Students may be back in the classroom, but COVID-19 has highlighted the need, and opportunity, for schools to embrace technology. Read more
New interactive learning techniques are rapidly becoming the norm in the effort to boost student performance. But many of the behaviors that are required for group interactive learning can unknowingly spread dangerous pathogens to other students, their families, and others. This is a relatively new issue in education since the traditional model of using a projector as the primary display limited the physical touching of common objects in the classroom. Read more
School lockers have a role to play in school safety according to leading school locker supplier, Premier Lockers. Read more
With most students back in classrooms as of 12 October, and Victoria’s Year 8 to 10s joining the rest later this month, education is facing a ‘new normal’ of social distancing and protective barriers. Read more
A new program from CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, is using science to encourage primary school kids to eat more veggies. Read more
Dairy Australia is encouraging primary school students to get creative as part of the 2019 Healthy Bones Action Week program, with prizes awarded to the winning school.