The Messy World of School Assessment
Assessment should be used as information to improve teaching or make other education-relevant decisions, not to needlessly judge students, as is often the case at the moment. Just take the frankly idiotic obsession with letter grades: A-E. Read more
Revolutionising Education Using the Metaverse
The term ‘Metaverse’ was recently unveiled to the world and it both equally excited and confused a lot of people. Whilst not everyone has grasped the concept completely, the metaverse as an enabled, somewhat connected, and immersive digital space is a goal the tech industry has been working towards.
Never Take Teachers For Granted
We should never take teachers for granted, or underestimate the profound impact they have on every student they teach and the future of Australia.
Bedtime Stories a Casualty of Busy Lives
The bedtime story is one way reading skills have been built in children, but the tradition is rapidly falling by the wayside as only 25 per cent of Aussie parents now read to their children once a week or not at all.
Students Bridge Disability with Code
Year 6 students in Perth have invented a device that makes music lessons easier for people with hearing impairments.
Shocking Over-funding of Private Schools at Expense of Public Schools Must Stop
The shocking but unsurprising revelation that 130 private schools were overfunded by a total of $120 million should shake up Federal and State Education Ministers to unwind past mistakes in how taxpayers’ money is distributed to schools, said Jane Caro.
Charting the Road Ahead to Cloud Maturity for K–12 Public Education
In three years, the cloud has gone from a 'nice-to-have' to a must-have for most educational institutions, and especially for the K–12 public school system.