Online, online, online… That’s been the mantra for all universities since on the onset of COVID-19.
The campus is changing. Funding and revenue streams are subject to new pressures. Student and faculty expectations are only increasing. Technologies are hurtling forward. The jobs market is shifting. As we speak, higher education is facing one of the greatest transformations in its long history.
Are you a teacher or educator who wants to bring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into your teaching, but you’re not sure what they are or what to do? You are not alone! Teachers and educators are increasingly being asked to bring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into their teaching, but it can be a confusing space.
Professor Susan Danby and Professor Simone White offer their expert insights into how education can be positively shaped for learners and teachers in a post-COVID world.
Hosted by award-winning journalist Madonna King, Podclass Season 2 sees our researchers joined by practitioners to offer more real-world tips and advice on topics important to anyone in the education profession.
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Leaders increasingly operate uncharted territory characterised by volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity – the VUCA world. Rapid decision making is expected in response to rapid change.
When the Global Business Challenge (GBC) started in 2014, we were excited to think where these ideas could end up and how the challenge could benefit communities globally.
If you’ve ever wondered why some young children find it difficult to manage their emotions and reactions, look no further than the brain – or if you’re at…