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Woo
Woo
Eddie Woo does the Opera House The Sydney Opera House’s new video series, Maths of the Sydney Opera House, developed in collaboration with Eddie Woo is now running.
Communication
Communication
‘The talk’ made easier 'The talk' or talks about confronting issues made easier with recently minted resource.
Tutoring
Tutoring
Victorian Government’s 4100 Tutors welcomed Bodies supporting underprivileged and special needs students have welcomed the Vic government’s deployment of 4100 tutors to support learning in 2021.
Exams
Exams
Expert advice for Year 12 assessments As Year 12 students enter the final leg of an unusually challenging school year the key to coping lies in being adaptable and realising that there’s more than one way to skin a cat.
Mental health
Mental health
Here’s why monitoring mental health is more important than ever this year While it’s too soon for any large-scale research on how the coronavirus outbreak will impact our young people in the long-term, we are already seeing mental health issues being exacerbated by the pandemic.
Graham Leddie, Principal at Waverley College
Careers
Careers
Young careers get a new look With over 800,000 registered users, myfuture the national career information service, now has a refreshed look.
Go deep
Go deep
Deep Work: Sunk on the treacherous shoals of time control in tough schools How school leaders, including teacher leaders developed while engaging in activities that would promote deep learning, and consequentially influence their leadership effectiveness. 
Ray Boyd, FACEL, Principal and Dr Neil MacNeill, Principal
Walk talk
Walk talk
Talk-and-Walk-a-Thon to build connections and beat isolation Peer Support Australia’s annual Talk-and-Walk-a-Thon has returned during a time when 40 per cent of young people report concern for their mental health.
Top three globally
Top three globally
YouTube Scholarship to NIDA supports diversity YouTube has committed USD $100,000 (approximately AUD $135,000) worth of scholarships for three creative individuals to study at NIDA.
Text tech
Text tech
Literacy rates are in decline. Let’s do something about it If you've been working in education over the last decade, you probably already know what the data is now telling us. Australia's high school students just aren't writing at the same level as they once were.
Greg O'Connor, Asia-Pacific EdTech Manager at Texthelp
Mental health
Mental health
Mental health tools for Victorian secondary school students Free, tailored mental health and wellbeing tools to support students in a tough year.
Sun careful
Sun careful
Why we need to teach students about skin cancer prevention It seems our young people have adopted our love for the sun, which can have serious consequences.
Simon Board, Head of PDHPE, Northern Beaches Christian School
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