Melbourne Graduate School of Education
Rebuilding trust in a less trusting environment
COVID-19 and lockdowns challenged our trust in institutions and in each other, but simple actions can help us to rebuild, says University of Melbourne expert
Finding what really works in education
Assessing what works in the classroom using reason, not intuition, would help educators invest more wisely, argues John Hattie from the University of Melbourne.
Rewriting the book on literature teaching
As the literary landscape evolves, so does how literature is taught in schools. How are our new teachers coping with the challenge?
Changing the shape of teaching
Researchers are assessing the value of modern, innovative classrooms, and how teachers can use these spaces to help schoolkids realise their full potential.
Getting school refusers back to class
A ground-breaking intervention program in Melbourne is helping school refusers get back into the classroom.
Four ways to unlock the potential of Australian students
Australian Governments and education leaders must start working together in the national interest to reverse declining classroom performances.
Making a case for teacher aides
New research shows teacher aides can actually hinder a student's progress, but the blame may not lay with them but with the education system.
An unflinching look inside our classrooms
Revolution School is a landmark documentary of life inside a high school classroom that shows how hard teaching is, says Professor Field Rickards.
The key to teaching collaboration
An online tool to measure students’ collaborative problem-solving skills is helping teachers equip their students for the modern world of work.