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The root of learning

Do you ever reflect on the experience of nature you had as a child? I often do. Fortunately for me, my experience of outdoors as a child involved camping, walking for miles along beaches, fishing, many idyllic sunsets, growing vegetables, ...

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Getting it right early

A slide in the nation’s commitment to improving early childhood education would significantly damage Australia’s economy, a leading advocacy group for children has warned. Early Childhood Australia (ECA) is urging the major parties to outline their policies on the issue ...

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Early development data released

Parents will now have access to data that details how young children in their community are faring in key developmental areas. The Australian Early Development Index, released by the government on Tuesday, will also allow national comparisons to be made. ...

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Not just fun and games

Australia can now claim top spot on the world obesity ladder. Young people are spending less time playing sport, street games and physically active recreation and more time in front of the screens. Moreover, the primary school curriculum is often ...

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New designs for learning

Australia’s education facilities are experiencing rapid change and reform in their technology, learning structures and learning environments. This poses a new set of challenges for senior management and teachers alike. After almost 200 years of teacher-centric model of learning, a ...

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