From all reports in the media, school leaders are totally focused on their students’ well-being in the pandemic crisis. The initial shock has now morphed into staying safe and watching the wreckage globally. And as I live in Melbourne, stories circulating about frontline workers now have new urgency through Stage 4 restrictions. Though far less…
As an FLS director, I want to acknowledge the important work of school leaders during the pandemic in order to grow the powerful way communities can support the mission by school teams to maintain the continuity of learning for our children.
The ACER’s Teacher Magazine can be relied on for in depth accessible information… always!
The AITSL’s Spotlight report is not only good pedagogical advice. By every measure it’s fantastic. Here’s why.
A principal’s welcome at the beginning of term shows the wisdom of drawing on the school’s vision and mission statements.
Understanding the busyness of online communications may be key to effectively delivering remote learning.
Writing online holds a special challenge for busy school leaders and teachers. Not only do principals and their staff today have to deal with the usual complexities of language, now they have to use multimedia in critically important too.
It’s OK to take a little more time and use this time to build ICT skills, after all the motivation to do so is so necessary.