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13:12 | May 1st

Australia’s school principals are overwhelmed by the amount of work they’re doing; they’re having great difficulty sleeping; and they are experiencing high rates of offensive behaviour and physical attacks, according to 2018 data collected for the Pr...Show More

10:08 | Apr 29th

In today’s episode I’m going to share some of the interesting interviews and articles we’ve published on Teacher this month. There were plenty to choose from but I’ve gone ahead and selected the pieces that I think you’d find the most useful in your ...Show More
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13:30 | Apr 3rd

We’re taking you to the Northern Territory in this episode of Teaching Methods, where a primary school was purposefully built to house classrooms of students taught by co-teachers. The school, Rosebery Primary, is in its ninth year this year, and Pri...Show More

11:14 | Mar 28th

Teacher Staffroom is an opportunity to change the pace a little, and really take some time out with your colleagues to discuss what implications the content we’ve covered recently could have for your own school setting. You’ll hear me posing some que...Show More

14:28 | Mar 20th

Imagine knowing you have a one in 10 chance of winning US $1 million. Well, that’s the reality for Rooty Hill High School teacher Yasodai Selvakumaran. Yasodai has been an educator for the past nine years and has won a slew of awards throughout her c...Show More

21:06 | Mar 6th

Our guest today is Dylan Wiliam – Emeritus Professor of Educational Assessment at University College London. He’s a former school teacher, over the last 15 years his academic career has been focused on the use of assessment to support learning, and h...Show More

14:07 | Feb 27th

Welcome to the first episode of a new series. Our podcast subscribers have told us that they love the option to listen (and learn of course) during the daily commute, while they’re out for a walk, taking a break with a cuppa and even doing the househ...Show More

16:29 | Feb 20th

My guest today is someone I originally discovered on Twitter. Craig Heeley is an educator living in Newcastle upon Tyne in northeast England, and this year he landed his first ever Head Teacher role at Lemington Riverside Primary School. Over the pas...Show More

14:38 | Feb 6th

Our guest for this episode is Dr Joann Fildes, Head of Research and Evaluation at Mission Australia. The charity describes its Youth Survey as the nation’s “largest online annual ‘temperature check’ of teenagers aged between 15 and 19”. In 2018, 28 0...Show More

29:03 | Jan 23rd

My guest today is Dr Jeff Thomas, a lecturer in the Master of Teaching and Graduate Certificate of Education at the University of Tasmania. Jeff’s research and teaching interests include the relationship between engagement and classroom behaviour, an...Show More

21:50 | Jan 9th

A new study examines the gender differences in the friendships and conflicts of both girls and boys with autism, relative to their neurotypical peers. In today’s podcast two of the researchers, Dr Felicity Sedgewick and Dr Liz Pellicano, join us on t...Show More

18:08 | Dec 13th, 2018

Welcome to this special end of year edition, where we take a trip down memory lane and select some of our favourite podcast moments from 2018. We’ve actually published 26 episodes this year, including a special to mark our 100th, so it’s been a diffi...Show More

14:44 | Nov 27th, 2018

Our guest for today’s episode of the Research Files is Dr Carol Newall, a Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Education at Macquarie University. She joins us today to talk about a study she led which investigates how a child’s gender impacts an adults...Show More

22:45 | Nov 14th, 2018

In this episode of School Improvement, we're joined on the line by Brett Crawford, the Lead Science teacher at Warrigal Road State School in Brisbane. With over 1300 students and 50 staff members in the primary school, a big task was ahead of Brett w...Show More

16:51 | Oct 31st, 2018

In this episode of Global Education, we're joined on the line by Dr Louise van Rhyn from Cape Town, South Africa. She’s the founder of a program named Partners for Possibility, which pairs business leaders with principals for a 12-month structured le...Show More

14:30 | Oct 17th, 2018

What are some practical strategies teachers could use in the classroom to assist students with ADHD? That’s just one of the questions we ask Dr Emma Sciberras in this episode of The Research Files. Dr Sciberras is a Senior Lecturer and Clinical Psych...Show More

07:44 | Oct 3rd, 2018

In this episode I’m joined by Alvian Sulungbudi, a senior student from Saint Angela High School in Bandung, Indonesia which is about two hours from Jakarta. Alvian, along with his Mathematics teacher and fellow students, visited Melbourne to attend a...Show More

14:59 | Sep 25th, 2018

In this episode of The Research Files, we're joined on the line by Professor Helen Christensen, The Director and Chief Scientist at Black Dog Institute. Black Dog Institute is an Australian organisation focussed on identifying, preventing and treatin...Show More

