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Support strategies for refugee students published

Making the transition from high school to university is challenging for most students, and can be even more difficult for those with refugee backgrounds. Recognising the unique struggles refugee students face in entering tertiary education, Charles Sturt University researchers have ...

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Parents unaware of kids’ online activities

Mums and dads are mostly in the dark about their child’s online activities and are avoiding crucial conversations about privacy and securities practices, a new survey shows. Polling 600 Australian parents across the country, the Norton by Symantec survey reveals ...

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OpenLearning launches hackathon for educators

One of Australia’s leading MOOC providers has launched Teach-a-thon – a hackathon for educators who want to run their own creative online courses. Embracing the spirit of a hackathon, an intensive, short term collaboration with software designers, OpenLearning will kick ...

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Tap the app for a relief teacher

A leading national jobsite for education has launched a new smart phone app that will allow principals to book relief teachers more easily and cost-effectively. The new app, Tap for Teacher, launched this week on teachers.on.net allows schools to contact ...

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