Video games can be useful in learning English, math, history, physics and yes, even physical education. While they're not a substitute for schooling, video games are a great indoor activity.
The things we find hard to balance during COVID-19 – individual freedoms versus the group, accountability versus blame, science versus personal beliefs – are centuries old and deeply human.
Support them but make sure to respect their autonomy; encourage them to exercise, sleep and connect with friends. These are some ways to help your Year 12 child during the pre-exam period.
It's time for a new accord, with a summit led by First Nations people, bringing disparate groups together to help heal the nation and the land.
Australians who refuse vaccines spend a lot of time trying to understand vaccine choices and think they're making evidence-based decisions.
Pandemic fears could permanently harden Canadian attitudes toward immigration, and generate pressure to reduce the number of yearly arrivals.
Governments need to engage not just with anti-vaxxers, but with concerns about the safety and environmental impact of vaccines
Areas with the highest levels of mortality in the first wave do not show a significant resurgence of cases this time around. But why?
A pandemic can amplify friction and tension between jurisdictions – especially when there are political differences and existing conflict.
What is musicology and why is it important?
Cut yourself some slack. For most people, the pandemic has been a unique challenge.
International school enrolments have flatlined over the period 2016-2019, even as tertiary enrolments increased by more than 30% across the same period.
The way we deliver vaccines continues to evolve. Here's a look at needle-free vaccine technologies from history to the modern day.
A study documents how universities' centres for teaching and learning are responding to helping faculty create quality online courses for all students.
It's vital to look through a systems lens to understand how future food chains should interact and how risk should be managed. This is particularly critical as we confront a second wave of COVID-19.
Folklore isn't a whimsical fancy - it's happening all around us all the time.
Schools reopening during the current coronavirus pandemic need to calculate class sizes to prevent the spread of disease and minimize disruptions.
Medical innovation is often accelerated in a time of crisis.
An ancient Indian greeting is replacing the handshake. An expert explains its roots and why it affirms our inter-connectedness with one another.
Digital educational resources are likely to remain indispensable for modern K-12 classrooms, even after the coronavirus pandemic ends.