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            Education Today
            Education Today
            For Education Leaders
            Be well
            Be well
            Mindfulness practice for the whole family Smiling Mind, has announced the launch of its Family Program to foster positive mental health habits among Australian families.
            Hi AI
            Hi AI
            AI in education more hype than help? There was a lot of fuss over AI at the huge EdTech show in London but how much of it amounted gimmickry?
            Remote learning and engagement
            Remote learning and engagement
            Learning Remotely during Covid-19, a teacher's practical response Some educators, as a response to teaching remotely have turned to providing a multitude of worksheets as an assignment, along with a ten-minute chat on line at the beginning of the day.  Is this best practice? Do we walk into our classroom, give them a task, give a brief ten-minute overview and leave the room? We must create a learning climate which resembles, as closely as possible, our regular classrooms.
            Nicole Richards
            Data safety
            Data safety
            Today’s data-security lesson: educational institutions can’t rely on the cloud Top cloud providers do protect core infrastructure and services. But it is the customer’s responsibility to secure that data.
            Leo Lynch, Director, ANZ, StorageCraft
            Trust teachers
            Trust teachers
            What happens to our education system after all of this? What happens to our education system after COVID-19? Who knows. Teachers, for one, certainly don't. Perhaps, that's the problem with our system.
            James Prpic, Queanbeyan
            International schools virus response
            International schools virus response
            How international schools are responding to COVID Schools everywhere have faced the need for rapid change to remote learning during COVID-19. International schools in Asia have also had to deal with the added complication of operating in COVID hot zones.
            They went early
            They went early
            Macarthur school adapts quickly to home schooling during COVID-19 pandemic As early as January, the Headmaster of Macarthur Anglican School began planning for a potential lockdown period when COVID-19 began to surface. 
            Increased funding
            Increased funding
            St. George Foundation doubles amounts available Emergency payments of up to $5000 for approved charities who are experiencing immediate funding pressure as a result of COVID-19 can also be accessed now by applying through the St.George Foundation website.
            Resilience in tough times
            Resilience in tough times
            Practical and personal guidance in a time of COVID Times are tough and that means everyone has to adapt, get out of their routines and muster up some resilience. How that is done is another challenge, but there is help and strategies to be found.

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            Adventures from home
            Adventures from home
            Earth School keeps locked down students connected to nature Earth School provides free, high-quality educational content to students, parents and teachers around the world who are currently cooped up.
            Bingeable
            Bingeable
            Global film festival starts May 29 on Youtube Here is some great binge watching to be had; Robert De Niro’s Tribeca Enterprises and YouTube will run We Are One: A Global Film Festival, a 10-day digital film festival exclusively on YouTube.
            More than LMS
            More than LMS
            Effective online teaching requires more than LMS When students are confined to home for what could become an extended period, finding ways to provide interactive contact with teachers will become paramount.
            Brendan Maree 8x8 VP of Asia Pacific
            All in on data
            All in on data
            Rich data makes for better maths Data is one of edtech’s strong suits. After all, micro testing and the ability to personalise learning in real time are developments that aren’t really practicable with traditional teaching methods.
            A visionary teacher
            A visionary teacher
            Scott Sleap’s STEAM hotbed There is a troubling contradiction in NSW’s Hunter region; youth unemployment sits at about 30 per cent while jobs at advanced engineering companies go unfilled.
            Tuition free online uni
            Tuition free online uni
            Online Uni booms Tuition free, access for all University of the People has seen huge growth as online learning becomes the preferred mode during the outbreak.
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