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Have Computers Really Helped Educational Outcomes?

Posted on by Generation Next

Recently a primary school in Brisbane informed its Prep (Foundation) parents that all of its students would be … Read More »

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Are Teachers Equipped To Deal With The Ills Of Society?

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A teacher’s role has always been much more than simply imparting the fundamental skills of reading, writing and … Read More »

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Junk Science Driving Public Misperceptions

Posted on by Dr Ramesh Manocha

Have you heard about the latest study? Coffee fights cancer. Pizza and French fries are addictive like crack. … Read More »

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It’s Not Just College Students. Higher Education Itself Is Experiencing A Mental Health Crisis

Posted on by Imogen

Graduation: classically peppered by parties, gifts, and champagne toasts to the happy memories of university life. Not all … Read More »

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How An Ancient Art Form Is Helping Students With Digital Citizenship

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The origin of the ancient art form theatre first appears in the 3rd century BC and was used … Read More »

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How Kids Learn Resilience

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Here’s the problem: For all our talk about noncognitive skills, nobody has yet found a reliable way to … Read More »

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Islamic State Launches App For Children Based On Weapon Vocabulary

Posted on by Dr Ramesh Manocha

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

Posted on by Dr Ramesh Manocha

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

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