• Nuclear science pop quiz
    Nuclear science pop quiz
    Test your knowledge of the science and history of all things nuclear in our pop quiz.
  • Commemorate Anzac Day
    Commemorate Anzac Day
    Reveal the significance of Anzac Day with our collection of documentaries and films about the Gallipoli campaign, including Peter Weir's AFI-winning Gallipoli.
  • Logie-winner Little Lunch
    Logie-winner Little Lunch
    Revisit the mixed emotions of moving on to high school with Little Lunch's The Nightmare Before Graduation, which took home the Silver Logie for Outstanding Children's Program on Sunday.
  • 'Postcode' shouldn’t shape education outcomes, awards fellow says
    'Postcode' shouldn’t shape education outcomes, awards fellow says
    A school's location alters the impact a teacher can have but that can be a good thing, Craig Skinner says.
  • Enter the 2017 Australian Training Awards
    Enter the 2017 Australian Training Awards
    If you're a brilliant VET teacher, you know an outstanding VET teacher, or you're particularly proud of a VET student, check out these national awards.
  • Reading to dogs improves child literacy: academic
    Reading to dogs improves child literacy: academic
    Therapy, assistance and family dogs have established roles in the lives of their humans, but would you consider introducing a pack of audience dogs to your class?
  • When I grow up
    When I grow up
    Remember when you were young and anything was possible? We asked children what they wanted to do with their lives and some of their dreams might surprise you.
  • Teachers of Australia: It’s story time
    Teachers of Australia: It’s story time
    We know every teacher has a story to tell and it's time to reveal yours. What's your funniest teaching moment, your greatest inspiration or your greatest challenge? Send an email and a pic of your choice to sean.maher@enhancetv.com.au and share your experience.
  • The Pronouncer: Resilience, homework and teaching
    The Pronouncer: Resilience, homework and teaching
    Chris Edmund might be better known as the Great Australian Spelling Bee‘s “Pronouncer”, but the 2016 Logie nominee also taught acting at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts for 30 years. We asked him what he thought parents should know about teaching.
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