Give automated marking a chance

Educators should have an open mind about computers assessing creative work. MOHAN DHALL writes.

For argument’s sake

Champion debater and Year 10 student KHEVALIN PAREKH on how competitive debating has enriched her personality and taught her many life skills

Preschools urged to offer Hindi language learning in 2018

Applications are now open for participation in the ELLA program which engages pre-schoolers with languages other than English through a series of fun, play-based apps.

Why tests are needed

Quantifiable evidence can help improve the performance of students - and teachers as well

My high school life

Holiday to-do list, welcoming Lord Ganesha… and making my own USB case! ANANYA WAKHARE writes.

Anirudh Kathirvel, a neuroscientist in the making

An interesting phenomenon in visual perception takes young Melbourne student to an international neuroscience contest, writes SUDARSHAN ARVIND
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How something is acquired, so it is retained

Authenticity is born in the silent purity of effort. Understanding the depth of meaning in the aphorism, “how something is acquired - so it is retained” is central to authentic teaching, authentic management and leadership,...
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My high school life

It’s true, time flies. I can’t believe that Year 8 is just around the corner! Like any other term in Year 7, Term 3 is fully packed with lots of work and activities. Since...

Indian-origin boy with IQ higher than Einstein wins UK Child Genius show

Rahul has an IQ of 162 – thought to be higher than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking, The Daily Mail quoted. A 12-year-old Indian-origin boy from north London has won the Child Genius show broadcast...

Light in the dark

Enactus is a global non-profit organisation which uses entrepreneurial action to empower individuals to improve their livelihoods. Through implementing various sustainable projects, namely, PeerLink, and the Women’s Creative Hub, Enactus Macquarie University has been...