University of Newcastle researchers will share their knowledge with school teachers tomorrow in a day of professional learning for teachers across the Hunter and Central Coast.
More than 260 teachers will visit the University's Callaghan campus for the inaugural Teachers' Visit Day.
University researchers will present more than 50 information sessions designed to provide inspiration for teachers and give them ideas to take back to the classroom.
Topics include the place of grammar in teaching; protecting teachers' voices, the importance of maths and science education, the use of 'clickers' in classrooms to collate and display student responses, implementing quality physical education programs in schools, and technology in learning.
The event has been jointly organised by the School of Education in the Faculty of Education and Arts, and the University's Centre for Teaching and Learning.
Teachers' Visit Day is being held at the University's Callaghan campus from 8.30am - 4.30pm.