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.
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.
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.
Former Queensland Labor MP Karen Struthers has pivoted academia, but that doesn't mean she's forgotten about local communities. Now a Griffith University academic, she is evaluating a youth-led, anti-domestic violence program in Logan.
'Like a girl' used to connote weakness. Though it doesn't any more, there's been little comprehensive evidence to support girls' physical abilities. Now, a team of researchers including USYD's Marnee McKay have found even more material than expected.
Jessie Hughes is only in her early 20s, but she is already a socially-minded tech entrepreneur: she's created SignVR - a virtual reality platform that aids in teaching Auslan. With more funding, she hopes to bring it to Australian classrooms soon.