Gaslighting 2: Victimhood and learned helplessness
In schools, the periods after recess and lunch are often utilised by administration staff to help sort out problems that arose during these break times. These playground issues present valuable opportunities to teach students important lessons about relationships and social skills such as conflict resolution. The challenge is to support the students to work out the problems, and then develop a restorative justice solution, as quickly as possible. Read more
Back to School after lockdown
After months of remote learning, Term 4 is when teachers will return to the familiarity of their classrooms for the first time in months.
Future rural and remote leaders
Teach For Australia’s Future Leaders Program is for aspiring leaders teaching in outer regional and remote schools who want to develop their leadership skills and deliver lasting impact for their students.
Moving from good to great
Going from good to great isn’t necessarily easy. When something is going well, often there is no impetus to do it even better.
Embracing online learning: The new educational paradigm
As Covid-19 continues to impact how we live, educators have had to rapidly adapt to online learning. While this may have initially been viewed as a temporary measure, new research has shown a hybrid learning model has several advantages over traditional classroom learning.
Paleo passion maps a pathway
Sophie Field's interest in palaeontology has been noticed and encouraged by Flinders Uni. A prize-winning Year 12 student, Field went on a Flinders University fossil expedition to the Naracoorte Caves and says she will take the opportunity to study palaeontology at university.
Managing teens' study stress and caring for their wellbeing
With disruption to daily routines, a shift to online learning for many and important milestones being missed, it has been a particularly challenging time for teenagers and their families. And, with Term 4 here and many students preparing to return to face-to-face learning, students across the country still have significant challenges to contend with. This is especially true for Year 12 students who are approaching their final exams. Read more