Buildings and Grounds
$1 million to power STEM and indigenous programs
$1 million in grants from tech giant Salesforce will assist expanded STEM learning opportunities for approximately 3,600 students at 18 schools.
New grad course to increase numbers of maths and science teachers
Deakin University will deliver a new graduate course designed to increase the number of qualified maths and science teachers available to teach in state secondary schools.
Culturally diverse children miss out on early childhood education, so more vulnerable
Attendance at early childhood education makes a difference for the development of all children but children from diverse backgrounds are less likely to go.
Tech can level the playing field - CEO of Kahoot!
Eilert Giertsen Hanoa, CEO of Kahoot! says tech and personalised learning can close gaps in education.
Surpassing on-campus safety grades: How your existing tech can do something new
Technology investments in learning can also offer benefits in the areas of security and safety.
Pat Devlin, Director, South Pacific (ANZ), Aruba
Theory in practice
Focus areas to develop effective schools
The seven areas schools can identify and work on to create happier, collaborative and effective environments that foster student and staff satisfaction.
John Young, Principal
12 great teachers’ efforts acknowledged
Twelve outstanding teachers from across the country have been recognised for their leadership and commitment to their students and communities at the 2021 Commonwealth Bank Teaching Awards.
Simple ways to help students write unique stories
If your students have been struggling to develop ideas and write with creativity, there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Saangpi Suan, Seven Steps to Writing Success
Brisbane primary school makes entrepreneurship part of the program
Can entrepreneurship be taught? St Agatha’s Catholic Primary School thinks so.
Digital divide for First Nations students widens during pandemic
COVID-19 widened the digital divide over the last year, many First Nations students could not access online learning materials.
Principals' stress and workloads off the charts in 'year like no other'
A biblical year of bushfires, shock floods, and the COVID-19 global pandemic has had an immense impact on the stress and workload of school leaders.
Curriculum Review? Teacher Education Review? Let’s balance the equation correctly!
Any review of maths teaching must find the right balance between decluttering and better informing teachers on what is required.
James Burnett and Dr Calvin Irons
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