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
Taking notes on digital devices rather than in longhand is an increasingly common but decreasingly effective way of learning, research shows.
In the midst of the disability funding crisis, one school has made changes to provide its special needs students with a quality education.
In-class assignments are a simple and effective way for schools to prevent students from cheating, Maurie Mulheron tells The Educator.
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.
EduTech’s youngest ever keynote speaker, 13 year old Super Awesome Sylvia, explains how maker spaces could be the classrooms of the future.
The AEU says new data has confirmed its claims that students with a disability are entrenched in a worsening funding crisis.