Is it "OK to not be OK" at school? Mental Illness Stigma
It's never going to be completely smooth sailing for young people but de-stigmatising mental health issues means that they're more likely to seek help and get through it. Read more
Education and the New Social Contract: Science and evidence matters
A 2017 survey of millennials around the world found that seven out of 10 respondents believed education was for acquiring academic knowledge and readiness for the job market. Only 30 percent thought it should also be for building good citizens. However, evidence from a large number of studies shows that monetary wealth and high paying jobs do not guarantee happiness or life satisfaction.
22 Predictions for Australian Education in 2022
We all know what a turbulent year 2021 was. The disruptions caused by the ongoing pandemic made it a real challenge for the education sector - for students, teachers and parents alike.
Clinical psychologist’s coping strategies for uncertain times
Wish as we might Covid isn't gone yet and that's reflected in students and teachers' outlook as the new year kicks off.
Tackling teacher burnout at the source
Teachers are leaving and there is no clear path to finding more, it's been suggested that retirees might be tapped up to teach in NSW schools or final year students.
Inspiration from maths to help students return to the classroom
Home schooling during the pandemic might have left many parents and carers feeling drained of ideas, but as the 2022 school year resumes back in the classroom, one leading educator is urging families to regain their passion for learning.
Screen time earned
Kids spend up to eight hours a day on their devices, that's a lot and 1Question is looking to introduce some constructiveness to that time.