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How Engaged Are You As A Parent?

Posted on by Shridevi

According to an article on the Canberra Time Online, “It has been strangely under-recognised in Australia that parents play a … Read More »

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Talking To Fathers And Their Sons

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On the weekend I gave a short talk entitled Father & Son – Side by Side at an … Read More »

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The rich kids are not all right

Posted on by Dr Ramesh Manocha

The high rate of maladjustment among affluent adolescents is strikingly counter-intuitive. There is a tacit assumption – even … Read More »

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New Forms Of Racism Arise In Science Research

Posted on by Dr Ramesh Manocha

Advances in genetic sequencing are giving rise to a new era of scientific racism, despite decades of efforts … Read More »

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Is It A Strength If You’re Not Good At It

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Strengths-based-approaches are nothing new in education. Tap into what I student is good at, and use that to … Read More »

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PISA Panic

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PISA panic and politics could really damage our schools. In the aftermath of the OECD releasing the 2012 results … Read More »

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Education: Conservative vs Creative

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An article in The Age recently opened up, yet again, the discussion around education and the pros and … Read More »

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What’s the point of running an education campaign?

Posted on by Dr Ramesh Manocha

Some commentators have suggested that mass media campaigns are more likely to be effective when they are: – … Read More »

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Separating neuromyths from science in education

Posted on by Dr Ramesh Manocha

WHEN it comes to making the classroom more “scientific”, there is good, solid research into the best ways … Read More »

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Can Emotional Intelligence Be Taught?

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“Something we now know, from doing dozens of studies, is that emotions can either enhance or hinder your … Read More »

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