The Gonski 2.0 review of education will recommend an evidence-based teaching system for schools.
- April 17, 2018
A number of nonagenarians, the oldest stars in the cosmos, and maths problems galore. Maths Education What were you doing on Pi Day? In case you missed it, here’s a stack of ideas to prepare you for March 14 next year. Get your pedagogy hat on… What do you notice? What do you wonder? What’s going on in […]
- March 6, 2018
Teaching fundamentals, hot topics in educational politics, counting frogs, and more. SOURCE: Esther Aarts Maths Education Your pedagogy fix: Dan Meyer has shared some of his favourite instructional routines, including ‘Two truths, one lie’. It’s a beauty. And here are recommended routines from Jo Boaler and others. What do you notice? What do you wonder? What’s going on in this graph? Three simple, […]
- November 2, 2017
We live in a technology-heavy world, where more data gets thrown our way than we known what to do with. It’s easy to become a passive recipient of all this data — that is, information on what students can write, make, or do — and to not realise what is being collected or why. So, what can be done so that student data and assessment is used in a more considered and effective way?