Makerspaces and student wellbeing
When students engage in the many activities and opportunities provided in a Makerspace, they relax and have fun. It is non-threatening, no testing or grading! Read more
Sports-based resilience training improves mental health in teen boys
Teenage athletes who undergo two hours of sports-based mental health literacy and resilience training enjoy improved wellbeing and are better equipped to deal with life’s setbacks, according to new research led by Dr Stewart Vella from the University of Wollongong.
Five tips to stay safe online
Staying safe online means following a few guidelines firstly, digital platforms are a key source of news and information for many Australians.
Managing wellbeing with data
Based on the Salesforce CRM, Posimente lets educational communities easily identify, track, manage and garner insights into wellbeing within students, teachers and families.
TikTok launches e-safe video series
Safety online doesn’t have to mean creativity and fun are compromised and TikTok are keen to maintain their community’s freedom to experiment and to be quirky and authentic but doing it safely.
Theory at heart of Gold Coast early learning facility
Completed over two years with over $2 million invested The Active Early Learning (AEL) study by the University of Canberra and Deakin University’s leading researchers resulted in an integrated curriculum that has been proven to positively impact children’s social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development.
37 creative workers get busy in 32 Vic government schools
The Creative Workers in Schools program, delivered by Regional Arts Victoria in partnership with Department of Education and Training and Creative Victoria through the support of the Victorian Government’s Working for Victoria initiative, is providing the opportunity for 150 creative industry workers to undertake a six-month residency in Victorian government schools, including special schools.