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    The Advantages of using SMART boards in the classroom for 12K teachers

    By Lumme
    Community contribution / October 31, 2017

    We’re going to explore what the actual advantages of using the SMART board in your classroom so that you at least have all those facts to weigh against the effort of learning how to use these bad boys.

    School news / Teen charged over Brisbane school inferno

    A teenage boy has been charged with lighting the fire that tore through a heritage-listed Brisbane school.

    School news / Vic Labor offers bilingual kindergartens

    Kindergarten children across Victoria will have access to lessons in a range of languages under the state Labor Government's latest education election promise.

    Feature / School funding wars - a long and sordid history

    Scott Morrison’s $4.6 billion funding package for Catholic and independent schools marks the latest entry in the seemingly-endless school funding wars.

    School news / Sketchnoting – so much more than scribbles

    Are you good at taking notes, but not so good at actually remembering what you’ve learned? It might be worth giving sketchnoting a try.

    Professional development / CONASTA 67 provides opportunity for networking with like-minded

    CONASTA 67 was once again a huge event, boasting keynotes from science education heavy-weights and a record-breaking attendance.

    Professional development / Local innovation conference explodes in popularity

    ProjectNEST, Kurri Kurri High School’s future-focused education conference, has changed a lot over the last three years.

    Opinion / Ruddock’s review is a witch hunt on gay teachers

    The recommendations of the Ruddock's religious freedom review have set the cat amongst the pigeons.

    Opinion / Stop the war on teachers

    There’s a war being waged on school teachers that is destroying our education systems and the teaching profession as we know it.

    School news / Fire devastates historic Brisbane school

    A suspicious fire has destroyed three buildings at a heritage-listed Brisbane school, and left a fourth badly damaged.

    School news / Qld Govt challenged over union proposal

    The Queensland education minister's office helped fine-tune a program to introduce students to unions - before the premier denied there was any formal proposal before her Labor Government, according to a report.