Gen Z uninformed about digital careers: study

24 January, 2022

Nearly half of Generation Z are not well informed about digital career pathways, according to new research.

How robotics prepares students for the jobs of the future

21 January, 2022 by Jason De Silveira, Managing Director – Nexxis | Supplied by: Nexxis Technologies

The fast pace of technology has presented some challenges in terms of a lack of skilled people working in the energy industry.

Teachers too time poor for research: study

20 January, 2022

Australian educators do not have adequate time to access research to help them improve their skills.

Bringing retired teachers back 'unworkable': IEU

18 January, 2022

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

Using action video games to improve reading skills

18 January, 2022

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

How much do faster videos impact student learning?

14 January, 2022

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

COVID booster shot mandated for NSW teachers

13 January, 2022

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

Integrating Squid Game into economics education

12 January, 2022

Complex economic theories could soon be taught around the world using the Netflix series Squid Game.

Greater clarity needed around return to school

11 January, 2022

More clarity is needed from the NSW Government around returning to school with such high COVID infection rates, said the Independent Education Union.

COVID tutoring program receives support

23 December, 2021

The successful design and implementation of the NSW Government's COVID Intensive Learning Support Program has been highlighted by a report.

IBM partnership boosts students' cyber skills

23 December, 2021 | Supplied by: IBM Australia Limited

High school students in South Australia will benefit from an online cyber skills program available under a partnership with IBM.

When do gender stereotypes in STEM begin?

17 December, 2021

A new study suggests that the perception of boys being more interested than girls in computer science and engineering starts by age six.

Dedicated science rooms for all primary schools

15 December, 2021

A dedicated science room will be built into all newly constructed WA primary schools from 2024.

Learning operating system designed by educators

14 December, 2021

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

Consent survey for parents closing soon

13 December, 2021

Almost 3000 parents and carers have completed an online survey about how they can be supported to talk about consent with their children.

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