Education Today
Education Today
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Graduates
Graduates
The Importance of Producing High Quality Graduates A focus on graduating students' results has to be maintained, coexisting with nurturing students' happiness.
Dr Paul Teys
Thinking
Thinking
From Little Things, Big Things Grow Academic excellence is a natural by-product of a culture of thinking.
Ms Jacinda Euler, Principal, Brisbane Girls Grammar School
Opinion
Opinion
Swiping Ourselves to Death TikTok has emerged as the most influential social-media platform. By 2021 it had more reach than FaceBook and Instagram combined. Propaganda and the influence of technology companies became a focus in mainstream media. Problems associated with a sophisticated algorithm with enhanced signal liquidity are well publicised. The consequences of rapid-fire media stoke speculation about an Orwellian dystopia.
Klaus Zierer
Teaching
Teaching
The Incentive that Helps the Teacher Shortage in Rural and Remote Schools It is very difficult to attract experienced, urban teachers to work in the bush.
Environment
Environment
Students March into the Future With Smaller (Carbon) Footprints Year sixes get a lesson in carbon outputs from visiting scientist.
Future present
Future present
How AI is an Intelligent Use of Education Time with Tangible Benefits for Teachers and students Streamlining, personalisation and time saving applications for a AI are a start.
Amy Barouch, Group Executive – Educational Assessments, Janison
Students
Students
How to Identify a Forced Marriage Forced Marriage Comprehensive Guide to help fight what has become a common form of modern slavery.
University
University
Relieving Pressure on HSC Students Western Sydney University HSC True Reward Program proves popular.
Engagement
Engagement
Making Student Engagement Visible Teacher-directed low-level compliance must shift to students and teachers sharing the responsibility for engagement.  
Amy Berry Keynote CPLC 2022

Articles

Opinion
Opinion
Science Week: Why all Aussie Children Must Have Access to Science Education Science is a creative subject.
Kelly Hollis, Education Perfect
Complaints
Complaints
Managing Complaints or Complaints Management Done well, dealing with a complaint can be turned into a conversation.
Andrew Oberthur, Author, Principal
Sustainability
Sustainability
A Lesson in Waste Not Want Not Victorian Schools Tackle Food Waste with Ozharvest’s Feast Program.
STEAM
STEAM
Tech Conference for Schoolgirls Returns Event to address the IT gender gap
Relationships
Relationships
Patching Poor Parent/Teacher Relationships Relating to parents can take some of the stress out of educating.
Creativity
Creativity
Australia’s First ‘Co-Working’ Studio School Campus Opens Designed to increase creativity and collaboration, The Studio School by All Saints’ College opens in Fremantle.
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Targeted Stage-based Learning Model that Fosters Growth for Individual Students
Liana Simpson, Head of Teaching and Learning for prep to Year 6 at Suncoast Christian College
Ecoanxiety: A Pervasive Traumatic Experience Affecting Students
Molly Everett and Ashleigh Emery (Environmental resource teachers) and Dr Neil MacNeill (Principal)
Managing Complaints or Complaints Management
Andrew Oberthur, Author, Principal