NAPLAN nerves good?
NAPLAN nerves good?
Does NAPLAN build resilience? Resilience is the ability to push through negative emotions and keep going when a situation is stressful or unsettling. Dr Selina Samuels, argues that NAPLAN offers young people the perfect dose of this very thing. 
Data literacy
Data literacy
Introducing data literacy In a Q&A with Jordan Morrow, Global Head of Data Literacy, Qlik, we look at how data literacy can be incorporated into classrooms and how some are doing it now.
Tech will transform education
Tech will transform education
Five ways technology will transform education Technology has always been seen as a silver bullet when it comes to disrupting or completely transforming traditional industries. Human potential ­­– the way we share, connect, buy, sell, travel –  is so closely associated with big leaps in technology, that many are waiting to see what learning will look like by 2030. 
Young teachers equipped to go anywhere
Young teachers equipped to go anywhere
Training lets young teachers thrive in challenging environments Inspiring Torres Strait Islanders with English as a second language is part of the toolkit for a new breed of teachers trained to work in Australia’s most challenging and remote classrooms.
Aim high
Aim high
Educator Impact Pulse measures ongoing school and student wellbeing In 1961, John F Kennedy announced a goal for humans to walk on the moon. At about the same time, an industrialist called Henry Kremer announced a series of prizes worth $2.5m in today’s dollars, for a seemingly more modest goal: to fly under human power, over the English Channel.
Read read read
Read read read
Genrefication – Does it improve user engagement with Library collections? As a teacher librarian, I know and see the benefits of reading every day. It’s our number one priority (alongside digital and information literacy).
Madison Dearnaley, Library Aide, Good Shepherd Lutheran College
Government school funding down down
Government school funding down down
New report – More government funds for private schools Research by SOS questions the methodology for identifying how much funding is going to private schools and reveals that the amount of money for public schools is dropping.
With Trevor Cobbold
Building knowledge of Aboriginal Culture
Building knowledge of Aboriginal Culture
Celebrating Aboriginal Culture and building curriculum skills with Aussie Bush Tales In line with the Australian Curriculum Cross-curricula focus: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures, Aussie Bush Tales enable students to deepen their knowledge of Australia by engaging with the world’s oldest continuous living cultures.
One timetable across two campuses increases Year 11 preferences received by 220 per cent 6.5km as the crow flies and a 10-minute bus ride apart, Denison College’s Bathurst High and Kelso High campuses are maximising opportunities and meeting the individual needs of students thanks to a timetabling partnership with Edval Education.