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University-led flash mob dances up a storm
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High school students fail on financial literac [...]
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University-led flash mob dances up a storm
Notre Dame students’ flash mob routine applauded by Lance Holt students. Second year health and physical education students from the University of Notre Dame recently took part in a three-minute flash mob routine for primary school students from Lance Holt School. A More..
Tuggerah rolls out revolutionary US schools programs
Tuggerah Lakes Secondary College, with support from the University of Newcastle, is the first school in New South Wales to deliver a revolutionary accelerated learning program developed in the United States. The program – Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) – uses More..
Push for principal certification
Education industry professionals are rallying behind the push for national voluntary principal certification to foster better school leadership and improve student performance. Principals Australia Institute’s call for a certification model for Australian principals will acknowledge high-performing principals and their skills in a More..
High school students fail on financial literacy
New research shows many high school students are struggling with financial literacy. University of Melbourne researcher professor Ian Ramsay said new research showed concerning trends about the lack of skills in many young people regarding managing finances, saving and understanding financial risk. “Young More..
Keep teachers in classrooms
University of Canberra education expert is calling for more in-school support and a better understanding of teaching to stop qualified teachers from walking away from the profession. Dr Misty Adoniou from the University of Canberra said to retain high-quality teachers More..
Supervising uni students
The Independent Education Union has had a breakthrough in its campaign to increase incentives and improve payment for teachers providing prac supervision for trainee teachers. The Australian Catholic University has become the first University to sign a memorandum of understanding More..
A joint approach to classroom science
CQUniversity’s Dr Linda Pfeiffer recently visited Brisbane for a ‘FameLab’ event designed to encourage the ‘new voices of science and engineering’. Pfeiffer presented a three-minute YouTube video detailing the possibilities for science education when passionate and enthusiastic scientists work with More..

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