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Wellbeing
Wellbeing
Managing wellbeing with data A new platform for primary through to tertiary institutions enables remote monitoring of mental health and behavior, creating a holistic picture of an community's well-being.
Boy
Boy's mental health
Sports-based resilience training improves mental health in teen boys Ahead of the Game provides athletes with strategies to deal with mental health challenges
Makerspace
Makerspace
Makerspaces and Student Wellbeing When students engage in the many activities and opportunities provided in a Makerspace, they relax and have fun. It is non-threatening, no testing or grading!
Jackie Child, Junior School Technologies Coordinator, St Aidan's AGS
Harmony
Harmony
Theory at heart of Gold Coast early learning facility Gold Coast early learning centre’s built environment was designed to promote physical activity and a connection among children.
Internet safety
Internet safety
Five tips to stay safe online It's Safer Internet Day and staying safe online means following a few guidelines says expert.
Chris Althaus, CEO Australian Media Telecommunications Association
Internet
Internet
TikTok launches e-safe video series TikTok is popular with teens and it is doing its part to make the net a safer place for them in line with Safer Internet Day.
Creativity
Creativity
37 creative workers get busy in 32 Vic government schools 37 creative workers have begun their placement in 32 government schools across Victoria from this week as part of the Creative Workers in Schools program.
Critical thinking
Critical thinking
The argument for an educational shift The University of Queensland’s Critical Thinking Program is giving students the ability to do more with information. In every setting where the program has been tested it has made for better learners and better results. High performing school systems like Singapore’s and China’s have started to take notice, the program's ideas have been delivered in India and it is starting to be implemented in schools nationally. Critical Thinking professional development workshops have been held for teachers in South Africa, Belgium, New Zealand and Canada who are interested in incorporating it into their practice.
Credibility
Credibility
Credibility is the key to inspirational school leadership Credibility is the necessary condition in the development of inspirational leaders' successes.
Ray Boyd, Anika Blackmore & Dr Neil MacNeill (Principals)
Teacher librarians
Teacher librarians
Making time to support literacy in a crowded role: teacher librarians leading reading engagement in schools The complexity of the current teacher librarian role is amazing.  
Dr Margaret K Merga, Lecturer in Literacy, Edith Cowan University
Cyber safety
Cyber safety
Helping Aussie kids' online safety Threats to children online are always evolving and global cyber security company Palo Alto Networks its doing its bit to help tackle the problem.
STEAM
STEAM
STE(A)M is about integration STE(A)M is about breaking down the barriers between individual subjects and enabling students to solve complex problems using knowledge from a range of curriculum areas.
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