Levelling the Year 12 playing field
The pandemic has paved the way for much-needed inclusive assessments in Victorian schools, taking into account more than just students’ academic capabilities.
Countering COVID with the kids
Many parents are unsure how to discuss the pandemic with their children, but there are ways to tackle the tricky questions.
Childcare educators feel the strain
There’s been a limited focus on understanding and safeguarding the mental wellbeing of educators who work in the early childhood sector.
Making sense of the infodemic
Researchers are working to understand the practical challenges and opportunities for the quality use of evidence within Australian schools.
Turning informal social networks into social capital is key for graduates aiming to lift their job prospects.
Creating 'pandemic-resilient' schools
The COVID-19 crisis highlights educational systems’ ethical responsibility in providing more than just grades signifying curricular mastery.
Singing the same tune
The Australian government can’t afford to neglect music and arts as an important tool in the classroom.
Watch ... and learn
The recent international shift to remote learning has resulted in greater reliance on instructional videos, but it's important these are integrated with learning activities.
Funding rejig 'unfortunate and misplaced'
The federal government’s changes to university funding, making some arts and humanities courses more than twice as expensive, is misguided.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created the opportunity for Western institutions to rethink their learning programs for international students.