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Clare MacFarlane

8/2/2017
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ELR discuss paediatric therapies with Clare MacFarlane from the Napa Centre.

Duration:00:09:05

Paul Mondo

7/18/2017
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ELR interviews Australian Childcare Alliance chairman Paul Mondo about proposed introduction of an au pair visa for Australia.

Duration:00:06:28

ELR Stephanie Gotlib

6/21/2017
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Stephanie Gotlib is the chief executive officer of Children and Young People with Disability Australia (CYDA). Following Senator Pauline Hanson’s comments in parliament questioning the efficacy of mainstreaming kids with autism in preschool and school, Gotlib joined Early Learning Review to explicate her views.

Duration:00:31:44

Ken Harvey

6/14/2017
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Ken Harvey by EarlyLearningReview

Duration:00:13:00

Talking Eds: Episode 20

3/17/2017
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It’s time for episode 20 of Talking Eds! in this week’s bumber edition the team behind Campus Review, Education Review and Early Learning Review look at labeling’s adverse effect on children, whether mindfulness triggers past traumas and spar over Bond University’s new pathways program.

Duration:00:18:03

ELR Daniel Skorich On ASD.MP3

2/15/2017
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Dr Daniel Skorich is a psychology researcher at the University of Queensland. He has been researching autism spectrum disorders and has published a paper that shows the relationship between clusters of social interaction characteristics that were previously thought to be unconnected.

Duration:00:32:30

ELR Steve Clarke Objection

2/7/2017
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Professor Steve Clarke from Charles Sturt University’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences is a philosopher specialising in issues related to conscientious objection. He recently co-authored a paper on the obligations of parents who object on religious, moral or philosophical reasons to vaccinating their children. Early Learning Review spoke with professor Clarke about those obligations and other issues relating to conscientious objection.

Duration:00:39:29

Talking Eds: Episode 18

11/27/2016
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In this week’s episode of Talking Eds, the team behind Campus Review, Education Review and Early Learning Review look at the history and effect of White Ribbon Day, discuss the University of Sydney’s expansion in China and explore Torrens University’s new grad certificate, specifically for educators working with children with autism.

Duration:00:12:52

ELR Ralph Jorissen From Tarkett

11/8/2016
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Tarkett is a French company that manufactures and markets commercial flooring products, with a specific focus on education and healthcare environments. Ralph Jorissen is the managing director of Tarkett’s Australian subsidiary, which is currently rolling out its new iQ One range.

Duration:00:18:35

Talking Eds: Episode 17

11/4/2016
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In this week’s episode of Talking Eds, the team behind Campus Review, Education Review and Early Learning Review look at why parental leave double dipping seems destined to say, hear from several youngsters on the importance of listening to abuse claims, explore issues of independence when industry starts funding academia and look forward to the US Presidential Election.

Duration:00:17:02

Louise Keown

9/30/2016
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Childhood ADHD: to medicate, or not to medicate? This debate has been raging for decades, with staunch advocates on each side. Now, there’s more positive news for those in the anti-medication camp.

Duration:00:01:06

Talking Eds: Episode 13

9/9/2016
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In this week's episode of Talking Eds, the team behind Campus Review, Education Review and Early Learning Review unpack body image issues in the preschool playground, look into the USQ ecologist who was forced to withdraw from a conservation conference due to his dingo meat ideas and chat about the importance of uni rankings after yet another list was released.

Duration:00:10:59

Iain McGregor

8/18/2016
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With nearly one-third of people with epilepsy having forms resistant to current medication, some people turn to medical cannabis, driven by hope – and anecdotal evidence claiming – that it will work. Now, researchers at the University of Sydney’s Lambert Initiative, in partnership with Epilepsy Action Australia, are seeking out parents who use cannabis-based medicines to treat their child’s epilepsy.

Duration:00:20:52

ELR Talking Eds Innovation AICC

7/29/2016
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The Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce today curated a fascinating roundtable discussion on the future of innovation in Australia, with specific reference to the role the education sectors, in particular universities, are playing in this brave new world. On the panel was technologist and entrepreneur Paul Shetler, who is currently the CEO of Digital Transformation Office. Also on stage was social scientist Anne Moore, founder and CEO of PlanDo; and former telco whizz and now the founder...

Duration:01:31:17

Talkings Eds, Episode 8

7/15/2016
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In Episode 7 of Talking Eds, the team behind Campus Review, Education Review and Early Learning Review discuss how adult technology behaviour is influencing kids, how MOOCs are going mainstream, and the socioeconomic causes of bad oral hygiene and dental health.

Duration:01:11:06

Talking Eds, Episode 7

7/8/2016
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In Episode 7 of Talking Eds, the team behind Early Learning Review discuss an ambitious plan to withhold cash from families whose kids are missing school, an award winning app to detect autism and why the ABS is running a university-centric marketing campaign to promote the 2016 Census.

Duration:00:54:37

Talking Eds: Episode 5

6/24/2016
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Updating Shakespeare for the kids was all the rage a generation back, with Romeo + Juliet, 10 Things I Hate About You, Romeo Must Die and The Lion King finding new audiences for old texts. Now we have a class of talented musicians reinventing The Odyssey as urban performance art. We chat about this story and play out the track Suitors from the new production. Then, in Part 2, Loren reviews the early childhood policy forum that took place in Adelaide ahead of the federal election. Loren...

Duration:00:24:07

Penny Birdsall

6/23/2016
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Penny Birdsall by EarlyLearningReview

Duration:00:08:05

Talking Eds: Episode 4

6/17/2016
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This week on Talking Eds, the team behind Early Learning Review, Campus Review, and Education Review discuss ways to attract and retain girls and women in STEM subjects, the disparity between lucky and unlucky young Australians and go manic for words in celebration of a competition called Word Mania.

Duration:00:21:04

Talking Eds: Episode 2

6/3/2016
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On the agenda this week is the new BubDesk concept that is freeing up Mums to pursue their career goals, a look back at the big issues arising from EduTECH in Brisbane, the call to measure soft skills in schools and a discussion on La Trobe’s decision to suspend controversial academic Roz Ward over a Facebook post.

Duration:00:25:27