Helping to develop empathy in digital classrooms
University of Melbourne research explores how schools can help their students to develop and grow empathy when being face-to-face in COVID-19 isn’t an option.
Our changing identities under COVID-19
The fallout from COVID-19 is a challenge to many people’s identity, but some of us have few resources to cope and need help warns University of Melbourne expert
Embracing a new normal in ourselves and communities
COVID-19 has changed our habits, explains a University of Melbourne expert. So what do we want to keep doing and stop doing, individually and as a community?
Managing your family’s cabin fever
Families self-isolating through COVID-19 can bring out the worst in each other; a University of Melbourne expert explains how to keep communication harmonious.
The psychology of isolation
The need to self-isolate needn’t be a burden; it can be an opportunity for self-reflection and renewal. Here a University of Melbourne expert provides some tips
How to keep your head during COVID-19
In a crisis the first impulse can be fear or panic, but COVID-19 demands clear thought. A University of Melbourne expert explains how to adapt your own thinking
Is your child lonely at school?
Loneliness can cause serious problems for primary and secondary school kids; some key steps can help your child connect, say University of Melbourne experts.
Adapting yourself to take action on the environment
Wanting to take action on climate change and the environment is the easy bit, doing it is harder. Here a University of Melbourne expert outlines an action model
Why is school connectedness so important?
University of Melbourne researchers have outlined the four key steps to school connectedness; an important factor in students' learning and development.
Keeping new teachers in the classroom
As new teachers leave the profession in droves, more must be done to give them the job security and resilience they - and their students - need.