The Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia (AHISA) has released a statement ahead of the 2019 Federal Election calling for a fresh approach to national education policy making.
Grounded in positive psychology and mindfulness-based research, the Grow Your Mind program has sparked a pay it forward movement, where schools and parents are donating the mental health kits to other schools and families in need.
Aiming to demonstrate how computer coding translates to the real world, LEGO Education has launched innovative new classroom technology globally and commissioned global research into how children are learning in the 21st century.
Reconciliation Australia has launched the Narragunnawali Awards 2019, which recognise exceptional commitment to reconciliation in education.
Based on academic and action research projects in the United States, Australia and Sweden, learning space expert Peter C. Lippman discusses his strategy for crafting contemporary learning environments for new and existing classrooms.
The Bostik Smart Schools program is offering primary students across Australia the chance to win a share in $21,000 worth of grants and prizes for their school, by entering a unique craft project inspired by this year’s theme of environment and sustainability.