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9 ways video games can benefit your child

9 ways video games can benefit your child

Here’s a list of potential benefits of video games can have for your child.

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Education for all: A look at inclusive schools

Education for all: A look at inclusive schools

Inclusive schools welcome children of all abilities. Find out more about the different inclusive schools across Australia. 

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6 educational apps for primary-aged children

6 educational apps for primary-aged children

One-third of schools in Australia have their own ‘Bring your own device’ (BYOD) policy. The BYOD programme was first introduced in Australian schools as a replacement for government's Digital Education Revolution scheme.

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Does homework still make sense?

Does homework still make sense?

Some experts insist that it simply stresses students and their families, but others believe homework that is relevant, age-appropriate and engaging can instil good habits and enhance learning.

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Student Stories: How sports kept me sane in year 12

Student Stories: How sports kept me sane in year 12

I’ve been involved in sports for as long as I can remember, and I would go as far to say that it defined my childhood. 

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The importance of reading to children

The importance of reading to children

Many of us are fortunate enough to have fond childhood memories of reading time with our parents. 

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John Monash Science School's Little Scientists and Mini Mathematicians program

John Monash Science School's Little Scientists and Mini Mathematicians program

Melbourne’s John Monash Science School (JMSS) offered its inaugural Little Scientists Big Science initiative for the first time in 2011. 

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The positives of social media

The positives of social media

What good can come out of students using social networking sites?

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What's happening at John Paul College, Queensland

What's happening at John Paul College, Queensland

Located in Daisy Hill Queensland, John Paul College is one of Queensland’s largest independent, co-educational schools.

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Is mental health taken seriously in schools?

Is mental health taken seriously in schools?

Mental health is a serious issue in Australian schools, and it shouldn't be ignored.

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Busy times ahead for Western Australia's education

Busy times ahead for Western Australia's education

Western Australia's education sector is planning to upgrade public school facilities by 2021.

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Five tips for homework

Five tips for homework

Is your child struggling to get their homework done? There are so many ways to help your child out at homework, from creating a good study environment to helping them manage stress from schoolRead more

What to do if your child is being cyberbullied

What to do if your child is being cyberbullied

There are plenty of studies investigating the relationship between cyberbullying and low self-esteem among young people in Australia. 

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Teaching kids life skills

Teaching kids life skills

While academics are important, teaching children useful life skills could potentially help them get around in the future.

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Federal Election Watch: Schools

Federal Election Watch: Schools

Education is always a major talking point in the lead-up to any election.

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