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What switches students on and off?
Professor Andrew Martin presents a guide to the good, the bad, and the ugly of student motivation
Movement and learning in early primary
Exploring the role movement plays in brain development and how movement prepares children for the rigours of formal learning
Enabling student wellbeing and social-emotional learning
The wellbeing of our rangatahi is a notable priority of the New Zealand Government. Yet, New Zealand ranks 35th of 41 for child and adolescent wellbeing in developed countries
Increasing Year 9 and 10 students’ engagement and motivation in STEM
Discover how two teachers used real-world problems drawn from their local community to engage students in collaborative problem-solving
Classroom Management for positive and productive learning environments
Heather Peshak George explores what research says about the strategies, practices and approaches to classroom and behaviour management that promote positive and productive learning environments.
What is learning by scientific design?
Benjamin Riley, the founder of Deans for Impact, explores how teachers can design learning experiences for students rooted in scientific insight
Learning trajectory – from shallow to deep to transfer
Dr Jared Cooney Horvath explores how humans take in, embody, and utilize new information and ideas
Unleash the Science of Learning in your classroom
Patrice Bain shares the valuable experience she has gained from working with cognitive scientists over the past fifteen years
Student motivation and engagement when learning from home
Harry Fletcher-Wood discusses the research on motivation and engagement as well as practical techniques teachers and school leaders can use to increase student engagement.
Social-emotional learning – what schools need to know
Claire Chuter, from John Hopkins University in the USA explores the different mindsets, skills and competencies SEL incorporates, why it is important, and how it can be integrated into teaching and learning.