COVID-19 has been a dramatic illustration of the need for digital and media literacy amongst students.
Strong and positive teacher–student bonds are important during the pandemic says educational psychology researcher Dr Rebecca Collie.
Vietnam's Ministry of Education and Training has partnered with RMIT to help guide the future of online education in the region.
A new study of 8- to 11-year-olds reveals an association between heavy television use and poor reading performance, and links heavy computer use with less developed numeracy skills.
La Trobe University and online partner Didasko have won at the Educational Publishing Awards Australia for the third consecutive year.
An experimental learning tool will allow school students to virtually visit Peru and learn about the country.
When Mansfield Secondary College opted for the Google Classroom suite, it was a learning curve for everyone — and an exercise that paid off.
The COVID-19 pandemic, lockdowns and increased isolation are creating heightened rates of cyberbullying, child exploitation and image-based abuse.
A $69 million online learning package announced by the NZ Government will upgrade schools' digital networks and improve online security.
Boosting Australia's local manufacturing and supply base will see our nation weather the storm of 2020 and put us in a good place for a return to growth.
ACT public schools recently experienced an 'email incident', with spam emails containing inappropriate material being circulated to students.
A new study has revealed that students who use their smartphones to search the internet when completing homework are more likely to perform poorly in exams.