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teach questions, not answers: science literacy is a crucial skill

Teach questions, not answers: science literacy is a crucial skill

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Image: Shuttlestock It seems today the mistrust of official health advice and spread of “alternative” treatments for COVID-19 are as frightening as the virus itself. How is it that so many people are ill-informed (and seemingly...
top students tips on how to write an artist resume

Top Students Tips on How to Write an Artist Resume

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A resume is the first step to landing your career job as an artist. It should be up-to-date and include every piece of information that will make you stand out. Also, tailor your art...
building communities – schooling in the time of covid-19

Building Communities – Schooling in the Time of Covid-19

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A look at how people are coping with schooling and education in this global pandemic, and how it has affected students, parents and teachers around the world.  Carlie is a teacher aide at Brisbane Independent...
fee cuts for nursing and teaching but big hikes for law and humanities in package expanding university places

Fee cuts for nursing and teaching but big hikes for law and humanities in...

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Picture: Paul William/AAP The federal government will fund an extra 39,000 university places by 2023 in a package that will restructure the amounts students have to pay for courses to encourage them to “make more...
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7 Tips on How to Write an A-Grade Argumentative Essay

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An argumentative essay is a statement of the author’s thoughts on a given topic. It tells the situation, the problems of the topic, the position of the person. If you want to write an...
most government information on covid-19 is too hard for the average australian to understand

Most government information on COVID-19 is too hard for the average Australian to understand

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 Image: Shuttlestock Almost half of Australian adults struggle with reading. Similar levels of struggling readers are reported in the United Kingdom and United States. This does not mean all struggling readers are illiterate. It means they often struggle to...
global property investment from home – an innovative lockdown solution

The Top Five Features to Look for in a Student Management System

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A student management system is designed to assist teachers and students in the learning process to make it more efficient and organized. An optimized management system can help students during the entire learning journey...
australia lifts to be among top ten countries in maths and science

Australia lifts to be among top ten countries in maths and science

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Image: Shuttlestock Results from the longest running large-scale international assessment of maths and science show Australia has significantly improved in Year 8 maths and science, and Year 4 science. More than 580,000 students from 64 countries participated...
it’s not just about the rise in anti-semitism: why we need real stories for better holocaust education in australia

It’s not just about the rise in anti-Semitism: why we need real stories for...

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 Image: Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Poland. Shutterstock On January 27 communities worldwide commemorated the liberation of Auschwitz — the largest complex of concentration camps and extermination centres during the Holocaust. This is the first year the International...
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...