An online interactive education platform, developed by Monash University alumni, is capturing student academic development and providing real-time learning progress reports for teachers and parents. Read more
As rates of online cyber bullying, child exploitation and image-based abuse skyrocket because of COVID-19 and isolation, it’s critical we do everything we can to ensure our children – our most vulnerable Australians – are safe online. Read more
What kind of equipment can teachers use to record lessons for students to access online?
Eddie Woo offers a guide to the “ingredients” I use when making videos for YouTube: the gear that I’ve learned to use over the years when filming my classes.
By Julie Inman Grant, eSafety Commissioner
As we celebrate the Daniel Morcombe Foundation’s Biggest Online Safety Lesson today, it is timely to reflect on the importance of online safety education and the lessons learnt from our recent time in lockdown — particularly around 21st century education. Read more
Technology is changing the way educators teach and students learn. As children and young people navigate the online world, educating them about how to use technology safely and responsibly is key to creating digital intelligence and adequately preparing them for the world of the future.
Digital safety is an important topic that should be taught at school and at home, writes Founder of ScopeIT Education, Frank Lucisano.