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Books offer a healing retreat for youngsters caught up in a pandemic

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  Picture: Johnny McClung/Unsplash Parents at a loss to find activities for their children during COVID lockdowns can encourage them to escape into a book. New research shows how reading books can help young people escape from...
providing quality early childhood education: important components of a curriculum

Providing Quality Early Childhood Education: Important Components of a Curriculum

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As a parent, you might find it difficult to choose the right early childhood program for your kid. You perfectly understand that the environment you expose to your kid has a huge impact on...
the trends shaping childcare today

The Trends Shaping Childcare Today

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The childcare industry is an industry that has gone from one string to the next over the years time and again. and in recent years, it has begun to evolve and shift with the...
proposed new curriculum acknowledges first nations’ view of british ‘invasion’ and a multicultural australia

Proposed new curriculum acknowledges First Nations’ view of British ‘invasion’ and a multicultural Australia

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  Picture: Shuttlestock Proposed changes to the Foundation to Year 10 Australian Curriculum were released for public consultation late last week. While many of these changes are minor tweaks and refinements, much like a curriculum oil...
heroes, villains … biology: 3 reasons comic books are great science teachers

Heroes, villains … biology: 3 reasons comic books are great science teachers

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  Image: Shuttlestock People may think of comics and science as worlds apart, but they have been cross-pollinating each other in more than ways than one. Many classic comic book characters are inspired by biology such...
less than half of australian adults know how to identify misinformation online

Less than half of Australian adults know how to identify misinformation online

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  Picture: Shuttlestock For most of us, it’s hard to imagine a media-free day. Understanding what’s happening in the world, maintaining our social media profiles, staying in touch with family, being entertained, making new friends, engaging...
after a year of digital learning and virtual teaching, let’s hear it for the joy of real books

After a year of digital learning and virtual teaching, let’s hear it for the...

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 Picture: Shuttlestock We know COVID-19 and its associated changes to our work and learning habits caused a marked increase in the use of technology. More surprising, perhaps, is the impact these lockdowns have had on...
campion college degree rated australia’s #1 ba

Campion College Degree Rated Australia’s #1 BA

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Campion College is pleased to announce that our Bachelor of Arts degree has been rated as the top degree program in Australia. Check out students experience here of Campion College Australia Through the Undergraduate Student...
no, people aren’t unemployed because they’re lazy. we should stop teaching children myths about work

No, people aren’t unemployed because they’re lazy. We should stop teaching children myths about...

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 Image: Shuttlestock The narratives that define our culture are subtle sometimes. We all like the shared belief that hard work has good outcomes. For instance, you go to school to get a job. If you...
toys online  (the 2021 toy fair)

TOYS OnLine (The 2021 Toy Fair)

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If you have ever been to a major trade fair, you will be familiar with the ‘push and shove’ that can happen while you’re weaving your way around the exhibits checking out the different...