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The AI-driven classroom is here, are we ready?
Powerful AI systems are now being used by schools to do a variety of tasks – from instantly taking the roll, grading students’ work, and even chatbots giving advice and support.
Using drama to explore complex topics
The Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) ATYP On Demand Plus looks to arm primary teachers with the tools to tackle complex and sensitive topics in the classroom, leveraging problem solving, communication and play.
12 must-have tools and apps for Australian teachers
Here’s an easy, condensed ‘Top 12’ list that will fit neatly into a folder on anyone’s device.
How emotional intelligence could hold the keys to reducing domestic and family violence
With people who, as children, have witnessed partner violence against their parents becoming two to four times more likely to experience partner violence themselves as adults, we need to ensure a holistic and thoroughly contextualised view of the issue is considered.
Pandemic-proofing the education system
The University of Queensland and Paul Ramsay Foundation Learning through COVID-19 project has explored the impact of the national lockdown on educational disadvantage and provides a roadmap for addressing educational disadvantage after the pandemic.
Workbooks reinforce that kindness works
A terrible accident claimed young Billie’s life but her caring and vivacious spirit lives on through the flyhighbillie charity which has released a series of workbooks aimed at encouraging a bit of kindness.