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Reach out
Reach out
What should educators keep in mind when responding to widespread burnout What sensible steps can we take for ourselves to respond to burnout?
Dr Danielle Einstein
Changes
Changes
Changing the grammar of schooling post-COVID-19 Tyack and Cuban (1995) note that the ‘grammar’ for schools has changed barely a jot since Charles Dickens’ depiction of the M'Choakumchild School in Hard Times.
Univ-Prof D Klaus Zierer, Ordinarius fur Schulpadagogik, Universitat Augsburg and John Young, Principal, Clarkson Community High
Virtual resources
Virtual resources
Virtual resources from The Jewish Holocaust Centre The Jewish Holocaust Centre has built a suite of virtual learning resources and customised virtual workshops which will bring its message to a wider audience.
Common
Common
Teachers lack training for dyslexic students Dyslexia is the most common learning difficulty, yet Australia fails to properly support those with the condition.
Online safety
Online safety
Free online workshop teaches girls to stay safe online Brisbane-based The Tech Girls Movement Foundation is hosting a free online workshop to teach girls and their parents how to best keep safe online. 
Online health
Online health
How schools can leverage online health during COVID-19 Online speech pathology and occupational therapy services are suited to the current situation around the virus, therapy works well online with an appropriate support network
Ed Johnson, Chief Clinical Officer and Co-Founder of Umbo
Advantages
Advantages
More advantages to remote learning found There is building evidence that remote learning is advantageous to low SES students and allows teachers to spend more time with students who need the attention.
No afro
No afro
Are school dress codes racist? James Emmanuel was born and raised in Orange NSW to immigrant African and Sri Lankan parents so he was always going to stand out. That difference was never more stark than when it came to complying with his independent school’s uniform requirements.
Common
Common
How schools can ensure data remains safe in the age of digital learning and ransomware Ransomware is one of the more common types of online attack.
Rick Vanover, Senior Director of Product Strategy and Nathan Steiner, Head of Systems Engineering ANZ, Veeam
Spatial
Spatial
The introduction of spatial technology and spatial thinking and reasoning into primary education Albert Einstein, as well as other well-known physicists and inventors, have been reported to have had high spatial abilities, and that these abilities played an important role in their creativity.
Brett Jones, University of the Sunshine Coast
Game on
Game on
eSports at uni now a thing Gamers at Monash now eligible for same support as others in competitive disciplines.
Be adaptable
Be adaptable
Building skills in adaptability increases teacher job satisfaction A large body of research tells us that if teachers are satisfied in their job, they display a higher level of motivation and are less likely to leave the profession.
Rachael Greensill, University of the Sunshine Coast
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