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Top Reads: the big idea in Thinking Routines

This fortnight's top reads from the team at ISV.

Independent Schools Victoria (ISV) /
30 April 2024

Every fortnight, ISV's Innovation & Learning Leaders share their top reads for teachers and educators.

1. Thinking Routines: What's the big idea?

Streamlined thinking strategies called Thinking Routines have got a lot of attention in classrooms, museums, professional and everyday settings. Shari Tishman and David Perkins from Project Zero’s  Thinkability podcast explains how they work and how they help learning stick in the classroom.

2. Don't be afraid to teach Indigenous knowledge 

Some educators say they feel underprepared to confidently showcase Indigenous knowledge in their classrooms. The University of Melbourne’s Professor Melitta Hogarth outlines the importance of deeper engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures.

3. Evaluating the evidence for educational technology

AITSL has released its latest Spotlight research report, the second edition in a 2-part series about edtech in Australia and the impact it has on our teachers, classrooms and students.

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