Steven Kolber was an English and English Language teacher within a Government school for the past 12 years, he is currently about to begin working at the University of Melbourne’s Ngarrngga project, pursuing his interest in Australian Indigenous pedagogies and knowledge on a full-time basis. He was recently named a top 50 finalist in the Varkey Foundation’s Global Teacher Prize.
He is passionate about teacher collaboration which he supports through organising Teach Meets and running #edureading (an online academic reading group). Steven has represented teachers globally for Education International, at the International Labour Organisation (ILO), the OECDs Global Teaching Insights, and UNESCOs Teacher Task Force 2030.
Written by Steven Kolber
It is time for teachers to be empowered to shape their work and their world, here are some approaches to achieve it!Ways to empower teachers of the world
Teachers are all scrambling onto remote learning (or distance learning, or continuous learning, or crisis learning, or the nomenclature of your area) to support and stay connected with their students during this isolating time. The unexpected nature of the events around COVID-19 and the different levels and speeds of responsiveness...“Online teaching and videoconferencing: how can teachers choose the most appropriate tools?”, by Steven Kolber.