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Bringing retired teachers back 'unworkable': IEU

Calls by NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet to rely on retired teachers and fast-tracked professional accreditation have been rejected by the IEU.

futureED 18 January, 2022

Using action video games to improve reading skills

A new study from Université de Genève has found that playing action video games could actually help to enhance reading skills for children.

futureED 18 January, 2022

Device care — getting the most out of your school device

Aimed at ensuring users get the most out of their educational laptop range, this short video is a great resource for educators, parents and students alike.

futureED 14 January, 2022

How much do faster videos impact student learning?

Students can still retain information relatively well when watching lecture videos at twice their actual speed, a new study shows.

futureED 14 January, 2022

COVID booster shot mandated for NSW teachers

School-based staff will now be required to receive their third booster shot, following changes made to mandatory vaccination regulations by the NSW Government.

futureED 13 January, 2022

Apps
Learning operating system designed by educators

Learning operating system designed by educators

TMRW, a scalable learning operating system (LearnOS) for global education, has been developed to help bring education to every child in the world.

News 14 December, 2021
Artificial Intelligence
Preparing students for the age of AI

Preparing students for the age of AI

The Centre for Learning Analytics at Monash (CoLAM) has just been launched by Monash University.

Article 09 December, 2021
Cyber Security
Studying online chats to protect kids from sex offenders

Studying online chats to protect kids from sex offenders

New research from the University of South Australia aims to help protect children from potential paedophiles.

Article 06 December, 2021
Connectivity
Bringing retired teachers back 'unworkable': IEU

Bringing retired teachers back 'unworkable': IEU

Calls by NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet to rely on retired teachers and fast-tracked professional accreditation have been rejected by the IEU.

News 18 January, 2022
Online Learning
How much do faster videos impact student learning?

How much do faster videos impact student learning?

Students can still retain information relatively well when watching lecture videos at twice their actual speed, a new study shows.

Article 14 January, 2022
Gamification
Using action video games to improve reading skills

Using action video games to improve reading skills

A new study from Université de Genève has found that playing action video games could actually help to enhance reading skills for...

Article 18 January, 2022
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