Supporting low SES students to catch up
There is nothing more radical than providing equal access to quality education. Only when students’ ability, will and perseverance determines how well they perform at […]
How to close learning gaps and double student growth
Reaching the end of Year 6 is an important milestone. It represents seven years of learning, all leading to the big step from primary to […]
The landscape of education
Jobs requiring STEM-literate students are on the rise, yet fewer students are electing to study maths at senior level. In this blog we explore causes […]
Australia needs more girls in advanced maths
The world is celebrating International Women’s Day this week and in Australia we’re uniting under the theme ‘More Powerful Together’. It’s a theme that highlights […]
The gender gap in maths
As always in education research, it’s not hard to find conflicting studies on whether girls outperform boys in maths, or not. The most likely conclusion […]
1 classroom, 28 different levels
Supporting students to reach their full potential is the number one priority for most teachers. It’s often the very reason we became teachers in the […]
Pedagogy dig: the ‘charge’ model for teaching integers
Our Learning team gets together regularly to deep dive into the pedagogy behind a particular model, problem, or interesting question that has been presented to […]
August 2018: What’s News in Education
The truth about effect sizes, new hurdles for teachers and principals, Chinese super-classes, an Aussie Fields Medallist and more.
De La Salle
Driving success with student-centred learning In this video teachers and students from De La Salle share their experiences using Maths Pathway.
Australian Learning Lecture
Learn how Bacchus Marsh College is using a data-driven teaching approach to enable students to grow and thrive in maths.