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The Brain at School: Improving Student Drawing

Zara McKenzie writes about the use of technology and Science of Learning to engage students and improve outcomes in Art

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What role for traditional skills in the digital era? Ann Rennie

As educational institutions aiming to prepare our students for active contribution in the 21st century world of globalisation we need to engage in the contest of ideas where we can combine the best of the innovative, disruptive and future orientations and benefits of technology, whilst retaining the best of those traditional pedagogical practices which have brought us thus far.

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Coding in the classroom

Many are no doubt perplexed by language that directs their children to become, “confident and creative developers of digital solutions through the application of information systems”. Should we be asking whether the government is seeking to create an entire generation of computer programmers?

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What role for traditional skills in a digital era?

As educational institutions aiming to prepare our students for active contribution in the 21st century world of globalisation we need to engage in the contest of ideas where we can combine the best of the innovative, disruptive and future orientations and benefits of technology, whilst retaining the best of those traditional pedagogical practices which have brought us thus far.

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Coding in the classroom

Today’s students will need to confidently navigate a very different future - a digital, online world with a new language and approach to work and learning. Australian schools are about to introduce the new Digital Technologies curriculum! Find out more…

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