A new series of service learning programs for schools in South Australia are providing hands-on immersive learning for students, designed to help teach social justice and complement classroom based teaching.
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Combining an exhibition, and informative conferences and masterclasses, educators visiting the National FutureSchools Expo can tailor an experience that best suits their needs and interests.
Recognising the efforts that teachers, students and parents make to positively impact the environment, entries for Sustainability Victoria’s ResourceSmart Schools Awards are now open.
Federal President at the Australian Education Union (AEU), Correna Haythorpe, discusses the need to focus on our teachers before thinking about reviewing the national school curriculum.
The future of education and the challenges currently being faced by the sector will be explored at the inaugural Sydney Morning Herald Schools Summit, which aims to facilitate insightful debate and discussion between policy-makers, educators and key organisations within the field.
As the new school year begins, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Minister for Education and Training, Dan Tehan, have sent a strong message against bullying, with packs sent to all Australian schools that include a letter encouraging them to take part in the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence on 15 March 2019.