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Screen the screen
Screen the screen
Screen time should be shared time Children are heavy users of screens and they need some guidance as to what is acceptable and where screen use starts to be negative.
All together
All together
No Failure Learning: growing the skills and knowledge in every student Most of the teachers and other staff in schools are motivated by the moral intent of doing goodfor the students in our care,  and  this  has pushed our exploration of no failure learning in our schools.
Ray Boyd, Dr Neil MacNeill and Greg Sullivan, principals
Maths
Maths
Australian students among the best in maths and informatics Olympiads Two teams of Australian high school students took gold, silver and bronze in the 61st International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) and the 32nd International Olympiad in Informatics.
Secure identites
Secure identites
Educators must learn a lesson in identity governance COVID-19 has created high demand for online learning capabilities and digital-first solutions in the classroom and a robust identity governance strategy is crucial to balancing security and functionality in the classroom and beyond.
Terry Burgess, VP Asia Pacific SailPoint
Everywhere
Everywhere
How educators can better navigate the complex topic of pornography and relationships A staggering 70 per cent of children aged 7–18 years old have accidentally encountered pornographic material online, often through a web search while doing their homework.
Edwina Baden-Powell, Head of Production – ClickView Australia
Keys
Keys
PISA's keys to school performance It looks like the effectiveness of schools lies in listening to what the students have to say about them and moderation is more when it comes to time spent in class.
Performance management
Performance management
APM for schools: overkill or overdue? Selected APM can make the school IT admin’s life easier, while increasing overall IT budget buy-in from the rest of the body.
Patrick Hubbard, Head Geek, SolarWinds
Autism
Autism
Autistic students respond badly to remote learning Autistic students look to be among the worst effected by isolation from their regular learning schedules.
Survey
Survey
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young three times more likely to be homeless Indigenous youth report high rates of homelessness, bullying and exposure to social problems. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people are nearly three times more likely than their non-Indigenous youth to have experienced living with no fixed address, lived in a refuge or in transitional accommodation at some stage.
Fail forward
Fail forward
Inspiring kids to fail: The entrepreneurial mindset for the future Becoming, and being, an entrepreneur is hard work, and a lot of it has to do with embracing failure as the catalyst for success.
Michael Holmstrom, CEO of STEM Punks
Space
Space
Five simple strategies for improving your students’ reading habits The real way forward is to find tangible strategies to establish and sustain an engaging reading environment for students.
Robert Tall, Literacy Coordinator at Waverley College
Home Camps
Home Camps
COVID-safe school holiday camps from home Kids activities provider Skills and Thrills has launch of its new Home Camps offering created during COVID-19 to help parents occupy their kids during school holidays while they work from home. 
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