The Great Lesson: Is a Mass Teacher Resignation Inevitable Without Intervention?
Without teachers, we don't have an education system. No high-tech classroom can replace a skilled workforce charged with educating our children. Read more
Stop Blaming Teachers: Students are Responsible for their Learning
Learning is very much about self-motivation. Self-motivation includes the action of engaging in the presentation of positive communication skills, this includes having good body posture; not interrupting the speaker; not being defensive when direction, advice of feedback is offered; not blaming others for what you are doing (or not doing); using a positive tone of voice; and exercising active listening skills.
Crimson Global Academy’s Winning Online Model
Online learning was at times a hastily devised solution for educating during the pandemic but Crimson Education and now its high school incarnation Crimson Global Academy have clarified and refined the online format and come up with a flexible, individualised model that’s helping students achieve their ambitions whether it’s pursuing a course at a local university or aiming high and vying for a place in the Ivy league or Oxbridge. Read more
Why Educators Need to Re-engage with Our Most Marginalised Youth
The Building Blocks of Creativity and Wellbeing in Kids
Creativity is essential part of play and has an important role in children’s wellbeing and with everything being digitised an investigation of how play in a digital space affects them, positively or negatively, is required.
Female Teachers more Retirement Savvy than Males
It looks like female teachers have a better handle on their retirement finances than their male counterparts.
Students and Parents want First Nations Educators and Education
There are around 250 indigenous languages and 800 dialects on top of those but students are more likely to learn Chinese than Warlpiri; 63% of children don’t know any local First Nations words.