24:09 | Sep 5th, 2018

Moving to a new school is an important time in any child’s life. For students from a migrant or refugee background it often means learning a new language or joining outside of the normal transition period, at different points throughout the school ye...Show More

20:22 | Aug 29th, 2018

The team’s on the road this week at the ACER Research Conference in Sydney, where the theme for 2018 is ‘Teaching practices that make a difference: Insights from research’. In this special episode, we share highlights from the ‘In Conversation’ sessi...Show More

16:02 | Aug 22nd, 2018

Can therapy dogs decrease anxiety and stress in students, and improve school attendance? These are just some of the questions Monash University academics are trying to answer as they push for more research in this area. In today’s podcast we're joine...Show More

09:14 | Aug 8th, 2018

Teacher magazine celebrates its 100th podcast by taking a closer look at some of our audio highlights over the last four years. Stay tuned for more from John Fleming, Dr Bill Rogers, and more.

09:59 | Jul 25th, 2018

Our guests on this episode of School Improvement are Cobram Primary School Principal Matt Knight and teacher Cassie Ryan. Cassie is a PE teacher at the rural school, but it’s the role of Attendance Officer that has seen her develop and lead an initia...Show More

11:58 | Jul 11th, 2018

In this episode of The Research Files we're joined by Helen Egeberg, the Master of Teaching coordinator at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia. Her recent report, 'What do students believe about effective classroom management? A mixed-methods...Show More

11:32 | Jun 27th, 2018

Participants in a school-based mentoring program, along with the program coordinator, join Teacher for this podcast to explain why partnering students with an adult mentor can encourage a higher level of engagement in school.

15:43 | Jun 13th, 2018

Headteacher of Brimsdown Primary School in the UK, Dani Lang joins Teacher for this School Improvement podcast to talk about her school’s focus on staff wellbeing. Establishing the staff wellbeing team has been one of the factors in helping the schoo...Show More

18:22 | Jun 11th, 2018

In this special episode Teacher is joined by Dr Alan Finkel, Australia’s Chief Scientist, to talk about his most recent final report, titled ‘Optimising STEM Industry–School Partnerships: Inspiring Australia’s Next Generation’. We speak about why par...Show More

12:50 | May 30th, 2018

In this episode of Global Education, we’re joined by Andria Zafirakou from London, the winner of this year’s Global Teacher Prize. The Arts and Textiles teacher explains how she develops meaningful relationships with parents, the importance of profes...Show More

15:43 | May 16th, 2018

Dr John Halsey joins Teacher for this episode of The Research Files. His final report on the Independent Review into Regional, Rural and Remote Education here in Australia explores the key issues, challenges and barriers affecting student learning ou...Show More

20:14 | May 2nd, 2018

Our guest today is Associate Professor Lynn Barnett-Morris from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. For the last three years she’s been researching Kindergarten-aged children to determine how playfulness in the classroom is viewed by the ...Show More

12:08 | Apr 18th, 2018

Our guest today is Dr Danny Steele, Principal of Thompson Sixth Grade Center in Alabama in the United States. Danny has worked in public education for more than 25 years, he runs a hugely successful blog and Twitter account, and in 2016 he was named ...Show More

16:08 | Apr 4th, 2018

School leadership is an increasingly complex role and research suggests the demands certainly take their toll on the health and wellbeing of principals, assistant principals and deputy principals. Associate Professor Philip Riley joins The Research F...Show More

14:49 | Mar 14th, 2018

In this episode of The Research Files podcast series we speak to Adjunct Professor of Curriculum and Pedagogy at James Cook University, Brian Lewthwaite. We have him on the line from Canada, where he is currently based in the role of program coordina...Show More

17:26 | Mar 1st, 2018

Dr David Armstrong from Flinders University is our guest in today’s Behaviour Management podcast. We explore how certain behaviour management models are simply ineffective, particularly for students with learning or mental health difficulties, and di...Show More

09:55 | Feb 21st, 2018

School leaders play a crucial role in improving outcomes for students and the success of a school community. But, what happens when they leave? In today’s episode of School Improvement we’re talking about succession planning.

