An upcoming documentary will throw new teachers in the deep end to get a first-hand look at what it means to teach in a disadvantaged school
Virtual schooling is providing rural and remote students the same – or even better – curriculum opportunities as metropolitan students. Aurora College principal, Chris Robertson explains.
New Zealand’s first ‘virtual school’ has doubled its enrollments over the past four years, boding well for a similar project in Australia.
A new report warns that a rising population is putting more pressure on schools’ resources, but some principals are already one step ahead.
Aurora College’s virtual classrooms are not only the first of their kind in Australia but are also globally unique, says the school’s principal, Chris Robertson.
The Educator speaks to a specialist consultant about how principals can navigate challenging conversations in the workplace