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Collective
Collective
Link between school staff cohesion and student outcomes It seems that teachers still don’t truly understand the benefits of working together to build the capacity of students.
Rochelle Borton, EduInfluencers
In demand
In demand
SEEK says science workers are in demand Science and technology workers are very much in demand and the work is well paid and interesting, Elyssia Clark, Head of Customer Insights and Strategy at SEEK talks about pathways and job types.
Words matter
Words matter
Tiny acts of stunning grace It’s amazing that I, of all people, ended up teaching about happiness, positive workplace culture, and how to have great relationships with everyone you know. Amazing indeed, when you discover just how bad I used to be at all of those things.  
Toni Powell
Worry
Worry
Don’t transmit worry to students With large scale mental health issues on the rise, how do teachers navigate their own worry to help ease the burden on children?
Dr Danielle Einstein
Program robots
Program robots
Robotify teaches coding with virtual robots Irish company Robotify develops online modules for schools to teach virtual robotics programming without the need to buy hardware, or use high-end devices.
Inclusive
Inclusive
TapeBlocks make for STEM inclusivity TapeBlocks are a creative and engaging tool that let anyone make circuits, including those with limited fine motor skills.
Troy Westley CEO
Troy Westley CEO
Aussie operations success story CareMonkey becomes ‘Operoo’ CareMonkey, the cloud-based solution for online school forms, medical data and trip management, has relaunched as ‘Operoo’.
Virtual
Virtual
Australia’s biggest student invention comp now virtual The Young ICT Explorers (YICTE) program, Australia’s largest invention competition for students, will be fully virtual in 2020.
Tech tipping point
Tech tipping point
Embracing virtual classroom technology for effective learning experience One might say the pandemic has been a tipping point for traditional education institutions to reinvent themselves.
Claudio Cardile, Managing Director of Barco Australia and New Zealand
Treatment
Treatment
Young people with addictions need better programs The young react well to well-designed treatment programs so more need to be made available.
Insights
Insights
Insights from a home schooling mother of four For parents who were home schooling their children before the virus remote hasn’t been much of an interruption and there is much to be learned from parents who have done it well.
Worth it
Worth it
Show country kids the why and how of uni It’s a commitment for country kids to attend university and to get them over the line the perception that it is a worthwhile, life changing choice needs reinforcing.
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