18:48 | Feb 7th, 2018

In this episode we visit Western Port Secondary College – one of 21 government schools involved in the Australian initiative The Paradigm Shifters: Entrepreneurial learning in schools – to talk to assistant principal Hannah Lewis and student Harry Ha...Show More

19:59 | Jan 17th, 2018

Early career teacher attrition is seen as an issue of concern around the world. Here, scholarly articles and media reports regularly state that between 30 and 50 per cent of Australian teachers leave the profession within the first five years. But, w...Show More

14:28 | Jan 9th, 2018

Associate Professor Linda Hobbs joins The Research Files to talk about a new Australian study exploring girls’ participation and engagement in STEM subjects.

10:32 | Dec 17th, 2017

It’s been a big year for Teacher magazine podcasts – we recently broke through the 100 000 listens milestone! To mark the end of another great 12 months, we have put together some clips from our favourite podcasts for 2017.

14:09 | Dec 6th, 2017

Results from the latest cycle of the PIRLS assessment (that’s the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study) show the literacy achievement of Year 4 students in Australia has improved. However, there are significant achievement gaps by gender,...Show More

17:32 | Nov 29th, 2017

In today’s podcast special we’re speaking with Neil Bramsen and Brett McKay – two educators who are changing the lives of the students in their schools by instilling a love of Science in them. Both teachers were named winners of the Prime Minister’s ...Show More

18:08 | Nov 15th, 2017

In today’s Behaviour Management podcast we talk to Dr Anna Sullivan from the University of South Australia. She’s been working on the Behaviour at School study which explores the existing state of student behaviour and its management in South Austral...Show More

21:21 | Nov 8th, 2017

In this instalment of The Research Files we’ll be discussing student fitness and wellbeing, specifically, two simple exercise programs – the first is a new project aimed at improving adolescent health and wellbeing, and the second is being used by th...Show More

16:21 | Oct 25th, 2017

For the last three years school leaders and staff at Jordan River Learning Federation Senior School have been focusing on evidence-based teaching and reflection. It’s included the development of a professional learning approach called CCRP – that’s C...Show More

12:22 | Oct 11th, 2017

Are male teachers headed for extinction in Australia? Researchers who carried out the first ever study tracking the trajectory of male participation in the teaching profession say the short answer is ‘yes’. Dr Kevin McGrath joins Teacher to explain m...Show More

15:20 | Oct 4th, 2017

Professor Simone Reinhold joins Teacher to discuss inquiry based learning in primary mathematics, including the benefits of students working on a common task with differentiated outcomes, and the role of the educator in finding a balance between expl...Show More

13:36 | Sep 13th, 2017

Student participation rates in advanced maths and science subjects is declining. In today's podcast, Michael Jennings, an Associate Lecturer at the University of Queensland joins Teacher to discuss his research which explores factors influencing stud...Show More

18:14 | Aug 29th, 2017

When we ask readers and listeners about the professional learning topics that interest them and what they’d like more support on, teacher wellbeing is always right up there. We're here today at the University of Queensland in Brisbane to find out abo...Show More

17:05 | Aug 16th, 2017

Our guest for the second episode in our Behaviour Management podcast series is Phil Beadle – a teacher, education consultant, public speaker, author and broadsheet columnist. Phil was once named Secondary Teacher of the Year in the UK and is consider...Show More

15:26 | Aug 2nd, 2017

Three Deakin University academics – Dr Linda Hobbs, Associate Professor Coral Campbell and Associate Professor Colleen Vale – recently visited ACER to share their research on out-of-field teaching. In today’s School Improvement podcast, we share some...Show More

17:23 | Jul 19th, 2017

Professor Jenny Gore joins The Research Files to discuss the findings of a new Australian study by academics from the University of Newcastle and Western Sydney University investigating the occupational and career aspirations of Indigenous school stu...Show More

11:56 | Jun 28th, 2017

Our guest on The Research Files today is Amanda Datnow, a Professor in the Department of Education Studies and Associate Dean of the Division of Social Sciences at the University of California, San Diego. Her current research explores best practice i...Show More

15:46 | Jun 6th, 2017

Professor Nan Bahr delivered the closing keynote address at last month’s Excellence in Professional Practice Conference on the Gold Coast. Her keynote, titled ‘Personal attributes: Developing the hidden qualities in quality teaching’ examined the con...Show More

12:25 | May 22nd, 2017

The practicum component of pre-service teacher education courses is an important part of preparing students for the profession. A recent Australian study shines a spotlight on the highs and lows of the practicum experience from the perspective of pre...Show More

08:30 | May 10th, 2017

A new study from academics at Queensland University of Technology has found there’s a gender gap when it comes to the behaviourial skills of children starting school. Professor Sue Walker joins me in this episode of The Research Files to discuss the ...Show More

