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Cyber bullying
Cyber bullying
Why schools should be teaching kids – and themselves – to be e-Smart According to Australia’s eSafety Commissioner, one in five children have experienced some form of cyberbullying.
Patrick Brennan Deputy Principal – Staff and Student Wellbeing at Waverley College.
Activities online
Activities online
Some constructive online activities There is a plethora of online activities available online but here are some of the better ones launched recently.
Lucy
Lucy
UN to discover what youth want The UN’s Australian Youth Representative will seek a better understanding of what young people want.
Graduates
Graduates' prospects improve
Australian graduates enjoy higher employment, better wages It's good to be a graduate with better employment prospects and higher wages than three years ago.
Rural student opportunities
Rural student opportunities
Scholarships matched with personalities for rural youth Guide publishes tons of scholarship opportunities available to rural students.
Perspective
Perspective
Embrace every opportunity: what remote learning has taught us all For those who embrace change, it has been exciting and provided new opportunities.
Sue Karzis, CEO of State Schools Relief
Bias
Bias
Redressing Survivorship Bias: Giving voice to the voiceless In education, and every other profession, we are complicit in Survivorship Bias each time we positively accepted many of the predetermined judgements made by those who have experienced idiosyncratic pathways to success.
Dr Neil MacNeill, and Ray Boyd (Principals)
Doing well
Doing well
Graduates found to be teaching well The hand wringing around new teachers’ competence seems to be overblown with graduate teachers scoring highly across several measures when compared to experienced teachers.
VR in education
VR in education
Sunshine Coast school’s VR teaching is among the world’s best The Mountain Creek State High School on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland's use of Immersive Virtual Reality has won the school a place in a UN showcase of 100 schools.
Reach out
Reach out
What should educators keep in mind when responding to widespread burnout What sensible steps can we take for ourselves to respond to burnout?
Dr Danielle Einstein
Doubling
Doubling
Online school doubles subscriptions An online schooling platform for Australian and international students from pre-kindergarten to Year 12 has seen a doubling in the number of students subscribing to its website.
Legacy
Legacy
Three story books aim to end the coward punch The Pat Cronin Foundation has launched three inspirational story books written for primary school-aged children to educate them about the dangers of violence.
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