Storm Surfers' litter battle
We have an incredibly exciting culture of performing arts developing at our school. Things were not always this way.
Digital technology is commonplace in the classroom, and with a smorgasbord of software applications to choose from, it can be overwhelming.
Australian parents are crying out for more help to tackle and prevent childhood bullying, with new research finding it's not just the child who suffers but the entire family.
In a lifestyle change which would have seemed unbelievable a generation ago, more teenagers own a telephone than a bike.
As states move to train more young people through TAFE, the education union is warning the sector is "perilously close" to collapsing.
A 13-year-old girl is the third child to face charges after vandals caused more than $150,000 in damage and shut a West Australian high school.
In such a dynamic landscape of technological development, with changes to the way we work and the kinds of jobs on offer, it can be hard to know whether what we’re teaching students in schools is exactly what they need for a successful future.
Over the past few months I have been building pupils’ computing knowledge through activities using the BBC micro:bit. While the micro:bit is an ideal core resource, I’ve found that the learning opportunities of using it as a stand-alone product ar...
If you’re an eager educator, if you revel in the written word and can put together a pretty paragraph, then we want to hear from you!
Recently I was involved in a Year 6 program in which I was one of the lead instructors for the outdoor activities. However, the students’ year 6 teachers were the ones running the overall program. This creates an interesting dynamic and is one wit...