The University of Auckland reacted quickly to ensure students remained connected while learning from home during recent lockdowns.
Students and teachers at WA public schools are being tested for COVID-19 as part of the state-funded Detect population study focused on asymptomatic individuals.
A new study suggests that students learn just as much in online STEM college courses as they do in traditional classroom settings.
NSW public school students are heading back to the classroom full-time from Monday, 25 May, bringing two months of remote learning to an end.
A new platform allows students to design, create and publish immersive edcuation projects while developing critical future skills.
One in eight Australian Year 10 STEM classes is taught by teachers outside their field of expertise, according to a national report.
An expanded government inquiry is inviting submissions on the impact of COVID-19 on Australian education.
A new US-based study has found that the latest generation rates on par with kids of the 1990s when it comes to interprersonal skills, despite screen-time fears.
The 'IoT Strategy in the 5G Era' and '5G for Business' programs will prepare professionals for the 5G-enabled Internet of Things revolution.
As children across the country start making their way back to the classroom, the effects of the recent upheaval will no doubt make themselves known.
ACT public school students and teachers are headed back to the classroom from Monday, 18 May.
With Victorian school students set to stay home for the remainder of Term 2, the state government's ongoing partnership with the ABC is providing fresh curriculum-aligned content in support of remote and flexible learning.
Started before the current pandemic, a program designed to help disadvantaged secondary schools has been opening doors.
While many Australians were working out, baking and cocktail making, our nation's teachers got on with educating.
Not surprisingly, there has been a huge uptake of online learning tools in the last two months, with teachers and IT staff forced to find new delivery methods and ensure education continued with minimal interruption.