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Killer Apps for the Classroom? Developing Critical Perspectives on ClassDojo and the ‘Ed-tech’ Industry

Ben Williamson raises significant questions for teachers and school systems to consider when apps such as ClassDojo are permitted entry

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Why Exercise for Cognitive and Mental Health is Especially Important in the Senior Years

David Lubans, Angus Leahy, Jordan Smith and Narelle Eather make the case for continuing physical activity into the senior school

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Preparing for the Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Education in Australia

Kalervo Gulson, Sam Sellar, Andrew Murphie and Simon Taylor argue we can act now to ensure the Australian experience of

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‘Asians always do well’: Getting Behind the Stereotypes of ‘Ethnic Success’ in NSW

Christina Ho makes the case for improved understanding of the complex relationships between ethnicity, class and school achievement… James Ruse

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More Than ‘On-the-Job’ Skills: Why Your Students Will Need University Qualified TAFE Teachers

Pat Forward explains the importance of degree-level teaching qualifications to TAFE teachers… Many K-12 teachers have family and personal connections

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The Making of a Teacher: Why NAPLAN is not Good Enough for Us

Richard Gill has directed the finest Australian Operas. He looks back on his time as a teacher and considers NAPLAN’s

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Professional Standards: Threats and Possibilities

Tom Alegounarias suggests that teachers should be aware of moves towards deregulation masquerading as progressive public policy… While the world

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Preschool: Two Years are Better Than One

Stacey Fox makes the case for improved access to high quality preschool education and professional learning … A child’s brain

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Next Big Thing in Education: Small Data

Pasi Sahlberg and Jonathan Hasak First published in Washington Post, 9 May 2016 One thing that distinguishes schools in the

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Public and Proud: Reclaiming the Essence of Public Schooling in Australia

Alan Reid A large achievement gap between rich and poor blights Australian education – and the gap appears to be

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