Improving the quality of curriculum can be 40 times more cost-effective at improving achievement than reducing class size (Lubienski, 2015). Educational success frequently arises from the harmonious blend of devoted educators and potent learning tools. One pivotal aspect of a student's educational journey is the calibre of the instructional materials
By Danny Pikler, CEO, Stile Education Teaching Australian school students about the histories and cultures of Australian First Nations Peoples is essential, and it is seen as such by the Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures is one of just three
As the new school year calls, teachers will begin laying the foundation for a year of discovery and growth. One key to success centers on nurturing collaborative skills. Research has shown that instilling these practices from the outset not only enhances academic success but also cultivates vital life skills in
Sharpen your pencils and your mind! Mindfulness is something we’ve heard a lot about during the last few years. It’s all about focusing attention on your current activity (Brown & Ryan, 2003) and is shown to be positively related to psychological health and emotional well-being (Keng, Smoski, & Robins, 2011)
Have you ever had a student ask you why they are learning a particular topic? Sometimes, connecting the curriculum to students' interests can be challenging. Starting a new topic with a collaborative class brainstorm is an excellent tool to engage students, empower them to find answers, and promote student-driven learning.
At Stile, we know how important it is that students leave school with the confidence to tackle tomorrow's problems. Climate change, artificial intelligence and vaccination are just some of the key scientific challenges facing this generation. They'll need the skills and knowledge to participate in public discourse about these issues