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Whittlesea tech School teams STEM students with industries of the future Whittlesea tech School teams STEM students with industries of the future. Its design supports transdisciplinary projects, critical thinking and the ability to prototype, iterate and pitch entrepreneurial solutions ‘just in time’.
Osmo and Disney make AI magic Osmo have teamed up with Disney to launch a new AI powered kit for children. Osmo makes hands-on learning games in which players use objects in the real world to interact with the digital world.
Atlantis Beach school’s off grid solution For a new college in WA with no connection to the grid and dependent on diesel generators, going solar was the right option.
Learn to code with Lanie Helena Ingram is the author of Lanie Learns to Code and the recent founder of Tuxedo Park Labs.  Her new children’s book, Lanie Learns to Code, will be launching on Kickstarter very soon.
High ability students supported in Vic classrooms High ability students at all Victorian primary and secondary schools will be supported with extension programs through a $60.2 million investment by the Vic Labor Government.
Latest book from John Hattie out Visible Learning Guide to Student Achievement critically examines the major influences shaping student achievement today, it has been released this month in a revised version.
Indigenous youth have most psychological distress In 2018, more than three in ten (31.9%) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people met the criteria for psychological distress, compared to 23.9% for non-Indigenous young people.
Victorian pair receive top maths honours Outstanding primary teachers named winners at the 2019 Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) Choose Maths Awards.
Education institutions see most Trojan attacks Education was the top industry globally impacted by Trojans in 2018, and cybersecurity company Malwarebytes Labs has identified this trend will continue to accelerate in 2019.
Encourage STEM to fight climate change With thousands of Australian students pressuring world leaders to urgently address climate change, attention must now turn to how as a society we can better support their passionate pleas into future careers.
Move to waive tertiary debts for remote teachers welcomed Finding teachers is hard, finding teachers that are willing to work in a rural remote setting is harder still and incentives to assist are to be encouraged.
Berwick Primary School takes the Wakakirri Primary title and Hoppers Crossing wins Wakakirri Secondary Berwick Primary School in Victoria has claimed the top award in the biggest performing arts festival for schools in Australia and Hoppers Crossing Secondary College took out the Secondary title.
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