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    Education Today
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    Be kind
    Be kind
    Teacher-student relationships core to student attitudes to school Kind, helpful and funny teachers encourage a lasting positive attitude in children towards school.
    Chilled and considerate
    Chilled and considerate
    Tips for how teachers can talk to children about COVID-19 The virus has yet to fully go away.
    Danielle Einstein
    Annual LEA Awards highlight excellence and showcase innovation
    Annual LEA Awards highlight excellence and showcase innovation
    2020 Awards highlight excellence and innovation in learning environments Normally presented at the annual Learning Environments Australasia Conference, the 2020 Awards Ceremony was delivered via an engaging video production that highlighted a record 122 entries from Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. Despite the disappointment of having to cancel the annual conference, the Awards were a welcome reminder of everything Learning Environments Australasia celebrates in terms of excellence in contemporary learning spaces.
    Online writing festival
    Online writing festival
    Online writing festival for primary school kids Online festival gives students the opportunity to team up with some of Australia's best authors.
    NESA accredited
    NESA accredited
    Instructure Canvas has NESA accredited PD program Instructure, the company behind the Canvas LMS has become a New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA) accredited professional development provider. 
    Designed by educators and architects
    Designed by educators and architects
    Unboxy – cardboard architecture for the post-COVID classroom Unboxy is the embodiment of constructing ideas, spaces and objects. Hands-on activities give students choice through playful and sensory experiences.
    Virtual Wakakirri
    Virtual Wakakirri
    Wakakirri able to offer limited live events in Term 4 and Wakakirri online Schools in States and Territories around Australia other than Victoria will be able to participate in Wakakirri Online.
    Adam Loxley, Festival Director
    Remote learning
    Remote learning
    Remote learning benefitted wellbeing, student voice and gifted and talented students Remote teaching was a largely unexpected positive
    Lanella Sweet, Extension and Enrichment Teacher, Wesley College
    Increased scoial awarness
    Increased scoial awarness
    Children tell stories of social awareness Use of 'We' in compositions skyrockets and words that have appeared in submissions for the first time reveal a vocabulary driven by current affairs.

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    Hindsight
    Hindsight
    The Post Pandemic Professional Learning Community How the crisis may reshape how teachers work together.
    Thomas Jones Head of English Learning Area and Level 3 Classroom Teacher at Joseph Banks Secondary College in Banksia Grove, Perth
    Manage stress
    Manage stress
    How teachers can prevent post-pandemic burnout During a stressful time there are strategies to avoid burnout.
    Peta Sigley, Co-Founder and Chief Knowledge Officer at Springfox
    System improvement
    System improvement
    Hooker headed to Harvard Scholarship winner to study in Massachusetts.
    Kyosei
    Kyosei
    2020 Canon Oceania Grants Program open Each Grant winner will receive a total of $5,000 in cash and Canon products.
    IoT
    IoT
    Education gets connected: The power of IoT in schools We're just starting to touch on the power of IoT in schools.
    George Wilson, Director of Operations Paessler
    Tutor blitz
    Tutor blitz
    $1b tutoring blitz needed to help students catch up Children will have fallen behind in their work during lock down and a catch up needs to be effected by a battalion of 100,000 tutors.
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