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Australian Catholic University students recently collaborated with the NSW Government on consulting projects and received glowing results.
For sisters Amanda Foster and Sarah Sammut helping others always came easily thanks to their strong Catholic upbringing. It made a career in teaching a natural step for them both.
Taking a closer look at charter schools, the February 2017 issue of Australian Teacher Magazine is out now, packed with the best in education coverage from across Australia. Buy the issue or a year's subscription, or download the EducationHQ App to read every edition on your mobile device.Learn more
Student Guide is the annual magazine, powered by EducationHQ, reaching Australian secondary students in print, tablet and digital formats. The definitive career and study guide, this special publication includes all the vital information for school leavers and those looking to find their career path and study options. Pre-order the 2017 edition now and save.Learn more
AN extraordinary group of Year 5 and 6 boys from Adelaide’s Prince Alfred College walked away a little heavier from a recent Subs in Schools Techno...
Issue 21, our Term 4, 2016 edition of TechnologyEd is out now. Read the full magazine online signing in with your EducationID, or buy it in print through the EducationHQ Store. You can also subscribe to make sure you never miss an issue, as we cover all things technology in education across Australia and the world.Learn more
AITSL provides national leadership for the Australian State & Territories in promoting excellence in the profession of teaching & school leadership.
Our annual Schools Excursion, Incursion and Camp Guide is out now, packed with ideas for getting out of the classroom and into the world. Buy the magazine from our store, download the EducationHQ App to read it on your mobile device, or use the EducationHQ Directory to find the perfect opportunity for your students.Learn more
Having worked with teachers for more than 15 years, we completely understand a teacher’s busy schedule. Although we are always here to help, it tak...
Do Japanese students bow to the awards presenter - as is the custom in their country? Do Maori students give the awards presenter a Hongi (pressing one's nose and forehead (at the same time); used at traditional meetings among Māori people and on major ceremonies and serves a similar purpose to a formal handshake)? Is this recognition and respect of the cultural, linguistic and religious backgrounds of all students consistent with practices in the wider community? Or are we training the next generation to disrespect the cultures of the land that they live in? Is the purpose of schools to Describe to children the culture they live in - or to Prescribe a new culture for their future?