With technology constantly changing, schools are perpetually challenged to adapt and keep students motivated, staff trained and parents informed. Read more
Isolation, reduced activity, disrupted routines. These are the effects of Covid-19, and the ensuing school closures, have had on our children. Factors which impact a child’s well-being long after school has resumed; something that empirical studies support and that teachers know from experience to be true. Read more
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to school closures across the world and forced teachers and students in many countries to adapt quickly to teaching and learning online. But a new OECD PISA report reveals wide disparities both between and within countries in the availability of technology in schools and of teachers’ capacities to use ICT effectively. Read more
A study by Associate Professors Penny Van Bergen and Naomi Sweller of Macquarie University and Professor Linda Graham of QUT shows that students’ memories of good teachers are remarkably consistent, and that strong teacher-student relationships can support positive interactions with future teachers. Read more
Giewee Hammond, Lead Data Scientist for Aramco Services, discusses the importance of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) education and why we shouldn’t just be trying to increase STEM education only for girls, but for boys too.
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