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Deborah Corrigan

2/18/2018
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Deborah Corrigan by EducationReview

Duration:00:06:18

Pasi Sahlberg

2/6/2018
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Call him Ambassador Sahlberg: Finnish education reformer Pasi Sahlberg, in joining UNSW, wants to be the link between schools in Australia and his home country. In doing so, he hopes the divergent systems can learn from each other.

Duration:00:19:01

Alyson Simpson

2/1/2018
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Curiosity doesn't just enhance a child's general knowledge. It also predicts their school and future success - and even that of Australia. USYD Associate Professor Alyson Simpson explains how teachers can cultivate curiosity in students, and thereby do their bit for the nation.

Duration:00:09:25

Murat Dizdar

11/27/2017
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Murat Dizdar is Deputy Secretary, Operations and Performance at the NSW Department of Education. Hear Education Review in conversation with the man who went from a housing commission to Harvard.

Duration:00:51:53

Bronwyn Hinz & Hannah Matus

11/21/2017
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What happens when you make teens act like entrepreneurs? The Mitchell Institute's Bronwyn Hinz and Hannah Matus explain.

Duration:00:11:54

Alexandra Martinuik

11/9/2017
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Associate Professor Alex Martinuik explores a landmark Swedish study on low school grades and suicide.

Duration:00:10:06

Camilla Nelson

10/26/2017
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Notre Dame University's Head of English and Journalism, Professor Camilla Nelson, breaks down what the NSW HSC English syllabus shakeup means for teachers.

Duration:00:28:28

Karen Struthers

10/24/2017
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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.

Duration:00:31:00

Fiona Anson

10/19/2017
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Construction beats coding for jobs, and the rise of soft skills continues. Those are the two key findings from a recent JobGetter report. Hear its Director, Fiona Anson, tease them out.

Duration:00:47:52

Matti Wilks

8/15/2017
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Matti Wilks, a PhD candidate at UQ, has tested how children demonstrate fairness.

Duration:00:05:26

Marnee McKay

8/11/2017
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'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.

Duration:00:22:51

Jessie Hughes

7/31/2017
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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.

Duration:00:24:58

ER David Higgins WatchGuard

7/17/2017
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David Higgins is the ANZ country manager for WatchGuard Technologies. He spoke with Education Review news editor Patrick Avenell about the current cybersecurity state of play for schools.

Duration:00:01:36

John Velegrinis

7/11/2017
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John Velegrinis, chief executive of ASG, was not exactly surprised by the findings of its teacher survey. They did, however, raise some talking points, which he shared with Education Review.

Duration:00:25:31

Tim Mayfield

7/7/2017
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A nation of learned polyglots we are increasingly not. Tim Mayfield, executive director of the University of Melbourne's Asia Education Foundation, explains why this is problematic.

Duration:00:19:54

ER 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 Education Review to explicate her views.

Duration:00:31:40

Nardia Zendarski

6/18/2017
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Nardia Zendarski was the lead researcher in a groundbreaking Murdoch Childrens Research Institute study. It found that teens with ADHD were floundering in NAPLAN exams, in large numbers.

Duration:00:15:48

ER Brother

6/8/2017
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Luke Howard (commercial market development channel manager), Stephen Bennett (pre-sales technical support specialist) and David Molloy (pre-sales solution specialist – office products & mobile print) from Brother Australia joined Education Review news editor Patrick Avenell for an interesting chat about these printers (no, seriously!).

Duration:00:36:41

ER Ivan Seselj Promapp

6/5/2017
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Ivan Seselj is the founder and CEO of Promapp, a business improvement and process management online tool sued by a wide variety of public and private companies, and government organisations, to simply their most important operations.

Duration:00:33:30

ER Jodieann Dawe

5/31/2017
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Education Review visits with Jodieann Dawe, the national manager of research and engagement at NCVER, to find out how VET programs are helping to close the gap for Indigenous Australian school-leavers.

Duration:00:23:13

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