The problem with many of today’s STEM resources is that they’re ‘alarmingly uninspiring’, Stile Education CEO, Byron Scaf, tells The Educator
It’s one thing to integrate your school’s ICT network with the technology your staff and students are using – but are you using the right technology?
Brian Keeley, Microsoft’s South Australian state director, told The Educator how a new innovation centre is helping students prepare for the “digital workplace”.
The Educator looks at how one school’s learning outcomes have improved as a result of using collaborative technology.
“Coaching is unlocking a person’s potential to maximise performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them”, said coaching guru, Sir John Whitmore.
A primary school teacher’s simple idea to learn more about her students has now gone viral on social media.
A new prevention program developed by the Australian Multicultural Foundation (AMF) aims to identify and stop violent behaviour before it develops.
Some old-school teachers might scoff at the idea. Others might applaud it as a stroke of genius.