Buildings and Grounds
Thriving in STEM
Syrian students thrive in STEM with a little help
Siblings escaped a Syria that’s been all but destroyed by civil war and are now on their way to fulfilling careers in STEM fields
AI informed teaching
AI improves classrooms
An AI system tells teachers where to place themselves and organise classroom layout for optimum engagement.
Free virtual mission to everywhere for Science Week
You would be hard pressed to complete the Sydney Science Trail in person as it takes the visitor through a massive science journey.
Ribit matches students and businesses
Ribit connects STEM and digital students with Australian businesses to build the talent pipeline for Australian SMEs and start-ups.
Identity management sorted in SA
Micro Focus’ identity management solution has been selected by Insync Solutions as part of the South Australian Department for Education’s EdPass project.
Rethinking dashboard analytics
Data is everywhere, the effect can be minimal.
The rise of flexible technology in the education sector
So, what role does video and audio technology play in the modern learning experience?
David Piggott, Managing Director, Jabra ANZ
Victorian STEM school wins architecture award
Whittlesea Tech School has a progressive approach to education and the school’s built environment needed to reflect that.
Future workers will have jobs if they can innovate
Robots and artificial intelligence will take some of the less skilled work from humans but workers that can innovate will continue to thrive.
Research based games
Funexpected maths game created with UC Berkeley
The developer’s games seek to teach complex maths concepts via a beautiful interface, all underpinned by educational research.
Nature Insect Car wins the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest
Some brilliant thinking won Claudia the national prize.
Keeping online learning rolling
The rise of online education: a learning experience for IT?
There are several emerging considerations impacting their ability to support teachers, staff, and students in the virtual world.
Patrick Hubbard, Head Geek, SolarWinds
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