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Supporting students’ social media and technology use

Katie Pinchas, Digital Licence Advisor for the Alannah & Madeline Foundation, discusses why it’s so important for teachers to properly understand students’ use of social media and technology, in order to set them on the right path to becoming good digital citizens. Read more

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Game on: Esports helping students improve life skills

Once viewed as more of a distraction than a learning opportunity, video games are now finding their place in the modern classroom. For Bass High School in Sydney, the META High School Esports League is resulting in positive learning outcomes, encouraging students to improve their communication, teamwork and leadership skills.

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STEM: Bringing thermal imaging into the classroom

Bringing thermal imaging into the classroom, FLIR’s thermal cameras are offering exciting learning opportunities within the STEM curriculum. Senior Research Scientist at FLIR Systems, Austin Richards, discusses an example of how this technology is currently being used in the real world – and beyond.

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Personalised classroom learning: Are we there yet?

Darren Simmons, Oceanic Managing Director at Acer, discusses how technology has the potential to enable greater levels of personalised classroom learning, assisting educators to better understand the needs of each student.

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Image consent: How schools can get it right

Colin Anson, CEO and co-founder of child image protection and photo storage solution, pixevety, discusses the importance of image consent when it comes to schools sharing student photos.

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Is the future of learning in line with the future of work?

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The workplace of the future will be unrecognisable from the working world of today. The challenges students will face in a world dominated by rapidly advancing technology will be wildly different from the ones faced by Baby Boomers, Gen X and even Millennials.

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