The pandemic lifestyle we are all adjusting to is the life families of children with cancer have already been living. But there have been positives, too.
Bien que parents et enseignants semblent les deux jouer un rôle positif pour la motivation scolaire, le rôle de l'enseignant est beaucoup plus prépondérant que celui du parent.
Il importe d’écouter les besoins et les idées des étudiants et de leur permettre une participation active afin qu’ils développent un bon sentiment de compétence et une motivation scolaire de qualité.
Senate Inquiry report “A way forward” recommended Aboriginal heritage protection be co-designed with Aboriginal people. However WA’s new Aboriginal Heritage Act seems to prioritise mining interests.
The average amount of meat a person ate each year worldwide increased from 29.5kg in 2000 to 34kg in 2019. But there are some surprising differences between nations, including Australia and NZ.
Open access to COVID-19 research accelerated the development of solutions. The urgency of climate change demands the same approach, but more than half of Australian research is still behind paywalls.
Tiny pieces of an asteroid have revealed an unlikely origin for much of the water in Earth’s oceans.
Most of Australia’s books are distributed by just one company. The stress of COVID has hit this supplier, and your local bookshop.
Much has changed since the Trump administration pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal in 2018, and good will is seriously lacking.
Preparing young people for their future requires teachers to be climate change educators, but the federal government has resisted its inclusion in the curriculum. It’s up to states to take the lead.
Here’s what the Australian Federal Police’s new campaign gets wrong.
Astronomers hunting extraterrestrials were excited to discover an intriguing signal, but closer inspection has revealed it wasn’t aliens.
Now restrictions are easing, some people who have not used alcohol or other drugs recently may start to use them again, and need to be aware of their reduced tolerance.
For young people, super is the biggest single asset they have – so it’s worth knowing what the law says on how it could be split if a relationship ends.
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A French trial will use virtual reality headsets to trigger empathy in perpetrators. But previous research findings suggest we need to be sceptical of claims about what the technology can do.
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George Orwell’s 1945 novel is given a playful contemporary adaptation by Black Swan State Theatre Company.
CNSA Lunar Exploration and Space Engineering Center
Volcanic Moon rocks collected by a Chinese probe last year are around 2 billion years old, a new analysis shows. That’s a billion years younger than those brought back by the Apollo and Luna missions.
Wild sandalwood populations in Australia have been slowly collapsing for decades. New research found the Western Australian government has been warned repeatedly for a century.
There have been some very public examples of ‘compliance fatigue’. But tracking behaviour shows Australians have been responding to rules and perceived risks – and all our efforts matter.
La Russie va-t-elle se mettre à vendre des sous-marins nucléaires ?
Du fait de la signature du fameux traité AUKUS, la Russie, qui possède ses propres sous-marins nucléaires, pourrait renforcer sa flotte et, aussi, commercialiser certains appareils…
Ilgari Inyayimaha (Shared Sky), painted by artists Margaret Whitehurst, Jenny Green, Barbara Merritt, Charmaine Green, Kevin Merritt, Sherryl Green, Tracey Green, Wendy Jackamarra, Susan Merry, Johnaya Jones, Gemma Merritt, Craig ‘Chook’ Pickett, and Nerolie Blurton.
A new 3D film follows two children as they discover the astrophysical story of the universe and Yamaji stories of the sky and land. Making it was an extraordinary cross-cultural experience.