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Summer school heats up for science teachers

While their students might be still enjoying the summer break, a group of dedicated science teachers are already heading back to work in an effort to master new approaches that will inspire pupils to learn and possibly even consider STEM ...

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Dyslexia support on the way

A soon to be launched documentary project, titled Outside the Square, is hoped to raise broad awareness and support for school children struggling with dyslexia. Despite research indicating that one in ten Australian school children are living with dyslexia, Outside ...

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Teacher training overhaul recommended

An audit of literacy teaching in early education has called for sweeping changes in the way universities and other providers train teachers. The report, officially released late yesterday by the NSW Board of Studies and Educational Standards (BOSTES) set out ...

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Stoush erupts over teaching course standards

University deans have accused the NSW education minister of “fouling his own nest” over criticisms of accredited teaching courses which he told News Limited media were potentially letting down students and schools. Discussing the findings of a yet to be ...

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