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.

EdTechSA online symposium

22 September, 2020

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

Guilt-free screen time for kids

21 September, 2020

The 'Ozzie' series of videos on YouTube is designed to engage and educate two- to eight-year-olds.

Students tune in to cybersafety

17 September, 2020

Child Protection Week 2020 threw a spotlight on eSafety, with more than 3500 students tuning in to a webinar conducted by the Office of the eSafety Commissioner.

STEM comp goes ahead in Tas despite COVID-19

17 September, 2020

A seven-day, state-wide science and engineering competition has just begun in Hobart.

STEM skills focus for Game Changer Challenge

16 September, 2020

Students across NSW are using design thinking skills to explore tangible solutions for a real-world problem in the 2020 Game Changer Challenge.

Screen ban leads to deeper learning

15 September, 2020

A new study has found that limiting digital media use in university discussion lessons has a positive impact on learning.

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.

SA rolls out cloud Education Management System

10 September, 2020 | Supplied by: Civica Asia Pacific

The South Australian Department of Education has implemented its new Education Management System (EMS) in 24 preschools around the state.

RMIT expertise shapes future of online education in Vietnam

09 September, 2020 | Supplied by: RMIT University

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

Electronic media use linked to lower academic performance

08 September, 2020

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 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.

Virtual travel on offer for school students

04 September, 2020

An experimental learning tool will allow school students to virtually visit Peru and learn about the country.

Remote learning success: one school's story

03 September, 2020

When Mansfield Secondary College opted for the Google Classroom suite, it was a learning curve for everyone — and an exercise that paid off.

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