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Curriculum & Leadership Journal
An electronic journal for leaders in education
ISSN: 1448-0743
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Post-tsunami education in the Maldives

Christine Crosby, Carmen Beaton

Volunteer teachers have helped to rebuild school education in the Maldives after the crisis of the 2004 tsunami, through a project managed by Australian Volunteers International. Reinstating primary and secondary education programs was a priority, in an effort to restore normality and routine to the lives of children, their families and their communities. As well as teaching in classrooms the highly skilled volunteers provided trauma counselling to children and introduced their local colleagues to student centred activities, reflective games and revision techniques.

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Changing tack

Sarah Prestridge

An ICT professional development program in Queensland offers ways to integrate technology into pedagogy – Education Review.

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Children of the e-volution

Rebecca Perry

A range of ICT educational innovations have been introduced in Queensland – Education Views

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Mistakes boards make and what to do about them

The boards of Independent schools need to recognise and avoid negative models of governance – Board Shorts.

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The inclusive classroom

A recent report investigates ways that teachers can most effectively include students with disabilities in mainstream classrooms – ISQ Briefings

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