Bec West has been a teacher for 16 years, and like most of her peers is an advocate for inclusive learning, and passionate about building strong learning communities. Unlike most of her peers Bec also has about 8,000 people from around the world who subscribe to her YouTube videos where she shares her teaching insights and experiences. While just over half of the... Read more
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Australian National University (ANU) is the top-ranked university in Australia, and the 24th best university in the world. Researchers at ANU contribute to this prestigious ranking by advancing knowledge and conducting groundbreaking studies, including cutting-edge genomics research. Over the past year, Dr. Sebastian Kurscheid, a research fellow in the Department of Genome... Read more
Teaching children with autism brings a unique set of challenges to the classroom – which is why Matt Harrison encourages them to first defuse a bomb. Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is a co-operative virtual reality computer game where the player wearing the VR headset is trapped in a (virtual) room with a bomb they must defuse. The other players have the... Read more
Join us in our upcoming webinars aimed at school educators and IT managers. The Inclusive Classroom Wednesday March 20th 4-5pm AEDT Presented by: Troy Waller Click to register now: The Inclusive Classroom Webinar Microsoft's mission is to empower all people and all organisations to achieve more. The classroom is no different. Microsoft Windows and Windows-based... Read more
As many parents already know, the process of applying for selective or private schools can be complex and emotionally fraught. Application forms need to be completed, documents submitted and potential students tested and interviewed. It’s no less complex from the other side with schools needing to manage the often cumbersome and traditionally paper-based application... Read more
Saint Stephen’s College applies coding to the curriculum, empowering students to achieve their full potential
Saint Stephen’s College is a co-ed Prep to Year 12 independent school on Queensland’s Gold Coast. With around 1,350 students, one of the core tenets of the school is to ensure students are empowered to achieve their full potential. Key to that, according to the director of eLearning, Matthew Jorgensen, is equipping students with the confidence to engage with, and... Read more