12:31 | Apr 26th, 2017

By building strong professional learning communities (PLCs) school leaders can improve not only the quality of teaching, but also student outcomes. So, what does an effective PLC look like and how do you go about building one? My guest is Dr Lawrence...Show More

11:23 | Apr 19th, 2017

To whet the appetite for the 2017 Excellence in Professional Practice Conference, we speak to both keynote speakers – Professor Stephen Dinham and Professor Nan Bahr – and revisit the EPPC archive to share our favourite snippets from interviews with ...Show More

11:02 | Apr 12th, 2017

Tiina-Maija Toivola joins us from Helsinki to talk about the award-winning Me & MyCity program that gives 6th Graders a chance to spend a day in their chosen profession and learn more about being a consumer and citizen.

12:08 | Mar 28th, 2017

In this month’s Research Files we discuss the findings of a three-year project in New Zealand that included analysis of pretend play – where students give voices to toys, objects and digital characters – and early literacy practices.

10:56 | Mar 22nd, 2017

My guest today is Cath Apanah, Acting Assistant Principal and Head of senior school at Montrose Bay High in Hobart, Tasmania. She joins me today to discuss how her school has been using data to inform their strategic plan, the process they undertoo...Show More

12:18 | Mar 1st, 2017

The Grattan Institute released a report that says as many as 40 per cent of school students are unproductive in a given year. Teacher magazine sat down with the report’s co-author Julie Sonnemann to discuss the four school level recommendations that ...Show More

11:37 | Feb 14th, 2017

Videoconferencing technology has changed the face of distance education, but teaching to a camera rather than face-to-face requires additional skills. In this episode, Teacher magazine is joined by Nicky Rehn, Assistant Professor of Education at Ambr...Show More

18:27 | Feb 8th, 2017

What kind of leader are you, and is your leadership style truly effective? After looking the UK’s performance in the 2012 Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) study and comparing it to other countries, Dr Alex Hill and his research...Show More

20:25 | Jan 30th, 2017

Our guest for this first episode of our new series on Behaviour Management is teacher, education consultant and author Dr Bill Rogers. An Honorary Fellow of Melbourne University, he shares his expertise on behaviour management, effective teaching, st...Show More

10:20 | Jan 15th, 2017

Many people believe that because young people are digital natives, they are also digital-savvy. But a new report from researchers at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education has found that young people do experience difficulties when it com...Show More

07:47 | Dec 18th, 2016

To mark the end of another fantastic year, the Teacher editorial team have taken a walk down memory lane to share some snippets from their favourite podcasts for 2016.

06:31 | Dec 6th, 2016

The Programme for International Student Assessment, more popularly referred to as PISA, measures how well 15-year-olds are prepared to use their science, reading and mathematics skills in real-life situations. More than half a million students from 7...Show More

06:22 | Dec 1st, 2016

The results from the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) were released earlier this week. Conducted every four years, this major international assessment compares the achievements of Years 4 and 8 students in mathematics and...Show More

12:44 | Nov 8th, 2016

What sort of learning environments does your school have? Are you making the best use of your teaching space? Our guest on The Research Files this month is Wes Imms, Associate Professor in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education and Lead Chief Inv...Show More

11:18 | Oct 25th, 2016

The Research Schools Network in the UK is a joint project involving the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and the Institute for Effective Education. Each school, selected as a leader in bridging the gap between research and classroom practice, rec...Show More

12:44 | Oct 13th, 2016

The guest for this episode is Professor Brian Caldwell, Professor Emeritus at the University of Melbourne and Deputy Chair of ACARA. His new book The Autonomy Premium, published by ACER Press, explores the link between student achievement and autonom...Show More

10:21 | Sep 26th, 2016

Are teachers ever influenced by bias when it comes to grading student work? This is the focus of a new report from researchers at the University of New England, which looks at different types of potential bias in grading including gender, race and ph...Show More

09:36 | Sep 14th, 2016

Welcome to the second part of our Teaching Methods podcast on Engineering. In part one Lyn English, Professor in STEM Education at the Queensland University of Technology, talked about the importance of Engineering in the primary years and the resour...Show More

11:24 | Aug 31st, 2016

A new study has found that positive teacher-student relationships at age 10 can significantly reduce problem classroom behaviours, and the effects last for up to four years. Teacher talks to lead author Dr Ingrid Obsuth.

