The 'stunning' work of Australia's best teachers is being overshadowed by dangerous myths and distractions, Professor John Hattie tells The Educator
Marking National Teacher Certification Month, Professor John Hattie tells The Educator that the 'stunning' work of Australia's best teachers is being overshadowed by dangerous myths and distractions.
We cannot allow new teachers to leave at the rate they do, just as it is inefficient to allow experienced teachers to fail to share their expertise, says a Victorian secondary school teacher.
The principal of Melbourne’s Kambrya College tells The Educator about what life at the school has been like following the national media attention it has received.
Two renowned voices in education warn that a major rethink is needed to save Australian schools from a national problem.
School funding will be ineffective unless put towards teachers and evidence-based programs that work, says one professor.