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Teachers want to connect with students in ways that help them learn. Government of Prince Edward Island

The same people excel at object recognition through vision, hearing and touch – another reason to let go of the learning styles myth

The idea that each person has a particular learning style is a persistent myth in education. But new research provides more evidence that you won’t learn better in one modality than another.
Peter Dutton walks past a screen outlining cyber attacks around the world while visiting the Australian Signals Intelligence Directorate in March last year. Mick Tsikas/AAP

Eavesdroppers, code-breakers and digital snoops: a deep dive into one of the most secret branches of Australian intelligence

Much of the history of signals intelligence in Australia – revealing secrets and protecting one’s own – is tacit and poorly understood. A new book lifts the lid on this world.
South African foreign minister, Naledi Pandor, right, hosts US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, for the SA-US Strategic Dialogue in Pretoria, in August 2022. Jacoline Schoonees/Dirco

Sandton terror alert: time for South Africa to improve its intelligence sharing channels with the US

Tensions between the US and South Africa – this time over the terror alert – are nothing new. Their relations have always had highs and lows since South Africa became a democracy in 1994.

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