The Educator catches up with an award-winning principal who’s based in the middle of the Great Victoria Desert
Schools are still getting to grips with the legal intricacies of social media
Open plan classrooms are widely touted as ideal environments for students to learn, but is there enough research to back this claim up?
The Educator speaks with principal Russell Deer of Braemar College, who shares his views on driving students to be the makers of – and not just users of – technology.
Uniform eligibility criteria can bridge the gap between public and private students who need language support, Gaenor Dixon, national president of Speech Pathology Australia tells The Educator.
The traditional school model is broken and in dire need of classrooms that foster self-knowledge and entrepreneurialism, says AltSchool founder, Max Ventilla.
The Queensland government will soon give its schools a modern makeover with the aim of “preparing students for the jobs tomorrow will offer”.
The Educator investigates the use of biometric technologies in schools, and their implications for student privacy.