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Introduction to the Special Edition

Wayne Sawyer is Emeritus Professor at Western Sydney University where he remains an active researcher. He began working with the

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‘Including’ English as an Additional Language or Dialect Learners in your Classroom

Cindy Valdez Adams explores some of the strategies that help to support English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EAL/D)

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Effective Classroom Management

Helen McMahon, Michelle Gleeson, Andrea Gavrielatos & Trystan Loades consider one of the most important topics for all teachers … classroom

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Teaching Drama in Primary School

Natalie Lopes examines the reasons why teaching Drama in primary school classrooms is so important. She writes about the benefits

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Understanding students’ higher order thinking skills through the lens of assessment

Rayanne Shakra and Jim Tognolini give clear and comprehensive advice to teachers on how to use modern definitions of assessment to better assess their students’ Higher Order Thinking Skills.

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Stay still, dive deep-approaches to read to write and the craft of writing

Jowen Hillyer and Rosemary Henzell give some practical advice on how to teach “Reading to Write” and Module C of “Writing of HSC English Advanced and Standard” syllabuses.

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Dhurga dictionary and learner’s grammar journey

Waine Donovan and Kerry Boyenga give teachers an insight into the journey they took to create the Dhurga Djamanj (We all talk Dhurga) Language Program in NSW public schools.  

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Helping Your Students to Become Better Writers

Joanne Rossbridge & Kathy Rushton share a framework for improved extended response writing… Introduction Teacher knowledge about language and how

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Move and Improve Mathematics: Middle Years

Martin Ommundsen finds that incorporating movement activities into Mathematics can contribute to positive impacts on learning and class dynamics… If

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Improving Behaviour Through Engagement in Learning

Elizabeth Scott argues for managing behaviour by engaging students in their learning… Often, as teachers, we focus on behaviour strategies

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