Professional Voice Journal

AEU Victoria's Professional Voice journal aims to stimulate debate on contemporary professional and curriculum issues.

Edition 13.3: The new basics

The articles in this journal make a case for reinterpreting the basics of schooling to ensure that education is fit for the sort of evolving society and economy we want to live in.

Editorial: The new basics: equity, wellbeing and technology
John Graham

How do Australian students see their teachers?
Sue Thomson

The politics of ‘back to basics’
Naomi Barnes

The decline and fall of NAPLAN’s objectives
John Graham

Music education in Australian schools: An essential place for all students
Leon de Bruin

Victorian teachers: stressed but still dedicated
Cathy Sheehan

Deep fakes, authenticity and authentication in the age of artificial intelligence
Erica Southgate

Trevor Cobbold on equity, public education and the role of private schools
Interview by John Graham

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Edition 13.2: Learning in the shadow of the pandemic

This winter edition is being published in the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic. The articles we feature either implicitly, or in some cases explicitly acknowledge this situation.

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Edition 13.1: Mental health, reporting and the future of education

The Spring edition (13.1) contains articles about mental health, reporting student progress, learning to learn, teacher professional judgement and an interview with Pasi Sahlberg.

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Edition 12.3: Personalised learning, inclusion and equity

The Summer 2019 edition (12.3) examines ideas around personalising learning and the related issues of inclusion, equity, technology and the role of the teaching profession.

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Edition 12.2: The improvement factor

The Winter 2018 edition (12.2) investigates learning improvement and the contest of ideas around how to achieve this.

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