teacher selection

So who wants to teach these days? (Be surprised)

By Jennifer GORE and Rosie Joy BARRON, Kathryn HOLMES and Maxwell SMITH

The quality of teachers is a growing focus of educational reform around the world, with new policies attempting

Positive personal attributes: why teachers need them and how teacher education can help (despite negative media)

By Nan Bahr

Positive personal attributes such as fairness, humour and kindness, I believe, should be considered necessary attributes for a teacher. Currently much of the discussion around ‘quality’ teaching, teacher entry and teacher education is about a suite of high-level competencies and standards. However the nature of teachers’ work and the uniqueness of the education profession should

Do Australian teachers have poor literacy skills? Let’s look at the evidence

By Eileen Honan

Australians have been sold the idea that our primary school teachers today have poor literacy standards, not only

More measuring, few solutions for teacher education under recommendations to Abbott Govt

By Nicole Mockler

The long-awaited report of the Teacher Education Ministerial Advisory Group (TEMAG) was released last week, with the catchy

Teacher selection and education set to be worst hit by Pyne’s uni fee deregulation

By Judith Gill

I believe it is of great importance that we preserve the public charter of our tertiary sector and