Video games have been helping kids to learn for years, here's how.
Feel like something will be easy to remember? Your prediction may be influenced by how clearly the information was presented in the first place.
Assessment should be a part of teaching and learning at universities. It's important because it will subvert exclusion and allow all students to take responsibility for their work.
A look at the issue of class sizes.
Competence is not a human trait. Let's leave it for the robots.
Tinkering with the brain's electrical field shows tantalizing promise for boosting memory, but it doesn't always work. A new study offers one reason why.
The Victorians had some interesting solutions to the problem of telling children where our stuff comes from.
The importance of speaking other languages in a post-Brexit world.
Because the world can look different to a child on the autism spectrum.
Can disturbed sleep patterns have an impact on a child’s ability to acquire language and vocabulary?
Child refugees talk about their experience of transitioning into a new high school in Australia.
Saving students through the medium of comics.
Schools need to have a formal policy in place for how to deal with heatwaves effectively and keep children cool and well.
Focusing on the opportunity to learn gap removes the emphasis from locating "the problem" in the person, and turns our attention to the differences in access to educational resources.
17% of the Australian population is now of various Asian backgrounds. School curriculum around Asia-Australia relations needs updating to reflect demograpic changes.
Our enemy is complacency – blaming the post-codes, fixing the students not the system, and arguing for more resources to continue what is not working.
Many young children can give the false impression that they are learning to read, when in fact they are mostly guessing words from pictures or context. This test will help to identify these students.
The gap between boys and girls starts early and grows quickly.
There are lots of ways teachers greatly influence children’s outcomes, including improving motivation and resilience.
Failing to provide an appropriate education for students who are gifted increases the risk of mental health issues, boredom, frustration, and behavioural problems.