Main Feature: Counsellor Louiza Hebhardt discusses teacher burnout, and strategies for teachers to maintain well-being and deal with the pressures of teaching.
Regular Features: AITSL’s teacher feature, teachers discuss what it means to be ‘Asia literate’; Off Campus, Dan Haesler talks about the need to focus on teacher well being as part of education; Teachers’ Brains Trust, Pip Cleaves models a leadership narrative while discussing creativity in education; Education in the News, Cameron and Corinne talk about workplace bullying and other recent news headlines; Mystery Educator competition, third and final clue!
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Show notes and time code:
00:00 – Introduction
03:10 – AITSL’s Teacher Feature
07:40 – Education in the News
- SMH reports NSW Private schools spend 40% more per student
- Melbourne Age reports VIC Private schools spend 60% more per student
- Illawarra Mercury reports that senate inquiry into TAFE cancelled due to lack of representation by political parties.
- 7 News reports TAS minister’s announcement to extended high schools to years 11 & 12
- The Age reports $9mil in compensation has been paid to VIC teachers for stress and injury claims
- SMH reports Deakin University study shows 4 of 5 children fro mnon-Enlgish speaking contries experience racism in schools at least once per month.
- Canberra Times report on new Code of Conduct for ACT teachers in all sectors
20:27 – Off Campus with Dan Haesler, Teacher Wellbeing
- For more, visit danhaesler.com
27:28 – Teachers’ Brains Trust: Pip Cleaves models a leadership narrative to discuss Creativity in Education
33:40 – Mid-show Credits
34:50 – Main Feature: Louiza Hebhardt is a former primary school teacher-turned-counsellor, and in this feature she speaks with Corinne about issues surrounding Teacher burnout.
01:04:10 – Discussion
01:18:50 – Mystery Educator Competition
01:20:15 – Announcements
01:21:30 – Quote & Sign off