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Curriculum & Leadership Journal
An electronic journal for leaders in education
ISSN: 1448-0743
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Scootle: a one stop shop for online curriculum content

Michelle Hamill

The Le@rning Federation has developed Scootle, a website to allow jurisdictions to give their teachers a quick, approachable way to find and use digital curriculum content in their classrooms, and their school leaders a means to oversee this usage and draw on it for future school-level planning. Scootle helps educators to provide individualised learning to cater to students’ diverse needs, facilitate collaborative student learning and create additional means for teacher collaboration within a school.

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Induction of newly qualified teachers in New Zealand

Eileen Piggot-Irvine, Helen Aitken, Jenny Ritchie, et al.

Successful induction programs for beginning teachers have been examined through a series of case studies in New Zealand, and several common features emerged – Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education.

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Embedding literacy through Indigenous assistant teachers

James Cooper

With suitable professional learning, Indigenous assistant teachers in the Northern Territory can play a key role in the academic development of Aboriginal students – The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education.

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A rapidly changing context

Tamerlaine Beasley

Growing integration with Asia creates the need for higher levels of cultural literacy in Australia – EQ Australia.

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Carpe diem! Maybe this time

Joseph Lo Bianco

The study of Asian languages should be taken for granted as a long-term component of education in Australia, independent of short-term economic or security concerns – EQ Australia.

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