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Australia, Educational Lone Wolf?

Pasi Sahlberg delves into a discussion of Australia’s place in the world of education, and examines why Australia is somewhat

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Local Schools, Local Decisions – A Lost Decade

Maurie Mulheron gives us all an insight into the effects that Local Schools, Local Decisions has had on education in

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It’s Complex: Working with Students of Refugee Backgrounds and Their Families in NSW Public Schools

Professor Megan Watkins and Professor Greg Noble present a research-based examination of the complexities involved in working with students of

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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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Viva La Difference: Exploring LGBTIQ Diversity in the Primary Classroom

Dr Lorri Beveridge, Michael Murray and Hannah Gillard explore the high gravitas and practicalities
of raising awareness of intersex, sexuality and gender diverse people in the primary classroom
through teaching LGBTIQ literature.1 Teaching students LGBTIQ texts can better address students’
academic and emotional needs…

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Understanding the Uluru Statement: Taking the invitation to the people through the classrooms

Thomas Mayor explains why teachers should be aware of the significance of the Uluru Statement from the Heart and outlines

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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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Show an Affirming Flame: A Message to the Profession

Paul Brock looks at the past and to the future and provides a profound message for all public educators… “Any

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The Beginning of a Journey to Assessment and Data Literacy for Teachers

Jim Tognolini asserts that assessment is a central activity in all education and that its main function is to improve

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Women in Leadership: It’s Time to Redefine and Refocus

Leeanda Smith raises significant questions about the impediments, caused by gender stereotypes and gender based power balances, placed before women

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