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          The Limits of Lesson Observation

          John Hattie and Arran Hamilton

          In many education systems, it is a mandatory requirement that every teacher undergoes at least an annual observation by their school leader. Heads and principals generally use some form of rubric or scoring sheet and rate their teachers against this.
             At our last count, we located 120+ observation forms that had been published with some evidence about their reliability and validity. These observations are often used for performance management... Read More

           

          4 Jun 2019 | National
          Alex Wharton is Copyright Agency first Reading Australia Fellow News Image

          Alex Wharton from Carinya Christian School in Gunnedah, NSW, is the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund’s first Reading Australia Fellow for a Teacher of English and Literacy. เงินฟรี สมัคร w88 ไม่ได้

          4 Jun 2019 | Victoria
          A different approach to educating boys News Image

          Founded by AFL footballer Alex Rance and Luke Surace, the aim of the The Academy is to challenge the education system’s 'one size fits all’ approach.
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          4 Jun 2019
          Music teachers get rock star moment News Image

          The Song Room and ARIA have announced that entries for the third Telstra ARIA Music Teacher of the Year Award are now open.
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          3 Jun 2019 | International
          Parents and teens equally screen addicted News Image

          Did you ever wonder why kids spend so much time on their phones? Don’t ask the parents, often they’re just as bad or worse, 38% of teens feel their parent is addicted to their mobile device. Read More

          3 Jun 2019 | South Australia
          Top of the class teachers, SA is hiring News Image

          Ever thought about South Australia? The state has plenty to offer and if you’re a good teacher SA has just announced that it is interested in hearing from you.
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          3 Jun 2019 | National
          ATO¡¯s 2019 Tax, Super + You competition, $6k pool to be won News Image

          “I’d like to tell you about superannuation, so you can retire without frustration” those were the opening words of last year’s Superannuation rap which won a prize in the 2018 Tax, Super + You competition. Read More

          30 May 2019 | Vic
          Kindergarten for all three-year-old children in Victoria News Image

          Victoria will provide all three-year-old children access to subsidised kinder which acknowledges the importance of early childhood education and helps with the cost of bringing up children. Read More

          30 May 2019 | National
          Young carers¡¯ futures bleak without flexible school support News Image

          There’s a silent army out there doing more than their bit to help families that struggle; the hundreds of school aged kids who help out with care and support at home. Read More

          30 May 2019 | National
          Kids discover opera through pioneering Livestream Program News Image

          Opera is and old format but is being brought to new audiences through a new one with Victorian Opera’s pioneering Access All Areas: Livestream Program.
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          30 May 2019
          School starts for the inaugural Vivid School News Image

          The inaugural Vivid School started Monday 27 May with more than 1000 students and teachers taking part in the ground-breaking program that looks to inspire the Vivid Sydney artists and collaborators of the future. Read More

          30 May 2019 | Melbourne
          Melbourne Grammar School has new Headmaster News Image

          Old boy Philip Grutzner is Melbourne Grammar’s 15th Headmaster and will take up the position in January 2020, following the retirement of Headmaster Mr Roy Kelley after 11 years at the helm. Read More

          30 May 2019 | National
          $350K online spelling competition News Image

          Aussie students are invited to put their spelling skills to the test in Word Mania, the biggest online spelling competition in the world for the chance to win over $350,000 in prizes. Read More