Parents bemoan their children’s constant screen absorption but it cuts both ways as parents look to be guilty of the same thing.
Teachers, principals and support staff have been honoured for the outstanding work they do at the annual Teaching in the Territory Excellence Awards, held at Parliament House on 26 October. Read More
Australia allocates more and better teacher resources to socio-economically advantaged schools than to disadvantaged schools.
Australian high school students have less than two weeks left to submit their creative entry for the Australian Taxation Office’s Tax, Super + You competition to be in the running for cash and a work placement with the ATO. Read More
Teachers from regional, rural and remote Australian schools are invited to apply for a fully-funded year-long mentorship with Australia’s national theatre company, Bell Shakespeare. Read More
Australia could add more than $56 billion to its annual Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by improving educational outcomes for students in regional, rural and remote areas of the country. Read More
Infant-toddler educators can improve their skills through reflecting with peers on pedagogical practices, deeper reflections achieved in collaborative groups were only ever achieved by being with others. Read More
A group of 180 students at Woodridge State High School who had been taking part in NRL legend Jonathan Thurston’s JT Succeed Program, an initiative of his JT Academy, were treated to a surprise visit from the man himself. Read More
A new study has examined uni students’ attitudes towards plagiarism. Its preliminary findings reveal that international male students from non-English speaking backgrounds are substantially more likely to engage in academic dishonesty than their female, domestic, and native English-speaking counterparts. Read More
Facebook, Instagram and PROJECT ROCKIT have teamed up to announce a landmark $1 million anti-(cyber)bullying partnership for Australian high school students.
Reducing the incidence of anxiety disorders in primary school aged children makes sense both from the obvious immediate reduction of significant suffering but also as another tool in the struggle to reduce the nation’s youth suicide rate. Read More
The Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) is launching ATYP On Demand, a theatre streaming platform to give remote and low SES students free access to theatre made by young people, for young people. Read More