How exactly do you arm students with the skills they need to forge a career in the music industry?
At Queensland’s Music Industry College, setting students up for a potent career in the music industry is an endeavour that’s integrated into all aspects of teaching and learning. Here we chat with principal Brett Wood about the school’s ‘real world’ approach to music education and why it is going from strength to strength.
This story appeared in the June 2016 edition of Australian Teacher Magazine.
Dressed in spacesuits, students depressurise in a simulated airlock before stepping out onto the red, rocky surface.
It’s finally time to vote in the 2019 Corwin & EducationHQ Unsung Heroes Awards.
This year’s winner of the NSW Premier’s Financial Literacy and Capability Scholarship is determined to get every bit of value out of the privilege.
Matthew Scadding knows that by infusing technology and STEM teaching with a distinct ‘human side’, young girls will champion projects with a whole lot of heart.
So often it’s left to a sole teacher, if not a small band of teachers, to create and drive a school’s theatrical show. So what’s it like when students and parents are on board 100 per cent, too?
Humpty Doo students recently had the unique opportunity to learn from NASA engineers.
In September this year, the Greens’ move to block the “Choice and Affordability” slush fund for private schools was knocked back by the Liberals and Labor. Here’s what you need to know about this unfair fund and why the money should be going to pu...
Having developed a wellbeing program for students that incorporates biofeedback and gaming technology, Professor Dianne Vella-Brodrick shares her take on how schools can use technology to foster positive wellbeing practices with students.
Students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) are more likely to achieve at school if they feel a sense of belonging regardless of whether or not they report being bullied, a research project has found.
The Government has announced a major overhaul of the 30-year-old Tomorrow’s Schools system, stripping schools of the right to manage their own enrolment zones.