Rhiannon Bowman, Author at Education Matters Magazine - Page 28 of 35

Rhiannon Bowman

New education initiative addresses e-waste crisis

An education initiative addressing the global e-waste crisis has launched ahead of International E-Waste Day (14 October) and National Recycling Week (13 – 19 November), empowering schools to teach students about circular economy.
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Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering announce new Fellows

A Nobel prize laureate, leaders tackling the Aussie engineering shortage, climate change innovators, research translation superstars, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander STEM education champions are among the distinguished cohort of Fellows elected to the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) this year.
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Keeping up with demand: the Australian film industry

The Australian film industry is state-of-the-art with world class studios, an extensive catalogue of inspiring set locations, endless talented film crew and the ability to offer cost-effective production due to competitive film and production incentives.
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Plans ahead to fix teacher shortages and lift standards

Maths anxiety – girls versus boys

Maths anxiety is a genuine and pervasive issue in education. It goes far beyond a simple aversion to numbers and can manifest as a profound fear or dread of maths, hindering the ability to perform and limiting educational and career choices, writes Dr Rebecca Marrone from UniSA’s Centre for Change and Complexity in Learning.
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