersday https://www.aitsl.edu.au/world-teachers-day/2020 https://www.worldteachersday.com.au/admin
by Nell Duke and Nicole M. Martin https://foundationforlearningandliteracy.info/for-educators/admin