Education Today
Education Today
For Education Leaders
2022
2022
22 Predictions for Australian Education in 2022 It should be more positive.
David Ramsay, Deputy Principal of Australian Christian College Southlands
Laugh
Laugh
Teaching with joy and humour: Learning human-ness in the classroom Expert teachers have an innate ability to teach with a wonderful mix of joy, humour, and purposeful teaching goals. As a result, students learn essential intellectual and social skills while having the mandatory dose of curriculum learning.
Samia Mohsin and Dr Neil MacNeill (Educators)
Mental state
Mental state
Clinical psychologist’s coping strategies for uncertain times Worries persist going into the new year.
Dr Liz
Dr Liz
From dropout to demographer The ATAR is not the only pathway to uni.
Change
Change
The future of school is no school Anyway, it’s guaranteed that learning will evolve.
New year
New year
Lessons from online learning that can help shape learners of tomorrow Going into the new school year with new skills learned during the last two.
Rochelle Borton, Founder and Managing Director of Eduinfluencers
Shortage
Shortage
IEU: Premier's plan for teachers is unworkable, insulting, unsafe Teacher shortage births another ill-conceived plan in NSW
Words
Words
Using Language to Encourage Others Words play a huge part in promoting an invitational environment in schools.
Jenny Edwards, PhD

Articles

Accolade
Accolade
How two educators help children to break the cycle of disadvantage Good education makes for stronger communities.
Mental health
Mental health
Teacher Stress, PTSD and Psychological Residue "Residue" is the result of extreme experiences, if unprocessed, it will begin to build up, to harden until you can no longer move or breathe.
Dr Neil MacNeill & Ray Boyd (Educators)
PD
PD
STEM PD helps regions Teachers are loving the program and resources.
Opinion
Opinion
Is the 'Great Resignation' a genuine threat for Australia’s education sector? Is a mass walk out imminent?
Andrew Douglas FCW Lawyers
Programming
Programming
Computer science students obsolete by graduation Old style uni degrees can’t hope to keep up with the pace of IT.
Pathways
Pathways
Third cohort of Eagles RAPS youth graduates in Western Sydney Program offers pathway for marginalised youth.
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