- Govt rhetoric on student radicalisation throws fuel on the fire, says expert
Tony Abbott’s rhetoric on student radicalisation is making the problem worse, warns Dr Clarke Jones, a specialist in counter-radicalisation and criminology.
- How secure is your school’s data?
The use of digital devices in staffrooms and classrooms is commonplace, but just how focused are schools on securing their ICT infrastructure?
- Humour workshop gives students comedic relief
The Educator looks at how one teacher is using the power of comedy to brighten up the classroom and provide a unique learning experience for his students.
- A principal’s appeal: ‘there is no other choice’
Integrating students with disabilities into mainstream classes has broad benefits and rewards, Alexandra Hills State School principal, Wayne Fetcher, tells The Educator.
- Anti-cheating strategy won’t fail, say teachers
In-class assignments are a simple and effective way for schools to prevent students from cheating, Maurie Mulheron tells The Educator.
- Is this education’s biggest game-changer?
Cincinnati Day School teacher, Rob Baker, tells The Educator why he believes he has created the most powerful digital learning tool ever made.