The Australian Computing Academy (ACA) has announced the launch of a $1.35 million national program which will see cyber security taught to Year 7-10 students in an Australian first.
Federal President at the Australian Education Union (AEU), Correna Haythorpe, discusses the need to focus on our teachers before thinking about reviewing the national school curriculum. Read more
Deakin Master of Teaching student Gia-Yen Luong will swap the tropics of Darwin for the famous halls of Oxford University when she takes up a prestigious offer to study as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford in 2019.
Teachers of today are equipped with more evidence about learning and how a child’s brain develops than ever before. Kathy Walker, founder of Walker Learning, discusses the importance of adapting evidence-based practice to the classroom.
Being a reading role model and encouraging children to read for fun helps to improve reading ability and contributes to building a strong reading culture, says Dennis Yarrington, President of the Australian Primary Principals Association (APPA).