- Principal gets creative to improve students’ online security
In a digital age, managing students’ online security can be a complex issue for parents and teachers, which is why one principal decided to take action.
- Why pen beats keyboard when it comes to learning
Taking notes on digital devices rather than in longhand is an increasingly common but decreasingly effective way of learning, research shows.
- Inclusive education helping students most in need
In the midst of the disability funding crisis, one school has made changes to provide its special needs students with a quality education.
- 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.
- Opinion: Key lessons in ICT infrastructure
In order to be prepared for complex IT challenges, it is critical for schools to have a unified monitoring tool in place, writes Andrew Timms.
- Maker spaces: classrooms of the future?
EduTech’s youngest ever keynote speaker, 13 year old Super Awesome Sylvia, explains how maker spaces could be the classrooms of the future.