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Gifted students falling through the cracks

They’re the forgotten few, the 10% of kids that fall under the gifted heading, and they’re also falling through the cracks as policies for their identification are inconsistent, unreliable and lack accountability.
   Teachers and schools should be looking for indicators of gifted and talented children as soon as they enter the school system at kindergarten or pre-primary. Read More

 

2 Jun 2018 | Melbourne
Video competition to combat online nastiness News Image

A new competition seeks to address the worst parts of the online world and through video projects impress on the bullied that they are not alone. Right now suicide takes about eight young lives per week – more than those killed in car crashes. Read More

1 Jun 2018 | Queensland
Moral development begins with mum News Image

A team from the Uni Qld School of Psychology examined moral reasoning in children aged 10 and under and it's good news if you’re mum or a chicken but not so much if you’re a baddie. Teachers and police are a bit meh. Read More

1 Jun 2018 | International
Chinese student nationalism questioned News Image

Australia has a conflicted relationship with China, we rely on their largesse while harbouring more than a little suspicion regarding their intentions. In 2017 600,000 plus Chinese left for university overseas. Read More

30 May 2018 | National
Promethean awards $50,000 worth of technology to ANZ schools News Image

Promethean has awarded over $50,000 worth of their ActivPanels to 11 ANZ schools who submitted creative entries as to why they deserved to receive the prize. Read More

30 May 2018 | National
Camp Australia’s cold weather activities News Image

This year Camp Australia will launch of its winter E-magination holiday program with a range of activities for kids and parents to choose from. The theme for this season is technology. Read More

30 May 2018 | Melbourne
$15.6 million high school for Preston News Image

Students in Preston, Melbourne will soon have first-rate classrooms and facilities with the $15.6 million Preston High School replacing the former Preston Girls’ Secondary College on Cooma Street. Read More

29 May 2018 | National
Independent schools concerned about SES review News Image

With a review of the SES methodology underway the Independent Schools Council of Australia is keen to have its say as any changes will have significant flow on effects. Read More

25 May 2018 | National
BBQ raises most fete funds News Image

The school fete has become a major source of fundraising for many schools and it looks like the barbeque is the leading profit centre. Getting it right can be very sweet, the record for a fete profit is $93,000. Read More

25 May 2018 | USA
Beyond the bedtime story News Image

A good way to get kids reading and writing and loving books is the tried and true bed time story, but there is more that can be done. Underlying behaviour is very important and self regulation is the most essential skill for kids to have. Read More

25 May 2018 | Global
Get language right to boost success News Image

Preparing children for school with basic maths, language and social skills holds them in good stead when they enter the Year 1 fray and language skill looks like the important skill of all. Read More

25 May 2018 | South Australia
Old and young to learn from each other News Image

A Montessori Middle School Program will soon be co-located at Kalyra Woodcroft Aged Care, supported by research that indicates interaction between old and young has significant wellbeing effects for both groups. Read More

25 May 2018 | Melbourne
Victoria’s world beating education architecture News Image

The shortlist for the 2018 Victorian Architecture Awards reveals the world beating quality of the state’s educational architecture, the competition has never been hotter with a record 268 entries. Read More