High Impact or High Probability?

The Victorian Department of Education and Training's High Impact Teaching Strategies are 10 of the most effective instructional strategies — but can they be used more effectively? Dr Janelle Wills explains how you can expand upon the HITS list with The New...

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Weaving a culture of well-being in our schools

Weaving a culture of well-being in our schools

There is a substantial focus toward putting well-being and mental health at the heart of our children’s school experience. This is such a positive and encouraging development, and many educators and agencies are now discussing what this might mean and how...

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The Power of Data in Schools

Using and analysing data is an expectation for teachers and school leaders around the world. International comparisons such as PISA and TIMSS play a role in the increased data culture in schools, but more broadly, increased accountability in all employment...

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Assessment in a PLC: Affirmations and Discoveries

Assessment in a PLC: Affirmations and Discoveries

Tim Brown has 28 years of experience in education. As a principal of elementary, middle and high-schools in Missouri, he has transformed his schools using the Professional Learning Community at Work® process. He now shares that success with educators...

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Good Teaching Translates into Any Language

Good Teaching Translates into Any Language

I recently had the good fortune to be invited to present at the Hawker Brownlow Education Thinking & Learning Conference in Melbourne, Australia. I had never been to the Eastern Hemisphere before, but at least the language would be familiar to me so I...

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