Bush kinder turns nature novices into eco-experts
Immersing young children in nature gives them awareness of their world and skills they will carry through life, says a University of Melbourne expert
Recognising new education pathways for Indigenous Australians
Universities need to recognise and support the diverse ways that Indigenous people develop, produce and translate knowledge, says University of Melbourne expert
Podcast innovation in medical education
Podcasts are redefining how we teach medical practitioners, as well as giving reliable health information to the community say University of Melbourne experts.
The importance of allies on IDAHOBIT Day
While increased visibility of the LGBTQIA+ SB community aims to promote acceptance, it can inadvertently increase stigma, says University of Melbourne expert.
Patching the right holes to retain Australian teachers
By looking at who stays and who leaves, we can help armour our education system to manage Australia’s teacher shortage says University of Melbourne expert.
Supporting our schools to develop Asia capable kids
A University of Melbourne experts says Asia capable initiatives that only target adults and young adults leaves it far too late – it has to start in our schools
It’s time to build South Asia literacy in Australia
A University of Melbourne expert says Universities are key to boosting a generation of Indian literate Australian graduates as our centre of gravity moves East.
AI means a rethink of teaching foreign languages
Machines are now better than most human foreign language students, so teaching languages should focus on global competence says University of Melbourne expert.
Flying the flag for change?
Australian symbols have meaning for us – highlighting past and present colonialism, racism and a different future, say University of Melbourne experts.