Reading teaches children about pain: study

29 May, 2024

Young children learn about the concept of pain through reading, a new study from University of South Australia has found.

Increasing language diversity in western Sydney schools

28 May, 2024

Nearly 250 language backgrounds are represented in NSW public schools, according to a new report.

Lack of school readiness predicts disadvantage: study

28 May, 2024

An analysis of student data has found that students struggling when they first start school are more likely to face disadvantage by the age of 16.

SaaS uplift to boost student experience

27 May, 2024 | Supplied by: TechnologyOne

Bond University recently migrated to TechnologyOne's software-as-a-service (SaaS) OneEducation solution.

Australian students: the most bullied in the world?

24 May, 2024 | Supplied by: RMIT University

A new report by the Australian Council for Educational Research contains data on student bullying rates worldwide.

Federal Budget: a missed opportunity?

15 May, 2024

The 2024 federal Budget has failed to put students at the heart of the skills training system, according to a peak education body.

Practicum payments for teachers welcomed

15 May, 2024

A federal government initiative to introduce payments to student teachers during a practicum has been welcomed by unions.

Victorian Department of Education supports EduTECH 2024

14 May, 2024

The Victorian Department of Education has returned as an event partner for EduTECH Australia 2024.

Partnership fosters evidence-based teaching and learning

14 May, 2024

La Trobe University and Think Forward Educators have formed a partnership to provide increased opportunities for collaborative research.

Fast-tracking software engineering careers for school leavers

14 May, 2024

Applications for the WiseTech Global 2025 Earn & Learn program have now opened for Australia's future technologists.

What are parents worrying about the most?

01 May, 2024

The most common issues of concern for parents and carers in Australia have been highlighted by a new report.

Uni students act as STEM mentors for high schools

01 May, 2024

High school students will be able to experience what it is like to study STEM in a university setting under a new science program.

Navigating the AI landscape in education

30 April, 2024 | Supplied by: Curtin University

A new series of short films is being released by Curtin University, exploring how AI is reshaping traditional teaching paradigms.

VR-based classroom learning for speech therapy training

30 April, 2024

Start Beyond and the University of Newcastle have entered a partnership that will see VR-based learning used for speech therapy training.

Recycled rubbish turned into plastic rulers for students

30 April, 2024

Students in the Willoughby local government area have had their recycled rubbish turned into plastic rulers, as they learn about the circular economy.

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