08:44 | Aug 17th, 2016

Teacher magazine talks to Professor in STEM Education Lyn English about the importance of Engineering in the primary years and resources to support teachers in the classroom.

10:18 | Aug 2nd, 2016

Three years ago, Nikki Urlich and her colleagues redesigned the teaching and learning of maths at their New Zealand school. The ‘Modern Maths’ program brings together 120 learners and a team of four teachers in an innovative learning environment.

08:25 | Jul 19th, 2016

Teacher talks to University of New England academics Dr Jennifer Charteris and Dr Sue Gregory about their research that looks at the impact of the messaging app Snapchat in education settings, and how schools are responding to issues such as cyber bu...Show More

08:47 | Jul 6th, 2016

Dr Kevin Anthony Perry talks to Teacher magazine about a collaborative research project exploring classroom wellbeing in Denmark.

13:01 | Jun 23rd, 2016

Teacher magazine speaks to Peter Johnson about efforts to improve the recruitment and retention of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander educators in Australian schools.

10:43 | Jun 8th, 2016

Teacher speaks to New York educator Jaymes Dec about school FabLabs, pop-up makerspaces and the open-source Nerdy Derby.

12:45 | May 25th, 2016

In this special episode, Teacher talks to Computer Science education expert Professor Tim Bell, one of the keynote presenters at the ACER Research Conference 2016.

07:40 | May 17th, 2016

In honour of our second birthday, the Teacher team looks back on some of our favourite podcasts from the last year.

10:07 | May 11th, 2016

Teacher chats to Claire Warden about Nature Pedagogy – what it is and how it works in practice, including lesson planning and risk management.

08:53 | Apr 28th, 2016

Teacher speaks to Professor Rosemary Johnston about the findings of the inaugural Kids & Family Reading Report Australia and its implications for educators.

09:00 | Apr 12th, 2016

Professor Geoff Masters AO and Robert Marshall discuss school improvement, assessment and teaching.

10:09 | Mar 29th, 2016

Teacher speaks to Associate Professor Gerry Redmond about the Australian Child Wellbeing Project, capturing student voice and the importance of focusing on the middle years of schooling.

10:48 | Mar 16th, 2016

Teacher speaks to Dr Mary Kimani about school support for refugee students from Sub-Saharan Africa.

10:10 | Mar 2nd, 2016

Teacher speaks to Professor David Lynch about a five year pilot study that explored the characteristics of an outstanding school.

07:56 | Feb 17th, 2016

Can peer assessment techniques help improve pass rates and student learning outcomes? According to one educator’s action research, the answer is yes.

11:22 | Feb 3rd, 2016

We find out about Harvard University's Best Foot Forward project, which is exploring the effectiveness of videoing lessons as a feedback tool in teacher observations.

11:31 | Jan 14th, 2016

Five global education experts sat down with Teacher to give a snapshot of the developments and challenges in mathematics in their respective countries.

08:52 | Dec 9th, 2015

Dr Elisabeth Duursma discusses her research on the impact of fathers reading to their children, and why it has implications for educators in the classroom.

07:36 | Nov 25th, 2015

The lead architect behind one of the shortlisted school designs at the World Architecture Awards tells Teacher about designing a school that reflects local culture, history and landscape.

09:47 | Nov 11th, 2015

Dr Stephen Keast and Dr Bec Cooper share tips for those interested in adopting the team teaching approach and pitfalls to watch out for.

08:11 | Oct 26th, 2015

Jo Earp sits down with science teacher educators Dr Stephen Keast and Dr Bec Cooper, to explore team teaching and its potential benefits for students.

08:32 | Oct 14th, 2015

Andreas Schleicher joins Teacher from Paris to talk about the findings of a recent OECD report that explores the impact of technology on student learning outcomes.

09:49 | Sep 16th, 2015

Stealth assessment, interactive learning environments and assessing literacy and numeracy. In a special podcast, Teacher provides a snapshot of the keynote speeches from Research Conference 2015.

08:19 | Sep 1st, 2015

Teacher chats to John Burns in China about creating a school social media presence and showcasing teaching and learning via Twitter.

11:22 | Aug 19th, 2015

To mark National Science Week, Teacher hears from Professor Jim Pellegrino about shaping science learning for the future.

08:54 | Aug 4th, 2015

Teacher speaks to Dr Chris Harvey about a year-long study exploring whether starting the school day later has an impact on student achievement levels.

