In today’s information-rich world, students need to develop a capability to think critically.
Trying to capture students’ attention when they are mid-task can be a challenge. But with the Eyes Up Front feature in English Stars, you can temporarily suspend students’ access to the program and instruct them to pay attention to you…
Spelling is a complex skill that requires systematic and explicit instruction. Four key areas for teaching spelling are phonemic awareness, synthetic phonics, morphology and etymology. Let’s take a look at what each area involves, and why it is important.
Phoneme Chain can be played at any time of the week. You don’t need any resources to play – just a willing class of participants!
Are you looking for meaningful ways to incorporate Indigenous perspectives into your classroom? Your maths lessons are a great place to start.
iMaths offers many differentiation options so you can cater for a range of abilities within your class and engage all of your students in effective learning experiences.
It’s important at the start of an Investigation to discuss expectations with your students. Once you have introduced the Investigation to the class, get them to answer these 5 focus questions: