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        Education Today
        Education Today
        For Education Leaders
        Be cyber secure at home
        Be cyber secure at home
        Home learning cyber attacks up by 667% The rapid move to home learning could be a cyber security threat with the risk of ransomware, phishing and other cyber-attacks.
        No help sought
        No help sought
        Young not seeking eating disorder help It looks like eating disorders and body image issues are rife in the young but many are not seeking help as they don’t consider that the disorders are really illnesses and don’t want to risk losing autonomy.
        A visionary teacher
        A visionary teacher
        Scott Sleap’s STEAM hotbed There is a troubling contradiction in NSW’s Hunter region; youth unemployment sits at about 30 per cent while jobs at advanced engineering companies like Boeing and BAE Systems go unfilled and companies need to look outside of the region for employees.That disconnect and setting it right has been Scott Sleap’s concern for 10 years or more now, so the name will be familiar. And he has been busy, it’s quite hard to keep up with the STEM initiatives Sleap has been involved in.
        Virtual new normal
        Virtual new normal
        From campus to home: your effective remote learning rollout We can be engaged, present and productive, virtually.
        Pat Devlin, Director, South Pacific (ANZ), Aruba
        Changes changes
        Changes changes
        COVID-19 Impact: Year 12 ATAR calculation will change Year 12 students will receive an ATAR university entrance rank in 2020 but assessment authorities will have to change how scores are calculated during the COVID-19 pandemic.
        Art on the brain
        Art on the brain
        Teaching primary school kids about the brain through art Primary school students around Australia are being encouraged to think about how amazing their brains are through a national art competition.
        Get busy making a biz
        Get busy making a biz
        You can’t keep a future girl boss (locked)down Free online eLearning course is inspiring and equipping the next generation of women to change the world.
        Fleur Anderson
        Breathe
        Breathe
        Breathe deeply and give voice to your career Your voice reveals a lot about you and it can help, or hinder, your career. The key to a confident, clear voice is all in the way that you’re breathing and you’re probably not doing it right.
        Direction needed
        Direction needed
        Device use needs direction  The questions should centre on how to use digital devices in a positive way.

        Articles

        Intentionality
        Intentionality
        An Engine of Intentionality: How consciously informed agency defies the odds Socioeconomic disadvantage does not mean low achievement.
        Adam Inder, BSc; MTeach
        Invitational education
        Invitational education
        Making systems theories work through an invitational framework The purpose of this paper is to share theories of practice that have guided reform at Clarkson Community High School in Western Australia.  
        John S Young, Principal Clarkson Community High School
        Say hi AI
        Say hi AI
        A ready-made curriculum for teaching AI AI is the next disruptive technology, maybe the most disruptive of all, it’s already touching and revolutionising pretty much everything from marking papers to finding your way around town.
        Next gen programmers needed
        Next gen programmers needed
        GitHub needs help nurturing the next generation of programmers Sam Hunt VP APAC of GitHub says, “code is the paintbrush of the 21st century”, and he wants people to get involved.
        Hack against the virus
        Hack against the virus
        Winners announced for Flatten the Curve Hackathon Over 48 hours of intense, white knuckle hacking more than 2400 competitors from 10 different time zones formed teams and set out to solve some of the biggest challenges our nation and world face during the COVID-19 pandemic.
        Scientists on tap
        Scientists on tap
        New ANSTO STEAM Club sees great response Kids like STEAM if the results of the ANSTO new online STEAM Club are anything to go by, over 1000 subscribed within days of its launch in time for the school holidays.
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