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Teaching Strategies

Be inspired and stay up-to-date with the latest teaching strategies, news and pedagogies. Read the articles below to learn more.

I love working with kids and providing support for those with special needs. The magic of childhood is that it’s the main …

The importance of the right furniture in a learning space can’t be underestimated. Australian students spend approximately 11,000 hours receiving school instruction …

Bringing Inclusive Education benefits to life The concept of Inclusive Education has been evolving in Australian schools for nearly two decades. Its …

We often think: a school, is a school, is a school. They look similarly recognisable from the outside. By giving learners ownership and choice over where and how they learn, they not only feel valued, they are building real-world skills for future success.

You’ve likely heard about how, thanks to technology and on-demand media, our attention spans are getting shorter. Humans feel much more pressured …

In today’s world, curiosity plays such an important but underappreciated role. Having an intense desire to know or to learn something might …

Can you imagine a reality where a teacher would actually encourage their students to get up and freely move around in the classroom, to stand up out of their chairs and leave their desks behind for a portion of the class period?

No matter if it’s a teacher, an administrator, or a parent, adults at every level of the educational hierarchy are constantly coming up with new and innovative ways to revolutionise the classroom and vastly improve the learning experience.

The Learning Disposition Wheel was first published in Transforming Schools (Jefferson and Anderson, 2017) and is now used across early childhood learning, primary, secondary and tertiary education to deepen and connect learning.

A student's learning is greatly impacted by the atmosphere in and the physical layout of their learning environment. When a student enters a classroom, they should feel safe, stimulated and comfortable.

Co-teaching was born out of the need for quality instruction for students with disabilities, as well as given a push by the No Child Left Behind act in the early 2000s.

As most teachers will tell you, it can be frustrating when students don’t seem to be paying attention to you.

Flexible seating in the classroom has become more and more popular over the years.

Perhaps, the world's most successful people developed their craft through hard work and perseverance.

Learning is more than memorising facts and formulas; learning is a way of thinking and an approach to life.

A trend is growing in educational circles to eliminate the large, immovable teacher’s desk that has occupied the front of every classroom for centuries.

The physical learning environment has a powerful impact on students' social and emotional landscape. 

Gamification adds another layer to teaching pedagogy that can be surprisingly as fun for teachers to plan as it is for students to experience.

All these Science Activities were featured on some fantastic teacher blogs who are passionate about creating fun, easy and educational activities for your next science class.

The industrial model that has been the driver of education in Australia since 1793 is obsolete and we now have the opportunity to recontextualise the New-New learning environments of the future.

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