Sia Aristidou one of our presenters, volunteered to create a Facebook Group to bring together like-minded people interested in flipped ...
St Kevin's College headmaster Stephen Russell has resigned over the Melbourne school's handling of a child grooming case.
The Government will expand its commitment to promoting vocational education in schools, announcing it will fund a further 257 events to be run by employers and industry.
Almost one third of students worldwide are bullied, and boys from low socioeconomic backgrounds are most at risk, a new study has found.
One of the recent debrief questions I posed to a group made me think and reflect on my own experiences.
What better way to learn about Japanese culture than suiting up for some hands-on experience with the country’s national sport, sumo?
Makerspaces might be a relatively new concept in education, but have quickly proved to positively contribute to children’s STEM learning, a new research study has found.
The Australian Good Meat Virtual Classroom program provides primary aged students from all around Australia with an exciting opportunity to interact directly with Beef, Lamb and Goat farmers via live video stream.
A world first review of the importance of nature play could transform children’s play spaces, supporting investment in city and urban parks, while also delivering important opportunities for children’s physical, social and emotional development.
Pauline Hanson has blamed ‘lazy' Indigenous parents for fueling dismal school attendance rates in a speech attacking Indigenous Australians for poor Closing the Gap outcomes.
Year 8 students at Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College recently participated in an innovative new STEM program that focused on finding a solution to climate change – by moving to Mars.