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Until 2018, Scan was a quarterly journal. The past issues prior to 2018 reflect a selection of articles from 2011 to 2017. If you are looking for an article that is not available here, please try Informit or EBSCO, or contact us. (ISSN 2202-4557.)
Alinda Sheerman and Lee FitzGerald reflect on the benefits, challenges and future of Guided Inquiry for teachers and students.
Dr Christine Mae's research indicates how effective teaching strategies can maximise student achievement and aspiration. and engagement.
Dr. Rowan Savage outlines the Aboriginal Language and Culture Nest initiative.
Dr Cathy Sly offers practical suggestions for exploring wordless graphic novels and picture books with students.
The article examines the rationale, structure, subject emphasis & the inclusion in teaching and learning of Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia
Alicia Rankine and Dr. Jon Callow share their research project on critical literacy and picture books.
Basil Capizzi summarises the recently enacted amendments to marriage for teachers of Legal Studies, following the 2017 postal plebiscite.
Some suggestions for teaching and learning ideas using some resources such as Tinga Tinga Tales
Dr Jennie Bales and Louise Saint-John collaborate in this article that features an engaging strategy for creative responses to texts.