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Old and obsolete are very different things.
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See what happens when you put a massive sticky Post-It note on their desks.
Nursery rhymes contain a uniquely misogynistic, patriarchal, Anglo-centric and monarchist view of the world.
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Learning to be a parent takes time.
Getting great holidays is not the best thing about teaching.
In many cases, school has become an interruption to learning rather than a cause of it.
We also wanted to know what love is. 😳
It always starts with the swear words. And then the basics, then finally the interesting stuff.
Why can't people get the message?
We put it to the experts.
Positive self-talk could be the key to improvement.
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This week Jean Flynn said private schools should be expelled from the education system. That’s like saying that people who own a Mercedes should pay more in registration. Or they shouldn’t be allowed on the road.
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The children of Australia are today's students and tomorrow's employees. And while each generation has passed through the student lifestage, Generation Z are the only ones to have done so in the 21st century.
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Using your fingers to trace maths problems can make a huge difference to how you understand and solve problems. A new study by University of Sydney shows students who trace maths problems with their f...
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By all means be excited the day your baby walks across the room to you, but don't forget that more obscure milestones might be worth celebrating too.
In Australia we can sometimes be a bit like Einstein's bees and ants, too fixated by what is on the syllabus. We can undervalue teachers and overestimate powerpoints -- not just at school, but at TAFE and university too.
The tension at times is almost palpable. Like many parents across Australia who have a child undergoing the HSC, I've witnessed first-hand the pressure students feel as they study like machines, juggl...