Mental Health Literacy in Schools: Let’s Talk About how We Talk About Mental Health
Encouraging teens to recognise and open up about mental health struggles is a huge step towards addressing them, there are several strategies that could be used to do this. Read more
Why Gonski was Always Going to Fail
Australian students are, on average, about a year of learning behind where they were at the start of this century.
Pulse is Central to How Fast-growing Iona College Monitors Student Wellbeing
Geelong is thriving and two-year old Catholic co-ed Iona College in rapidly-developing Charlemont is meeting the demand from families seeking a Catholic secondary education.
What Star Trek Taught Me About Education
For me, as a Maths teacher of secondary school students for over 10 years Star Trek offers a tremendous inspiration for education, demonstrating the importance of duty, honour, sacrifice, achieving collective goals, and the value of shared knowledge; all of which should form the basis of any future forward curriculum and classroom. The idea of self-improvement is wrapped up in the idea of collective responsibility.
The Other Digital Divide
We’ve heard of the digital divide, that is not everyone having equal access to technology, but there is another divide which has just as much impact, a lack of skill with those devices. A lack of digital competency means teachers and learners alike lack the skills to make digital learning work.
Comments on the Final Report of the The Quality Initial Teacher Education Review
The review of initial teacher education has been released and the opinions on its content vary from the enthusiastic to the not so.
Team announced for 2022 European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad
Following two-and-a-half years of hard training, a team of four will compete in the 2022 European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad (EGMO), an international mathematics competition for young women held from 6–12 April 2022.