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Shared lessons for school teachers

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16 October 2022 by IdeaSpies

All Australian schools should have access to a bank of lesson plans under a radical proposal to reduce teacher workload, boost results and stop educators having to plan classes from scratch.

A report by independent think tank the Grattan Institute has found 15 per cent of almost 2250 primary and high school teachers across the country have access to a common set of high-quality curriculum materials for all classes, and teachers in disadvantaged schools are half as likely to have access to shared lesson plans than those in advantaged schools.

https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/schools-need-shared-lesson-plans-for-teachers-to-stop-learning-lottery-20221013-p5bpga.html



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