Wednesday , January 24 2018

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Teachers up-skill for specialisation and mastery

While the tertiary sector conducts research; develops new techniques to enhance student wellbeing; designs accurate and meaningful assessment tools; and makes breakthroughs in special education programs, teachers are on the frontline and further study allows educators to engage with the new approaches and techniques.

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Extraordinary learning in ordinary places

Kabi Kabi educator Lyndon Davis with River School kids at their creek

Schools across Australia are opening their halls, classrooms and sports fields to visiting experts, mobile entertainers, and even travelling circus acts. Educational benefits of school events are plentiful, but an exciting visit on their ‘home’ turf also creates a sense of shared experience that students will remember.

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NSW Teachers Federation supports Safe Schools rally

Making school safe for LGBTIQ students

Supporters of the Safe Schools program will rally to demonstrate their support for schools to have access to the program, and an end to bullying in schools based on sexual orientation and gender diversity. The NSW Teachers Federation released the following on September 15, 2016. The NSW Teachers Federation supports …

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New scholarships for refugees 

scholarships

Allianz and Settlement Services International will offer forty-six scholarships, ranging from $500 to $5,000, in five categories, including primary and secondary school, vocational training, tertiary qualification and skills recognition.

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