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  1. Teacher Staffroom Episode 25: What is evidence-based practice?

    The term ‘evidence-based practice’ is widely used in education. Schools are presented with strategies, programs and approaches that claim to be ‘research-based’ or ‘evidence-based’. But what is evidence-based practice? And, how do schools determine which of these programs and methods have solid foundations in research? These questions have been explored in several articles and podcasts on Teacher this month. Throughout this episode, I’ll be taking a deeper dive to explore some of the key messages to come from these pieces. I’ll also highlight some of the contributions we’ve published, as well as some of my favourites pieces to be featured on Teacher this month. I’d be keen to hear if these were some of yours as well, as well as any general feedback you may have, so please leave a comment on the transcript of this podcast on the Teacher magazine website, or rate and review us in your favourite podcast app. Host: Rebecca Vukovic

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/teacher-acer/teacher-staffroom-episode-25-what-is-evidence-based-practice
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  2. Meet Australia’s Chief Metrologist, Dr Bruce Warrington - Afternoons - ABC Radio

    He's known as the Australian doctor of time, but Dr Bruce Warrington's official job title is Australia's Chief Metrologist, responsible for everything from the litre of petrol you pump into your car to the weight of the ham you buy for Christmas lunch.


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  3. “Here be dragons”: The numbers and sequences we know, and those we don’t - Self Improvement Wednesday - ABC Radio

    See if you can wrap your head around this fascinating maths lesson from your teacher Professor Nalini Joshi from the School of Mathematics at the University of Sydney as she dives into the world of unseen numbers, sequences and functions; and how they can be applied in the real world.


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  4. The art of more - did maths create civilisation? - Science Friction - ABC Radio National

    One, two, three … and then … more. When humans learnt how to count to more, then came mayhem and marvels. Bestselling science writer Dr Michael Brooks on The Art of More.


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