Brush up on the fundamentals of writing so you can be confident in communicating your message.
TAFE students sailing the sea in simulator
Maritime Operations students are tested to gauge their situational awareness and ability to handle pressure.
Telling stories and making history
Australian Journalist Tiania Stevens has travelled the world as a news reporter. Her advice to journalism students: Don’t be afraid! Ask questions, even the hard ones. If you think something could be a story, it probably is. Be nosy. If you are in a pub, out walking, at a cafe, keep your eyes and ears open!
Prepare to Fail or Prepare to Succeed
Reading one good book can change the direction of a young person’s life.
Technology in the classroom
iPads are now an important part of learning in primary schools. Photo: Brad Flickinger/CC/Flickr BY BRIM GARRETT @iusecomicsans Technology is an important part of teaching in schools, starting as early as kindergarten. Brim spoke with primary school teacher Michelle, who teaches at Stanmore Public School, about the ways teachers integrate apps and programs in their classrooms.
The bilingual advantage
By Francesca Muscatello Finding the right path for your child can be a decision that many parents find daunting when choosing a school. Would your child thrive more in a language focused school than in a sports orientated one? This is the problem that many parents face when choosing an appropriate school for their children.
The learning age
BY ALI JEFFREY “We are on the dawn of the death of education and the birth of learning.” – Stephen Heppell, educationalist. Many educational reformists, both locally and internationally, recognise that the world we live in now is very different from the post-industrial one of last century. As manufacturing and many other professions are tossed out the […]