Learning & Teaching
Discover education research and innovation from birth, through the early years, school, university and beyond.
Do on-screen teachers help or hinder real-life recruitment?
The ‘Be That Teacher’ campaign aims to help Australia’s teacher shortages, but could film and TV stereotypes help, asks a University of Melbourne expert.
Turnbull's chance to break the cycle
Malcolm Turnbull has an opportunity to renew enthusiasm in democracy. And he's got his work cut out for him.
The Australian Universities Accord cannot ignore climate change
COP28 is a reminder that higher education needs a mandate to combat the climate crisis and support the planet, say University of Melbourne experts
Communication and education to mobilise global climate action
Evidence-informed strategies for promoting global climate literacy and action are essential to address the climate crisis says University of Melbourne expert
Helping more students ‘see themselves’ in the classroom
Increasing the diversity of Australia’s teaching workforce hasn’t been a policy priority. University of Melbourne experts say it’s time for a rethink
Learning by knowing, by doing, by being
A University of Melbourne expert says education cannot only focus on knowing and doing – it must explicitly embrace being to teach the 'whole child'.
School refusal needs a national response
The recent Senate Inquiry rightly recommends a coordinated national approach to this growing national problem, say University of Melbourne experts
Talking to young people about the Voice
Explaining the Voice referendum to young people is made easier by their good knowledge of the world around them, says a University of Melbourne expert
The World Cup is a once-in-a-generation chance to inspire Australia’s kids
The Matildas playing in the Women’s World Cup is a unique opportunity to get children – particularly girls – into sport, says a University of Melbourne expert.