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STEM influence uneven before school even starts

26 October, 2020

A new study has found that STEM television programming aimed at three- to six-year-olds in the US shows race and gender bias.

Tech school students ahead of the game

23 October, 2020

A program designed to solve problems in a real-world context prepared Casey Tech School students for the current pandemic.

Making maths more meaningful via online platform

20 October, 2020

A new online maths platform promises to change the way problem-solving skills are taught.

Uni degree redesign to focus on digital literacy post-COVID

19 October, 2020

Digital literacy and a technology focus are increasingly important attributes for graduates.

Virtual school for high-ability students

09 October, 2020

Victorian Minister for Education James Merlino has announced an educational extension program for high-ability students.

Higher ed award nomination for UC STEM program

02 October, 2020

A STEM program at the University of Canberra has been shortlisted for an education technology award.

Students shine in maths and informatics Olympiads

02 October, 2020

Two teams of Australian high school students have pushed through the extraordinary challenges of COVID-19 to take home gold, silver and bronze.

Hands-on learning at a distance: one school's story

01 October, 2020 by Marco Nicolazzo, VCAL Teacher

How a focus on developing employability skills set one college up for remote learning.

Inclusion in isolation

23 September, 2020

Victoria's ongoing COVID-19 lockdown is making inclusive education difficult, say Monash University researchers.

EdTechSA online symposium

22 September, 2020

The inaugural EdTechSA online symposium will be held next Tuesday, 29 September.

Can teacher development programs reverse COVID-19 impact?

22 September, 2020

A study from The University of Newcastle suggests that teacher professional development programs can have a measurable impact on student learning outcomes.

Solid library programs drive digital literacy development

14 September, 2020

COVID-19 has been a dramatic illustration of the need for digital and media literacy amongst students.

Nurturing teacher–student relationships in an online world

11 September, 2020

Strong and positive teacher–student bonds are important during the pandemic says educational psychology researcher Dr Rebecca Collie.

RMIT expertise shapes future of online education in Vietnam

09 September, 2020

Vietnam's Ministry of Education and Training has partnered with RMIT to help guide the future of online education in the region.

La Trobe University and Didasko win at Educational Publishing Awards

07 September, 2020

La Trobe University and online partner Didasko have won at the Educational Publishing Awards Australia for the third consecutive year.

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