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There is a lot of attention to 'best practices' in business studies educational courses. Perhaps we need more attention to stupidity.
by Keith Suter - 13/02/2018 - 8 comments
Reading 'No End of a Lesson' brought back so many memories of life after the ARC, and indeed during its formation.
by Don Aitkin - 31/01/2018 - 6 comments
The assertion that synthetic phonics is the single causal factor for England's rise of two places deserves close interrogation.
by Paul Gardner - 12/12/2017 - 2 comments
We know that reading skills in Australia have been declining for decades, despite huge increases in funding.
by Jo Rogers - 1/12/2017 - 16 comments
Do a search on 'boys' education' and look at the astounding number of articles determined not to help boys to learn.
by Peter West - 31/10/2017 - 26 comments
Australia's fixation with testing is one of the biggest stumbling blocks to our nation's development, ever.
by Phil Cullen - 20/09/2017 - 8 comments
Education is one of the fastest growing industries in Australia, soon to reach number four spot as an employer Ė ahead of the traditional retail employment machine.
by Ross Elliott - 14/09/2017 - 3 comments
Itís astonishing that much of what is written in opposition to the Phonics Screening Check is inaccurate.
The ability to decode individual words, using synthetic phonics is not synonymous with reading, and the claim for a causal relationship between improved decoding and raised standards of reading is not born out by the evidence.
by Paul Gardner - 23/08/2017 - 10 comments
We donít seem to have noticed that when it comes to the state of the nation, the Blues (and Victoria) are all over us.
by Graham Young - 21/07/2017 - 7 comments
Basic pupilling is beyond the reach of sham pedestrian testucating and testifying. It doesn't just 'cover' the curriculum on-line. It enriches it from the inside.
by Phil Cullen - 11/07/2017 - 5 comments
It makes good business sense to re-evaluate investments in research commercialisation and channel more efforts into developing innovation leadership instead.
by Alan Yap - 21/06/2017 - 3 comments


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