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A regional Victoria TAFE has frozen enrolments for some of its courses after receiving a formal reprimand from the education department.
Cheltenham Primary School is getting busy teaching tomorrow’s digital inventors to be responsible digital citizens.
The school library at Moama Anglican Grammar morphed into an obstacle course this term, when we delved into the world of drones.
A Melbourne Christian school was wrong to refuse the enrolment of a five-year-old Sikh boy because he wears a turban, a tribunal has found.
Chengxi LI had become disillusioned with her studies. The international student was halfway through a Master of Professional Accounting when she realised that she’d made a mistake.
Sir Anthony Seldon, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Buckingham, at a recent British Science Festival, predicted an end to traditional teaching roles within the next ten years with teachers replaced by artificially intelligent robots. Teac...
These days, especially in the la la land of tech startups, there's endless talk of metrics. How many users do you have? For how long have you been in business? How many Facebook fans and Twitter followers do you have? How many daily likes do you g...
Visual arts pedagogy and the place of visual arts in the curriculum are determined by the collision of teachers’ visual arts self-efficacy beliefs, pedagogical beliefs about children’s learning processes and visual arts content knowledge.
Queensland Education Minister Kate Jones has rejected the federal government's proposal to introduce a national literacy and numeracy test for Year 1 students.
Not all of us are lucky enough to have been bitten by the history bug. I am lucky, I was bitten by the annals ant at a young age. But unless it is relevant, meaningful or engaging, history can seem like useless information receding ceaselessly int...