As with many scheduled events running throughout 2020, this year's National Science Week is moving online.
The Coalition government has signalled a commitment to strengthening capacity for teaching mathematics and numeracy.
Providing effective assessment feedback in an entirely online world can be difficult for educators, as it is easy to misinterpret.
New research suggests struggling in mathematics builds resilience, develops problem-solving skills and facilitates collaborative learning.
Technology will allow schools and communities to connect for this year's Education Week.
Glasshouse Christian College is leading the way in education through technology, creating an environment that encourages innovation, entrepreneurship and community mindedness, utilising collaborative technologies, social media and online resources.
Researchers say the ability to visualise 3D shapes is linked to better grades and higher graduation rates in STEM college students.
As technology use in the education sector has boomed, so too has the capactity for data capture and analysis.
A new online community for teachers to create and share lessons has been created by Education Perfect (EP).
Inkifingus' antimicrobial film has recently passed certification that proves its efficiency in combating the viral load of coronaviruses.
Recent fast-paced change has led Microsoft to partner with The Economist Intelligence Unit to develop the Staff of 2030: Future-Ready Teaching report.
The UK's Durham University has released the second in a series of reports that look at teachers' responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Australian Catholic University (ACU) has selected Microsoft to assist with digital transformation plans designed to provide a foundation for excellence in research, service, learning and teaching.
Assessment of digital tools is a little easier with the Digital Learning Selector website.