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Recognising Good Teaching: My Journey to Proficient Teacher

Lucille Flegg remembers good times at school and thinks Teaching Standards should reflect our high-quality, high-status profession…   My favourite

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Power, Authority and the New Modern History Syllabus

Jonathon Dallimore offers some reflections on the new HSC Modern History Core due to be examined for the first time

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“I Want to Get Physical, Physical”: Spatial Technologies Inside and Outside Your Geography Classroom

Lorraine Chaffer encourages you to confidently use spatial technologies in your classroom… What is Geography like in your classroom? With

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Getting Better at Assessment

Emma Finlayson reflects on what quality assessment is really about… I am a middle career teacher. I have made it

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Follow Me into the Butterfly Garden

Neil Bramsen explores butterflies while teaching Mathematics and Science… I am always keen to have my students undertake at least

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A Very Useful Aspirin: Networks and the New Stage 6 Mathematics Standard Syllabus

David Watson reflects on why the new Mathematics Standard course is useful for students and explains how to teach the

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Contemporary (Im)possibilities?: Making Digital Texts ‘Doable’ in the Classroom

Rosemary Henzell helps teachers imagine new possibilities for their English classroom… But first, the fear… When the new NESA English

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Dynamic Learning in the First Year of Schooling

Jenny Williams suggests some approaches to starting your kindy kids on their paths to confidence and creativity … This paper

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What a Wonderful World

Nic Hall explains how every teacher can start to teach sustainability and environmental education using the NSW K-12 syllabuses… As

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You’ve Got the Music in You

Graham Sattler explains how primary teachers can confidently lead their school’s choir… This article is written for K–6 classroom teachers

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