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Change is constant
Change is constant
Shifting Sands – what can we learn from the educational response to COVID-19 One of the salient aspects of life is its ability to evolve – to adapt to changes in the environment, either genetically over many generations, or behaviorally in the existing one.  COVID-19 has elicited such a change in human behavior, sparking survival instincts within individuals, families and communities, in turn impacting societal customs, such as school education, in ways not experienced in Australia since the last quarantining for polio in the early 1950s
Steve Laing, Maths, Science and Career Skills, Clarkson Community High School
Connectivism
Connectivism
The Clarkson Recovery Mission post–COVID-19 – Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) in a Professional Learning Community At Clarkson, we began to conceptualise how to lead our school out of this crisis situation.
John Young, Principal
Too much time on NAPLAN
Too much time on NAPLAN
Excessive time dedicated to teaching to NAPLAN Data have indicated just how much time has been spent teaching to the NAPLAN maths assessment since the test was dropped for this year.
Next wave of anxiety
Next wave of anxiety
Step-by-step guide for teachers in managing a child’s anxiety and worry during COVID-19 In phase two of COVID, we grapple with worries around loss of income, school closures and health concerns.
Dr Danielle Einstein is a leading expert in Managing Uncertainty
Motivating the stressed
Motivating the stressed
The impact of trauma on youth motivation During this tough time we need to tap into motivations that will energise young and guide their mentors, teachers or support crew in the process.
Kathryn Taylor, Turning Point Consulting
Cyberbullying expert
Cyberbullying expert
Cyber bullying is evolving The social media field of play is always changing, there needs to be awareness around new ways of using it to bully.
Overcoming bias
Overcoming bias
The Matthew Effect: School boundaries, school funding and resources, and school staff Belief drives behaviour.
Ray Boyd, Principal, West Beechboro Primary School (Independent Public School), Dr Neil MacNeill, Principal, Ellenbrook Primary School (Independent Public School)
Off to Harvard
Off to Harvard
Principals Scholarship winners off to Harvard The three winners of the 2020 Principals Scholarships will travel to the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Koala hospital tour
Koala hospital tour
Port Macquarie Koala Hospital launches virtual excursion Koala Help’, a virtual interactive excursion will include a behind the scenes tour and interviews with volunteers
Get positive
Get positive
HSC success is all in the mind A positive mindset is powerful, achieving one requires structure.
Mental health
Mental health
Returning students' mental health needs monitoring A comprehensive online resource to help children to stay mentally healthy is now live.
Inclusion
Inclusion
New online platform to support the autistic in classrooms https://www.inclusioned.edu.au/inclusionED is a new online professional learning community helping the inclusion of students on the autism spectrum.
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