Female teachers sexually harassed on virtual platforms

06 September, 2021

A new study by Monash University has found that in elite private boys' schools, sexual harassment goes beyond the school grounds.

Education redefined for international students

03 September, 2021 | Supplied by: Adobe

Navitas is using Adobe Experience Cloud to redefine education in the face of challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Primary school science program rolls out

02 September, 2021

The WA Government is rolling out an $18.2 million science program that will benefit more than 400 public schools around the state.

Enhancing student behaviour

01 September, 2021 | Supplied by: Acer Computer Australia Pty Ltd

Learn more about the partnership between Acer and UTS to deliver the Predator AI Analytics lab, helping academics to experiment with new ways of researching and enhancing student learning behaviour.

Close consultation needed before return to school

31 August, 2021

As the NSW Government proposes a staged return to schools around the state, the IEU has called for an urgent roundtable.

Virtual power plant launched at WA school

31 August, 2021

The WA Government has expanded its Schools Virtual Power Plant (VPP) pilot program, with Kalgoorlie-Boulder High School launching its first VPP.

Password management key to avoiding education cyber attacks

30 August, 2021

A new report suggests that the best way to avoid cyber attacks in higher education is through a password management tool that promotes better password hygiene.

More focus needed on STEM career pathways

27 August, 2021

Industry, schools and governments need to work together to develop and implement STEM programs, according to Weld Australia.

COVID not affecting learning, NAPLAN suggests

26 August, 2021

The results of 2021 NAPLAN testing suggest that the COVID-19 pandemic has not had a significant impact on student learning.

Learning packs to assist families in lockdown

24 August, 2021

Guided learning packs have been provided to the parents of children learning from home during the pandemic lockdown.

Avoid early childhood education, say educators

24 August, 2021

Almost half of early childhood education and care professionals say they would not recommend pursuing a career in the sector.

Blackboard 2021 award winners announced

24 August, 2021

The winners of the 2021 Blackboard Awards for Asia–Pacific have been announced by Blackboard.

Board game teaches real-world issues

20 August, 2021

An educational board game is aiming to inspire the next generation to tackle the issue of climate change.

Victoria fast-tracks maths and science teachers

19 August, 2021

Expressions of interest for the second intake of the Secondary Mathematics and Science Initiative have been opened by the Victorian Government.

Join a free virtual conference for educators

17 August, 2021

The Blackboard Teaching and Learning Conference (TLC) 2021 will be held on 18–19 August.

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