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Rebecca Collie

11/18/2018
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A new study shows that girls tend to lose faith in maths faster than boys - but it also revealed some promising solutions.

Duration:00:05:08

Liz Pellicano

11/5/2018
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Macquarie University's Professor Liz Pellicano has some news about autistic girls.

Duration:00:20:32

Jean Hinchliffe

11/1/2018
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Fifteen-year-old Jean Hinchliffe explains why she's going on strike.

Duration:00:04:31

Marion Maddox

10/23/2018
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Did you now that up until 1967, private schools received no government funding? Macquarie University's Professor Marion Maddox laments this, explains why it happened, and outlines its negative consequences.

Duration:00:37:25

Charlene Smith

10/21/2018
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If Australia's luck is running out, we need capabilities more than ever. The Mitchell Institute's Charlene Smith explains how they can be embedded in education.

Duration:00:12:01

David Leyonhjelm

9/21/2018
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Libertarian Senator David Leyonhjelm shares his unique take on the latest school funding announcement.

Duration:00:22:21

Tele Tan

9/10/2018
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Curtin University's Professor Tele Tan talks ICT programs for teens with autism.

Duration:00:24:03

Rose Pennington

9/9/2018
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Primary school teacher and ACU education lecturer Rose Pennington describes how compassion can be instilled in students - even in those who you least expect.

Duration:00:08:36

Eva Kimonis

8/7/2018
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Eva Kimonis discusses a new program, aimed at curbing antisocial behaviours in young children.

Duration:00:21:14

Sue Thomson

8/1/2018
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Teens increasingly believe they won't go to uni. ACER'S Dr Sue Thomson explains why that's problematic.

Duration:00:07:39

Helen Watt & Paul Richardson

7/9/2018
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Professors Helen Watt and Paul Richardson agree with the government: we need more highly-qualified STEM teachers. They explain how we could get them.

Duration:00:51:24

Andrew Martin

6/15/2018
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Andrew Martin was a key consultant to a new practice guide on building resilience in young children. Here, he discusses its contents with Education Review.

Duration:00:44:19

Phil Ruthven

5/22/2018
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Futurist and IBISWorld founder Phil Ruthven shares his predictions for young people's lives.

Duration:01:07:22

Rhonda Oliver

5/3/2018
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Translanguaging sounds complicated, but it's not, Professor Rhonda Oliver assures. The boisterous Curtin University Professor explains how this language strategy can be used to help multilingual kids excel in all languages.

Duration:00:07:56

Rob McWilliams

5/2/2018
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Did you know that a disproportionate number of school prize winners play instruments? Yamaha's Education Outreach Clinician, Dr Ron McWilliams, explains why.

Duration:00:13:16

Jason Lodge

4/16/2018
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Confused? You might be after hearing that perplexity in learning can be a good thing. UQ's Jason Lodge explains.

Duration:00:15:38

Justine Dandy

4/10/2018
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If migrants don't have higher IQs, why do some of them academically exceed their non-migrant peers at school? Senior lecturer at Edith Cowan University, Justine Dandy, explains.

Duration:00:36:10

Kim Wilson, Macquarie University

4/6/2018
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Dr Kim Wilson, from Macquarie University talks about the flipped learning model.

Duration:00:12:23

David Hetherington

4/5/2018
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A $20 billion dollar loss sounds like - and is a fortune. But what does it mean in real terms? And what does it indicate about the equality gap in Australian schooling? The Public Education Foundation's David Hetherington explains.

Duration:00:10:10

David Gregory

3/5/2018
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David Gregory has failed, many times. He thinks that's made him a better person, and wants to teach today's children that lesson. As an outdoor educator, he advocates for experiential learning to build resilience, independence, creativity, and social and emotional skills. Now, he's building on his teacher toolkit by learning from others.

Duration:01:10:30