CEO of the NSW Education Standards Authority, David de Carvalho, discusses the impact of technology in the classroom with Professor Pasi Sahlberg of the Gonski Institute at the University of NSW.
As today’s students grow in a rapidly changing digital environment, it can be hard for parents and educators to keep up.
As a part of the National Education Summit, The Education Show will host a range of free educational seminars that aim to hone in on topical issues such as technology, wellbeing, professional teaching and techniques for learning.
Student smartphone use needs to be controlled, but a blanket ban is not the best solution, warns Garry Falloon, Professor of Digital Learning at Macquarie University; following news of the NSW review into smartphone use in schools.
According to new research conducted by Edith Cowan University (ECU), educational video games can help to improve children’s mental maths skills.
Future generations will need to be able to think creatively, problem solve and adapt themselves in new ways to address the jobs of tomorrow, writes Byron Scaf, CEO at Stile Education. Read more