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Mutism
Mutism
Finding Emma’s Voice – Teaching a child with selective mutism Teaching is an awesome profession in so many ways. Sometimes a student comes into your life and you are given a wonderful opportunity to really connect, develop rapport and make a difference.     This is a story about a young student who demonstrated resilience and courage while dealing with anxiety.
Monica Lindau, Curriculum Content Writer - MAPPEN
Giving back
Giving back
Prominent alums give back to public schools The Acacia Program is an initiative to enable alumni of Australian public schools to give back through scholarships, mentoring and advocacy.
Fractions
Fractions
Using multiple fraction representations to build a foundation of success in mathematics What is the ‘full’ range of materials we need to teach common fractions?
Mirella Zulli, Digital Technologies Specialist, Helensvale State School and James Burnett, Senior Author, ORIGO Education
Brains
Brains
Art comp teaches primary school kids about the brain Primary school students around Australia are being encouraged to learn about the brain through a national art competition.
Tech automation
Tech automation
The hidden educational benefits from an agile IT environment Atwell College strives to create an environment where staff can focus on educating students instead of micro-managing day-to-day tasks and handling technology issues
Michael Power, IT Manager, Atwell College
No barriers
No barriers
NIDA Open launches Equity Program to foster disadvantaged new creatives The National Institute of Dramatic Art's Open program is offering over $50,000 worth of complimentary tuition in 2021.
Body hack
Body hack
Video gaming design hacks PE class Innovative Australian teachers are bringing PE and video games together to make for thinking, persistent students.
WW2
WW2
Leading international conference on World War II free and virtual The world’s leading convention of WWII Experts, students and enthusiasts will be online and free to the public for the first time.
TECH in west
TECH in west
$5 million NSW Government grant to build new school technology facility in Western Sydney A new three-storey technology facility will bring great tech education opportunities to Greater Western Sydney.
Teach safe
Teach safe
TeachSafe offers OHS administration service for schools More than 1200 primary school students are being treated at hospitals each year, Teachsafe helps with OHS compliance.
Literacy
Literacy
Experts partner to unlock the power of language for learning Oxford University Press’ Oxford Children’s Language Australia (OCLA) partners with leading Australian literacy and language research experts to unlock the power of language for learning.
Lights on
Lights on
STEM not just for boffins says electrical engineer From blinking lights to state-powering hydro stations: electrical engineer and former lousy student demystifies coding for automation and controls.
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