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Islamic State Launches App For Children Based On Weapon Vocabulary

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Islamic State has launched an app aimed at children, teaching them letters of the Arabic alphabet using colourful pictures … Read More »

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Eating Disorders: The Role Of Family And Friends

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Family and friends play a crucial role in the care, support and recovery of someone with an eating disorder. The effects of an eating … Read More »

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Secrets To Our Children’s Academic Success

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Did you know that if you want your children to succeed at school, simply telling them about your high … Read More »

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Male Teacher Numbers Dwindling, Work In Education An ‘Isolating Experience’ For Men

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Male teachers are a rare sight in primary schools across Australia and, as the number of men enrolling … Read More »

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Domestic Violence Education: Connecting With Students Through Theatre

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Domestic violence statistics in Australia are horrifying. In the past year one in six women has experienced violence … Read More »

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Why Everything We’ve Been Told About Happiness Is Flawed

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The “standard” blueprint for a happy life usually reads something like this: Go to college. Get a job … Read More »

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The Concept of Different “Learning Styles” Is One of the Greatest Neuroscience Myths

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Are you a visual learner who writes notes in a rainbow of different colors, or do you have … Read More »

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Sir Anthony Seldon Says Test Obsession Wrecks Education

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Thomas Gradgrind, the notorious school-board superintendent in Charles Dickens’s novel Hard Times, is alive and well and running … Read More »

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Can Neuroscience Solve the Mystery of How Students Learn?

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No one knows how much knowledge students take home with them after a day at school. Tests, homework … Read More »

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Self-proclaimed Experts More Vulnerable to the Illusion of Knowledge

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New research reveals that the more people think they know about a topic in general, the more likely … Read More »

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