Buildings and Grounds
The AI-driven classroom is here, are we ready?
AI is not infallible and an eye needs to be kept on how it is being used in schools.
XUNO school management system acquires GradeXpert
XUNO school management system has announced the acquisition of ‘best in breed’ analytics company GradeXpert.
Budding ad people learn the art of the pitch
Queensland high school students looking for a career in advertising will pitch for a major, real-world client before a panel of industry judges at a QUT event in July.
Techy Primary produces 10-year-olds with industry level skills
Wooranna Park Primary School is a stand out example of what happens when you put the children at the centre of a school.
A future in food: Hands-on opportunity for VIC primary students to learn where fresh food comes from
Victorian Primaries can participate in a hands-on program to see where much of their fresh food comes from.
Teaching awards nominations now open
Winners are up for professional development grants of $5000 to $10,000.
It’s time we stopped overlooking children as bystanders in our society, and treated them as equals
Children are often not acknowledged as victims but rather as bystanders, meaning their needs are rarely properly addressed.
Selim Ucar, Youth Street Services Manager, Humanity Matters
Wellbeing a focus of Microsoft education software
New tools in Microsoft's education products look to enhance student well-being.
Push button wellbeing
An app is encouraging students to speak out about what is troubling them.
What bullying in Primary looks like
Bullying and fighting are patterns that start early and should be corrected at the earliest juncture, but are staff equipped to identify it?
Stopping self-injury contagion
Self-injury can be contagious, youth adopt the practice after observing it in other people.
Four things teachers NEED to stop doing right now!
What’s actually important in a teacher's role and what is simply ‘busy work’.
Nathan Sherry, Founder, TeacherLife
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