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2017 The Educator March issue (available for immediate download)

2017 The Educator March issue (available for immediate download)


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Cover story: Rob Stokes
He recently became the new Education Minister for New South Wales in the Berejiklian ministry. In the first issue of The Educator for 2017, Rob Stokes discusses his plan to make a positive impact on students and schools across the state. 

The Year Ahead
2016 has been a gone. What does 2017 have in store? The Educator asks seven leaders in the sector, as well as a student, to talk about the opportunities and challenges they foresee in times to come

Always looking forward
Kate Hadwen is the principal of Presbyterian Ladies’ College in Perth, one of the state’s top-performing schools. She talks about innovation in education and looking after students’ wellbeing. 

Leading in literacy from the top
The Educator looks at the Principals as Literacy Leaders program, originally developed and presented by three universities, and the impact of its rollout at Sydney’s Monte Sant Angelo Mercy College

Stepping up to the plate
How can deputy principals improve their chances of securing the first principalship? Smart Teachers’ Tyson Wood provides those candidates some food for thought

Maximising engagement, minimising inefficiency
Mastering the art of timetabling takes time and experience. Catherine Elliot-Jones of Edval Timetables talks about the Timetabler-in-Residence service the organisation is now offering schools

The many faces of innovation
How is technology being used to support different teaching pedagogies being implemented in schools across the country? The Educator investigates

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