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Careers
Careers
Improving career development capabilities through Visible Learning Feedback can be the basis of good long term learning habits.
Nicholas Keskinidis, Santa Maria College, Perth, Western Australia
Climate education
Climate education
Minecraft’s Climate Warriors world Climate Warriors is a new Minecraft world designed to educate about the importance of disaster preparedness.
Leadership
Leadership
More women empowered to lead Australian schools Author, leadership researcher and professional learning facilitator Dr Barbara Watterston will lead the ISQ Women in Leadership Masterclass for about 60 emerging and current female independent school leaders.
Self efficacy
Self efficacy
Learning Legacy Program – a positive outcome from a difficult year Strathcona has capitalised on the unprecedented level of responsibility that school students had to embrace during the lockdown.
Hazardous profession
Hazardous profession
Stressed, overworked and threatened: principals unite under new body The Coalition of Australian Principals (CAP) has been created to address the difficult and dangerous nature of the job.
Internet access
Internet access
SpaceX and Starlink $100K grant for better Oz rural school broadband An Australian regional school will get a $100,000 grant to put towards a world-class communications system connecting to Starlink.
Maths
Maths
Australia's girls' maths team ties best ever result in Europe The Australian team of four girls showed the depth of female maths talent in Australia.
Recognition
Recognition
Eight years in the making – pay rise for early childhood teachers The Fair Work Commission handed down a decision supporting pay rises of up to 10 per cent for early childhood teachers.
Precursor
Precursor
The Broken Windows Theory and School Leadership The Broken Windows Theory posits that the deliberate breaking of windows in a community results in societal changes (disorder, fear, withdrawal), which then allows more serious crimes to creep in.
Ray Boyd and Dr Neil MacNeill, principals
Maths
Maths
Scrap the textbooks: why making maths fun is a nationwide priority My kids were born mathematicians. But around the time they started school, their natural affinity for mathematics began to die.
Christopher Hogbin, Global Digital Education Lead 3PLearning.com
Prevention
Prevention
How can we challenge a conversation if we lack courage? Rachel Downie developed Stymie – harm reporting without fear, the program intends to address our cultural reluctance to speak out when something is wrong.
Race
Race
Conversations on racism need to start in school, but don’t Children can discuss issues of racism in the classroom and with friends, but parents and teachers are actively avoiding these conversations.
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