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Five things we wouldn't know without NAPLAN

We may need to rethink how NAPLAN is used, but overall it's an important tool for researchers and policy makers. Shutterstock Peter Goss, Grattan Institute NAPLAN testing starts this week. With calls for a review, many education experts are calling the Future of NAPLAN into question. In this series, the experts look at options for...

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Tutor Jobs Brisbane - Positions Vacant

Are you a qualified teacher looking for some extra income? Do you enjoy helping children to succeed? If the answer is YES, then we would like to hear from you. We are currently hiring qualified teachers (registered or retired) and Teacher aides to tutor our students at their homes in Brisbane and surrounding areas. Appl...

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10 Strategies For Helping Individuals With Learning Disabilities

Parents, teachers, and employers should aim to provide a quiet area for learning and working that is away from distractions. Material should be presented in small units, as individuals with learning disabilities often have difficulty with long and detailed instructions but can process and follow smaller chunks of information. ...

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Making the Most of School Holidays

In those idyllic days, twenty five years ago, when my own children were just starting school, the school holidays were looked forward to with much anticipation.  As a teacher, life for us at this time was so much easier than for other parents, because our holidays meant time together. It was a time for having experiences outside the scho...

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What not to say to emerging readers

This is a great video by Amy Mascott of teachmama.com explaining how to help maximise your child's learning during reading practice.     ...

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