The world in which students and teachers live in is changing at the speed of light.
The rise of social media ...
Dr Carol Aldous of Flinders University has found strong evidence that intuitive, non-cognitive thought processes are vital to solving mathematical problems.
Ask any teacher who is still in the classroom today about what has changed in the last few decades of education, and their answer will inevitably include the biggest shakeup to education: smartphones.
More than 1500 schools have signed up to scrap school donations in favour of a guaranteed payment from the Government next year, Education Minister Chris Hipkins announced today.
Young Dark Emu – A Truer History is possibly the most important book ever written for Australian school children.
Over 7000 Queensland Catholic school teachers and support staff will walk off the job tomorrow, with the state’s independent education union threatening further action unless their demands are met.
A new digital literacy program is helping eliminate the 'summer slump' in reading and writing achievement many students face when they return to school after the six-week summer holidays.
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.