Teaching Resources

Education Funding

  • Our Children – Australia’s Future Record Funding For Australian Schools
    State government schools, which educate 68 per cent of students, attract 76 per cent of the combined Commonwealth, State and Territory funding. This Budget also maintains the Howard Government’s Capital Grants Programme in real terms, providing $249.0 million for government schools and $97.9 million for non-government schools.
    Added 17 April 2004, 14:46 PM

Educational Theory

  • Bloom's Taxonomy
    There is more than one type of learning. A committee of colleges, led by Benjamin Bloom, identified three domains of educational activities. The three domains are cognitive, affective, and psychomotor.
    Added 14 April 2004, 10:29 AM
  • William Glasser's Reality Therapy
    Almost all approaches to psychology assume that people have certain basic needs and, indeed, there is broad agreement on what these needs are. In Reality Therapy they are classified under five headings: Power, Love & Belonging, Freedom, Fun & Survival.
    Added 13 April 2004, 10:49 AM

Lesson Plans

  • What to Consider When Writing a Lesson Plan
    This tutorial is meant to assist you in developing a plan that is designed to meet the needs of your students and that is framed according to what is considered to be best practices in teaching and learning.
    Added 10 April 2004, 15:08 PM
  • Lesson Planning Tips :- Acelerate U
    I always start out with my year’s plan. Each week is blocked out (approximately) so that I’m sure I cover all topics. This start keeps me on track, because there is never enough time, and always more depth I’d like to pursue, and always those students who just don’t have it now but if I only could present it to them in one more way . . .
    Added 10 April 2004, 15:07 PM

Web/Tech

  • Education, 21st Century-Style (MSNBC)
    Virtual classrooms are still outnumbered by brick-and-mortar schools, but they are gaining popularity. A glimpse of the future
    Added 14 April 2004, 11:48 AM

Youth Culture

  • Profile of Young Australians
    The Profile of Young Australians looks at the lives of young people in Australia, drawing on data gathered from a wide variety of organisations. Key areas covered by the Profile include demographics; family life; the financial circumstances of young people; young people in need of protection; the health of young people; lifestyle and health risk behaviours; leisure time activities; young people and the law; secondary school education; participation in further education, training and work; and young people and civil society.
    Added 14 April 2004, 13:44 PM