Articles

Performance
Performance
NIDA open to all June Everyone is invited to NIDA for open day, student performances and career advice next month.
Career
Career
Research and communication to support principals under pressure The Coalition of Australian Principals (CAP) will be a unified voice for principals and seek to make the experience of the job more bearable, providing support through community and research.
Children
Children
More first borns and only kids could mean more anxiety Birth order can be very revealing, whether you are a first born and second or last has real implications for how you will react to school and its stresses.
Maths
Maths
Where have the algorithms gone? The Australian Curriculum Review: Mathematics There is a lot to like about the revision proposed by ACARA.
James Burnett and Dr Calvin Irons (Founders, ORIGO Education)
Fear
Fear
Fear: Giving voice to the silent victims of violence in schools This article is focussed on the unfortunate childhood witnesses of violence who are not physically injured, but nonetheless experience fear for their own safety.
Dr Neil MacNeill and Ray Boyd, principals
Action
Action
School students strike against gas funding on Friday Thousands of school students and their supporters held the first mass school strike for climate action since COVID-19 on Friday.
Conference
Conference
National Education Summit returns to Brisbane The National Education Summit will hold its second Brisbane event in 2021 over two days Friday 4 – Saturday 5 June.
Read
Read
Mystery and thriller novels hot in lockdown Australian authors continue to rise in popularity.
NAPLAN
NAPLAN
What a new national assessment system looks like The Gonski Institute offers an alternative vision of NAPLAN.
IT
IT
How school IT help desks can start unclogging the backlog Clearing the IT backlog and transforming the help desk.
Patrick Hubbard, Head Geek at SolarWinds
Teaching
Teaching
Is preventing teacher burnout the answer to addressing better outcomes for students? The ‘COVID hangover’ remains for the teaching profession.
Rochelle Borton
Teaching
Teaching
Temp teachers pressured to do more, can be exploited The pressure placed on temp teachers in NSW to compete to stay employed and do more to prove their worth is close to exploitative.
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