Lotti’s experiences studying in the USA – and in coming home during COVID.
Written by: Mark Selkrig, Kim Keamy, Sharon McDonough, Amanda Belton and Robyn Brandenburg
Teacher educators referred to the “increasing control” and a perception that we are undermined in our work by the “constant critiques that suggest low standards and that we don’t care about the profession”.
Written by: Chris Hickey
The crowding of the curriculum is not an issue. We should shift the focus to the quality of the learning experience, and how we can best nurture productive interactions between teachers and students.
Written by: Richard Colledge
The Job-Ready Graduates Package is nearing the end of its first full semester of implementation. Its basic premise is that the main reason the modern Australian university exists is to train the next generation in areas of economic need. “Universities must teach…
200 studies: the benefits of music & music education By Oli Braithwaite This article records, summarises and categorises in over 200 studies, many non-musical benefits associated with music education and listening to music in general. In compiling these studies, we identified…
Written by: Stewart Riddle
To most disadvantaged young Australians, the school curriculum is the only place where they have an opportunity to be exposed to the rich diversity of culture and creativity that is available through the arts, humanities and social sciences.