Main Feature: Recorded at EduTech in Brisbane in mid-2014, Cameron speaks with Ian Jukes, Chief Executive of the InfoSavvy Group, about issues facing education in the 21st Century.
Regular Features: AITSL’s Teacher Feature, teachers discuss digital resources in the classroom; Education in the News, Cameron and Corinne discuss the latest news stories in education; Mystery Educator competition – new clue!
Main Feature: In an interview recorded at EduTech 2014, Corinne speaks with Jenny Luca about digital literacy and 21st Century Learning.
Regular Features: Off Campus, Dan Haesler explores issues related to teacher professional learning; Education in the News, Cameron and Corinne talk about the latest issues of the past fortnight; AITSL’s Teacher Feature, teachers discuss their most effective professional learning experiences; Mystery Educator; Announcements.
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Main Feature: Sugata Mitra speaks with Corinne about Self Organised Learning Environments, and Stephanie Smith, a school teacher in NSW, discusses her experiences with SOLEs in a school setting.
Regular Features: Dan Haesler asks ‘What’s in it for Google?’ in Off Campus; Cameron and Corinne discuss Tertiary Education funding and School Chaplains in Education in the News; Teachers talk about the importance of professional relationships in Education in the News; Mystery Educator competition. new puzzle!
Main Feature: Corinne interviews British Technologist, Conrad Wolfram, about the state and future of mathematics education in schools, and then discusses Wolfram’s ideas with Mathematics Head Teacher, Eddie Woo.
Regular Features: Off Campus, Dan Haesler questions how prepared schools are for tackling difficult issues; Education in the News, Cameron and Corinne discuss NAPLAN and science literacy in society; AITSL’s Teacher feature, teachers share the highlights of their teaching careers; Mystery Educator competition.
Main Feature: Dr. Michael Carr-Greg talks about some of the mental health issues facing young people today, and the role that technology can play in help address those issues. Professor Ian Shochet, professor of clinical psychology at Queensland University of Technology, discusses in detail his research into school connectedness and its impact on mental health for adolescents.
Regular Features: Education in the News; Off Campus with Dan Haesler, Dan talks about what we lose when everyone wins; AITSL’s Teacher feature, Teachers talk about their reasons for joining the profession; Mystery Educator competition, a new puzzle!; Teachers’ Brains Trust, Simon Crook talks about the ‘lighter side of educational technology’ from Edutech 2014.
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Main Feature: Cameron and Corinne report on their recent trip to Edutech in Brisbane, with interviews with organisers, presenters and attendees.
Regular Features: AITSL’s Teacher Feature, Teachers reflect on the role of professional relationships in their teaching; Education in the News, Cameron and Corinne discuss the impact of well-being in schools on educational attainment
Main Feature: EdSpark Edutech Startup Competition Finals. Regular Features: AITSL’s Teacher Feature, Cameron Paterson and Matt Estermann give advice to beginning teachers; Education in the News, another education review + why do conservative governments favour more expensive, less effective teacher training programs; Off Campus with Dan Haesler, positive psychology; Teachers’ Brains Trust, Sam Schroder introduces a ‘campaign of kindness’ to senior English classes.