Maxell and Hitachi Japan have announced that the current Hitachi branded projectors will be rebranded as Maxell, with the first new additions to the Maxell product line-up to be new maintenance-free laser light sourced models.
A recommendation to remove the current approach to national testing and replace it with sample testing of students across Australia has been submitted to the Council of Australian Governments’ (COAG) review of NAPLAN.
Combining the unique play of Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Labo with the basic principles of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM), Nintendo Australia has launched a new program for primary schools.
A national art competition for primary school students, which will be judged by some of Australia’s leading brain researchers, is encouraging children to think about how amazing their brains are.
STEM education is capturing policy attention at the moment as a key curriculum focus, writes Russell Tytler of Deakin University. He talks to Education Matters about some of the recent innovations in the teaching and learning of STEM in the primary school years.
In the early 19th century, industrialist, philanthropist and educational pioneer, Robert Owen, argued that an education was about preparing children for life. Two centuries on, Senior Lecturer in Education at the University of Technology Sydney, Dr Don Carter, reflects on how these views are still evident in education today.