Australia/October 19, 2021/By: Cait Kelly/ Source: https://www.theguardian.com Teachers, parents and pupils are all excited – but a little anxious – about the adjustment from online learning to the classroom Like … Seguir Leyendo Australia: Nerves as NSW children head back to school after months of Covid lockdown
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Australia/October 12, 2021/By. Pasi Sahlberg/Source: https://www.theguardian.com/ Education systems that treat teachers as trusted professionals adjusted better to pandemic disruption, research suggests If remote learning has shown parents anything, it is … Seguir Leyendo Australian politicians trust scientists on Covid. Why don’t they listen to teachers on school reform?
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Australia/October 08, 2021/By Manika Champ/Source: https://www.abc.net.au/ Aria Blundell’s kitchen table has been her school desk for the past few months. The six-year-old is learning from home, but not because her school has … Seguir Leyendo Homeschool registrations rising in Australia, alternative education advocates say mainstream schools need a shake-up
Australia/October 04, 2021/By: Vikram Chaudhary /Source: https://www.financialexpress.com/ Indian student intake goes down by 50% in two years: The WorldGrad survey The WorldGrad—which assists students on overseas education process—has conducted a survey … Seguir Leyendo Foreign education: Australia going down under
Australia/September 28, 2021/BY:ERUDERA COLLEGE NEWS/Source: https://collegenews.org/ International students might be able to return to their Australian education institutions through small phased programs by the end of this year potentially, and … Seguir Leyendo Education Department Reiterates More Int’l Students Could Begin Returning to Australia in 2022
Australia/September 15, 2021/by Deaundre Espejo/Source: https://honisoit.com/ 100 percent of job losses occurred in public universities. Australia’s tertiary education sector has lost 40,000 jobs over the past year, a report by progressive think-tank Centre … Seguir Leyendo Australia’s tertiary education sector shed 40,000 jobs in the last year
Australia/ 06 September, 2021/ Source/https://education.nsw.gov.au/ Starting today school, early childhood, TAFE NSW, VET and university staff can access Homebush vaccination hub for Astra Zeneca vaccines. Image:From today Education staff are … Seguir Leyendo Australia: Vaccination Blitz for Education Staff
New Zealand/September 06, 2021/By: Lee Kenny/Source: https://www.stuff.co.nz/ The University of Otago has moved most of its exams online to reduce disruption from Covid-19 restrictions. About 15,000 students will be tested … Seguir Leyendo New Zealand: University of Otago exams to be held online to prevent Covid disruption
Australia/ 01 September, 2021/ Source/ https://indaily.com.au/ Westminster School is educating for humanity to provide students with a pathway to become empathetic adults, writes principal Simon Shepherd. SPONSORED STORY This … Seguir Leyendo Australia: Designing education around valuable life lessons
Australia/September 01, 2021/By: Matilda Boseley/Source: https://www.theguardian.com/ Vice-chancellor Iain Martin says international student numbers will not return to pre-pandemic figures in the foreseeable future Deakin University has announced plans to terminate … Seguir Leyendo Australia: Deakin University to lay off more staff amid fears of second wave of education job cuts
Australia/August 26, 2021/By: RENEE CLUFF, EDITOR/Source: https://www.tropicnow.com.au/ Australian Bureau of Statistics figures show independent schools are the fastest-growing school sector in Australia, with about 35 per cent of Australian parents now … Seguir Leyendo Australia: Survey finds independent schools have the highest rate of parent satisfaction
Australia/August 13, 2021/By: Jonathan Pearlman – For The Straits Times/Source: https://www.straitstimes.com/ Australia is struggling to find a way to bring back foreign students and reboot its lucrative international education sector, … Seguir Leyendo Australia struggling to reboot international education sector