TOKYO, Sept 15 - While almost three quarters of pupils in the many countries surveyed used computers at schools, the report ...
A new curriculum-aligned education program from OzHarvest is inspiring kids to eat healthy food, waste less and become change-makers in their local communities.
When I first started teaching, I used to experience a strange out-of-body feeling as I stood in front of the class.
The students jostle for position on the grid in their sleek, streamlined machines.
Do you feel like your work as a teacher is somehow noble?
As many teachers prepare to move their classes online, some Australian universities are reaching out to provide assistance.
Some see the current situation not as a crisis for education – but rather an opportunity to gather data from this mass experiment in online learning.
As Kiwi students move to a new world of remote learning, what sort of expectations can we set for our kids, and ourselves, as parents and educators?
Tasmanian education minister Jeremy Rockliff has moved to reassure senior secondary students in the state that, despite the disruption being caused by COVID-19, they will still be able to achieve the Tasmanian Certificate of Education (TCE).
Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia have moved to close schools to most students while the two largest states eye a full lockdown of daily life as they battle to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Queensland schools will be pupil-free next week, but vulnerable children and the kids of vital workers will still be able to attend.