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$45,000 Teaching Fellowship open to Australia’s great teachers and school leaders

26 August 2019 [caption id="attachment_11487" align="alignnone" width="600"] 2018 Teaching Fellow Alison Rourke, Fairy Meadow Demonstration School[/caption] Nominations and applications for the 2020 Commonwealth Bank Teaching Awards open today. Est...

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Governor of Victoria recognises the impact of Schools Plus

2 May 2019  [caption id="attachment_10583" align="alignnone" width="600"] (L-R) Michael Devine, Sarah James, Rosemary Conn, Angus James, the Governor, Tim Richardson MP, Christine Jackson, Peter Jackson[/caption] The Honourable Linda Dessau AC, Go...

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Australia’s top teachers named

29 March 2019 [caption id="attachment_11226" align="alignnone" width="2460"] (L-R) Chantel Mirzai, John Townley, Alison Rourke, Sarah Chapman, Jessica Colleu Terradas, Michael Smith, Erica Prosser, Denise Lofts, Sasha Mildenhall, Monica St Baker, Lo...

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Our Teaching Fellow Yasodai Selvakumaran named in top 10 teachers in the world

21 February 2019 One of Schools Plus' Teaching Fellows, Yasodai Selvakumaran, has today been named one of the top 10 teachers in the world, taking her one step closer to winning the coveted US$1million Global Teacher Prize. The inspiring teacher cu...

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Two Australian teachers in running for $1 million Global Teacher Prize

13 December 2018 Schools Plus is delighted to announce that two of our 2018 Commonwealth Bank Teaching Award recipients have been named as Top 50 finalists for the prestigious $US1 million Global Teacher Prize.   This is the second year in a r...

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Three Australian Teachers in running for $US1 million Global Teacher Prize

Three Australian teachers in running for $US1 million Global Teacher Prize Schools Plus is delighted to announce that three recipients of the 2017 Commonwealth Bank Teaching Awards have been named in the top 50 finalists for the $US1 million Global...

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Here’s to great teachers: Learning from Singapore

In Learning from Singapore: The Power of Paradoxes, Professor Pak Tee Ng from the National Institute of Education describes teaching and its impact. He writes: “This labour of love is down to earth. It may not be glamorous. It is long-suffering. I...

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