Controlling behaviours: Gaslighting strategies that are developed at a school age
In schools, students are socialised into a broader community than they experience in their homes, and at this time they learn important inter-personal skills and values.
Help teachers, don’t tear teaching down
We need more teachers but 'tearing down entry barriers' to the profession as suggested in NSW might not be the right way to do it.
Punishment only works on some, here’s why
An experimental video game designed by psychologists and neuroscientists from UNSW Sydney has shown why punishment fails to act as a deterrent to some people, while others will try very hard to avoid it.
International maths and informatics Olympiad teams off to competition, virtually
The Australian international maths and informatics Olympiad teams have been named after being merit-selected following an annual program of high-level competitions, rigorous training schools and mentoring.
High priority NSW schools get Cluey Learning
Cluey Learning has been selected to help the NSW Government roll out their previously announced $337 million 'tutoring in schools' program across the state to high priority schools.
Imagining a world of maths achievement
Mathematical Playworld takes its lead from Conceptual PlayWorld, a model of intentional teaching developed by Laureate Professor Marilyn Fleer and begins with a selected story where children and adults build emotional connections with story characters before they collectively enter the playworld.
Tech heavy schools need to look at edge solutions
With unprecedented demand for remote learning since the onset of COVID-19, digital transformation in schools across Australia has proven to be more essential than ever.