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RABI
RABI
A research based curriculum treating autism using social robots Using social robots to teach people with ASD to identify the subtleties of communication and respond appropriately is effective in treating the disorder.
High functioning
High functioning
Yasodai Selvakumaran on publicity, accolades and self-reflection Last year was a big one for Rooty Hill High’s Yasodai Selvakumaran, as a finalist in the Global Teacher Prize, the following year has been busy.
VR
VR
VR can improve test scores The kids like Virtual Reality and while its potential as a teaching medium is just being realised, it’s been proven to help with retention and mastery of material.
You
You're out
Vulnerable children most affected by exclusion Boys, Indigenous students, and students with a disability are disproportionately affected by exclusion.
Insight
Insight
Aussie data platform unlocks student potential Platform allows educators and schools to drive student growth and improvement through predictive and actionable data-driven insights.
Rural
Rural
Rural and remote PD needs are different Why we need to think differently about providing professional learning for our rural and remote school leaders and educators.
Rochelle Borton, founder and managing director of Eduinfluencers
Food education
Food education
Stephanie Alexander’s Kitchen Garden Program for Secondary Years Food education program now available for secondary schools around Australia.
Ecopedagogy
Ecopedagogy
Ecopedagogy: Teaching sustainability practices in school The education of young children needs to be educative, positive and reassuring, so that these children develop a glass half-full, reassuring outlook on life.
Molly Saker, Teacher and Sustainability Leader and Dr Neil MacNeill, Principal, Ellenbrook Primary School
Creativity critical
Creativity critical
Creativity in schools essential for high performance It looks like a creative aspect to curriculum is key to equipping young people for a future characterised by uncertainty and rapid change.
Safe bet
Safe bet
STEM economy: Students need to get the basics right Even though it may be difficult to truly anticipate professions of the future, investing in STEM skills is a safe bet.
Greg O'Connor, Asia-Pacific EdTech Manager at Texthelp
Trailing
Trailing
A sport obsessed country except for girls Over 90 per cent of girls have insufficient levels of physical activity, with a marked decrease in sport participation by girls during the 12–14 years of age and from 17+ years. 
Support
Support
Program keeping teen mums in school Michelle Forsyth has been working on a program that’s designed to keep young mothers engaged and involved in school so having a child early doesn’t mean a truncated education.
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