21 Feb is International Mother Language Day – a opportunity for educators to recognise, honour, and advance the inclusion of Mother Languages in their school community. Bruce Pascoe and First Languages Australia are here to guide your journey to recognising the importance of Aboriginal and Indigenous languages, and a few simple ways to incorporate them into your classroom, regardless of year level or subject, today!
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Kylie is a primary school teacher who started out in 2014. Coming from a theatre background, she made the jump over to teaching and hasn’t looked back!
Transitioning from full-time work to supply has been a fantastic experience. Here is what I have learnt to make this new work enjoyable!
Writing lines is an age-old consequence for poor behaviour. Math teacher Ian Clapham was tired of using simple, non-expressive sentences, and has devised a list of alternative lines that he likes to use when students are reflecting on their poor…
By Anonymous One of our regular readers asked for me to share this story anonymously. After 3 years teaching and a lot of recent soul-searching, they have decided to leave their school, and here are their reasons why.
By Mr Nero I write this today with every teacher in mind, but with the evidence of my own experiences and research. As a relatively new teacher I speak of my experience but also the shared viewpoints of the many…