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Observations in the ‘Mother Country’

Sally Saunders compares lesson observation practice between her NSW and UK experiences and concludes we are well ahead… Not so

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What Everyone Should Know About Coding

Ben Zunica demystifies coding for students and educators alike…   Coding for everyone Computer coding has been taught in schools

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“The Way of Words”: Understanding and Teaching Reading in Primary Classrooms

Robyn Ewing makes the case for teaching reading that considers the individual needs, background and abilities of each child and

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What is Going Wrong with ‘Evidence-based’ Policies and Practices in Schools in Australia

James Ladwig explains why teachers should be aware of centrally pre-determined practices masquerading as ‘evidence-based’ advanced, innovative curriculum and teaching…

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A Guide to the New PDHPE Syllabus

Michelle Maher introduces you to the new K-10 syllabus which is mandatory for Years 7 and 9 in 2019… As

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Harnessing Play for Learning in Early Stage One

Maree Costantini and Nicole Tainsh learn with their students through play… “But they’re just playing!” From the outside, two children

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Marvellous Things! Visual Arts Teaching

Alexandra Johnson celebrates success in her Visual Arts classrooms and you can too… Remember your first year of teaching? I

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Technology You Can Look Forward To

Steve Delaney sees much to be excited about in the new Technology syllabus which is mandatory for Year 7 in

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An Introduction to the New Stage 6 Mathematics Advanced and Extension Syllabuses

Terry Moriarty introduces the new calculus-based courses to be implemented from 2019… The new NSW Stage 6 Mathematics Advance and

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Considering the Advanced and Standard Courses in the New Stage 6 English Syllabus: Part II: Year 11

Deb McPherson, Jane Sherlock, Jowen Hillyer and Rosemary Henzell suggest some approaches to planning for the new Standard and Advanced

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