10:21 | Aug 3rd, 2015

Teacher chats to Dr Peter Goss about a research paper highlighting schools and education systems that are starting to do targeted teaching in a more systematic way.

09:26 | Jun 22nd, 2015

Teacher chats to a Californian educator about how teachers at her school are reaping the rewards from an in-house PD program that utilises a teachers teaching teachers delivery model.

06:29 | May 27th, 2015

Teacher chats to Professor John Hattie, who provides a snapshot of his groundbreaking work on visible learning and previews a new piece of research into learning strategies.

10:58 | May 13th, 2015

To celebrate our first birthday, the Teacher team looks back on some of our favourite podcast interviews from the last 12 months.

08:45 | Apr 27th, 2015

UK-based academic, Professor Peter Barrett, chats to Teacher about the results of a three year study into the link between physical classroom design in primary schools and academic achievement.

11:40 | Apr 15th, 2015

In this special episode of The Research Files, Dr Rukmini Banerji tells Teacher magazine about India’s Annual Status of Education Report study, which monitors schooling and learning across the country.

09:08 | Mar 30th, 2015

Teacher chats to Dr Paul Browning about the Futures Planning Project - a different approach to school strategic planning that considers what the world could be like in 2028.

10:42 | Mar 17th, 2015

Teacher talks to Kiri Mealings about a new study involving colleagues at Macquarie University and Australia's National Acoustics Laboratories, into noise levels in open plan classrooms.

09:37 | Mar 4th, 2015

Teacher speaks to education consultant, Kath Murdoch about inquiry based learning.

08:48 | Feb 18th, 2015

Teacher speaks to principal Jenny Dowsett, who shares strategies that are raising numeracy outcomes for students at her primary school.

09:04 | Feb 4th, 2015

In Episode 7 of our monthly podcast series The Research Files, Julian Fraillon discusses the results of the pioneering International Computer and Information Literacy Study, which took place for the first time in 2013.

08:43 | Nov 17th, 2014

Teacher speaks to Sandra Pattison and Tham Lu about an NCVER report that explores whether school characteristics influence student engagement of 15-year-olds.

10:09 | Nov 11th, 2014

Teacher speaks to Ray Boyd, Principal of West Beechboro Primary School in Perth. Since taking on his role, he has introduced a Professional Recognition Program to support staff learning and student learning outcomes have improved significantly.

09:16 | Oct 6th, 2014

In Episode 5 of Teacher's monthly podcast series The Research Files, Associate Professor John Buchanan discusses why early career teachers end up leaving the profession.

09:20 | Sep 22nd, 2014

In the third episode of Teacher's podcast series on school improvement, we speak to Victorian Executive Principal Glenn Proctor about the changes that he is making at Hume Central Secondary College and the learning models that are proving to be effec...Show More

08:37 | Sep 8th, 2014

Teacher speaks to Mere Berryman, Associate Professor at the University of Waikato in Hamilton, about a program aimed at increasing engagement among Maori secondary school students in New Zealand and the implications for educators here in Australia.

08:25 | Aug 10th, 2014

This month Teacher speaks to Steve Zubrick - Senior Principal Research Fellow at the Telethon Kids Institute in Perth and a Winthrop Professor at the University of Western Australia. Dr Zubrick and his colleagues recently carried out research into st...Show More

48:23 | Aug 4th, 2014

Julia Gillard sits down with Professor Geoff Masters at the ACER Research Conference for 2014 to discuss quality and equity. Hear what they had to say in an exclusive Teacher podcast.

08:26 | Jul 21st, 2014

In Episode 2 of our Teaching Methods series, we speak to Australian educator Andrew Douch about the flipped learning model.

09:06 | Jul 17th, 2014

In the first episode of Teacher’s podcast series on school improvement, we speak to Karen Endicott, principal of Sarah Redfern High School in New South Wales, about her school improvement journey.

07:58 | Jul 17th, 2014

In episode 2 of The Research Files, Teacher speaks to Dr Michelle Anderson and Dr Emma Curtin, co-authors of the LLEAP (Leading Learning in Education and Philanthropy)Survey Report 2013.

11:03 | Jul 17th, 2014

In this month's episode of The Research Files, we find out how bringing everyday items like milk crates and hay bales into primary school playgrounds could boost student fitness.

11:31 | Jul 1st, 2014

Welcome to Episode 1 of our Teaching Methods series. Today we speak to John Fleming, a leading advocate for education reform and someone whose views are highly sought-after by education professionals throughout Australia, about the method known as ex...Show More